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(1) Years later, by a strange quirk of fate , she found herself sitting next to him on a plane.
(2) He had a strange quirk of addressing his wife as Mrs Smith.
(3) By a tantalising quirk of fate, the pair have been drawn to meet in the first round of the championship.
(4) By a quirk of fate they had booked into the same hotel.
(5) There is a quirk in the rules that allows you to invest money without paying tax.
(6) By a strange quirk of fate, she later married the first boyfriend she'd ever had.
(7) By a strange quirk of fate they had booked into the same hotel.
(8) When it debuted it was billed as quirky fun[sentencedict.com], but it turned out to be a lot more quirk than fun.
(9) Yet international law, not some quirk of humanity, requires that under certain circumstances it must be done.
(10) What strange quirk of the heart made me feel so much a part of the life of this place?
(11) Some bizarre quirk led Newman to take a route back to London past the bell tower where Sandy had died.
(12) Through a quirk of nature, I, a reptile, had suddenly been rendered a biped.
(13) The Steelworkers, by a quirk of history, had it the other way around.
(14) This quirk was to come under scrutiny in the Liverpool post-mortems a few months later.
(15) The Academy has this quirk about a plebe having to pass orals before proceeding.
(16) Lighter in the mornings, and the quirk of the terrain amplifies Vassiliki winds in the late afternoon!
(17) It's a quirk of the language that pronunciation has changed, but not spelling.
(18) Sales manager Chris Collins said Quirk could not come to the phone because he was too busy plowing. Sentencedict.com
(19) By a quirk of nature, half the frogs in the pond had more than four legs.
(20) By a strange quirk of fate, Best ultimately joined Hibernian, the team Marinello graced as a teenager.
(21) What quirk of the feminine psyche had been responsible for that decision?
(22) However, one writing quirk guaranteed that their newsletters, brochures, and announcements would end up in the trash.
(23) 1%: Call it a statistical quirk or an odd bit of political-economic synchronicity.
(24) It also reflects a little - known quirk of Ms Schapiro 's past: she studied social anthropology an undergraduate.
(25) By a quirk of fate they have booked into the same hotel.
(26) It can be regarded as merely a mathematical quirk of the theory of weak interactions.
(27) In the moulding of my clay did you take pleasure, or chuckle with divine delight at every quirk of personality?
(28) A good thing they'd be in Winchester tonight ... Wry humour put a slight quirk in his mouth.
(29) Perfumes and colognes had never taken on her, an odd quirk in her chemical makeup.
(30) A white cat, like an albino human or white whale, has a biochemical quirk.