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1 We've developed a reputation for being quite quirky and original.
2 I like his quirky sense of humour.
3 He was tall and had a quirky, off-beat sense of humour.
4 Stacy's rise to orchestra fame is a quirky one.
5 Brave personal sacrifices are juxtaposed with quirky moments.
6 If you like mighty, if quirky, war machines, then you can choose steam tanks and war wagons.
7 When it debuted it was billed as quirky fun, but it turned out to be a lot more quirk than fun.
8 It needs to avoid being fey or quirky as it brings the contemporary design world further into its heart.
9 Quirky buildings are often just that: oddballs, curios, rococo phantasmagoria that quickly pall.
10 The genuine effects are reproducible; the quirky - such as UFO sightings - are filed away but rarely prove significant for science.
11 Even the spikes on the quirky Spiked Dog Collar the firm makes are air valves cut from punctured tubes.
12 Inside are quirky old settees, painted chests and weathered wood hutches brimming with fragrant soaps and candles.
13 Not quirky little ritual habit-forming, like throwing a pinch of spilled salt over your shoulder, but slow suicide habit-forming.
14 And when she asked he merely gave his quirky smile.
15 Known for his quirky sayings,[www.Sentencedict.com] Kahn taught his pupils always to ask the building what it wanted to be.
16 Zoe is a quirky lady who says she's more at home wearing bovver boots than elegant stilettos.
17 It wasn't about creating quirky objects for kitsch fashion victim consumers, it was about improving the real world.
18 Styled is probably just too quirky for some potential users.
19 There is suffering and tragedy in this quirky love story as Toshi learns the truth of his parents' past.
20 Ramsey, who grew up in a quirky Pennsylvania family, went for a long bike ride in August 1968.
21 Through the 1930s such quirky turns were more and more discouraged in holiday venues.
22 Who could possibly resist her quirky sense of humour?
23 Quirky histories have had a long run.
24 Surely it was just a quirky reading from a misaligned instrument, right ?
25 The novel displayed Rolfe's fondness for neologism, verbal sumptuousness, and quirky spelling in its best light.
26 Leigh has an idiosyncratic style of filmmaking that produces quirky, layered films.
27 It also takes on a patina of contrivance, verbal and visual anachronisms(sentencedict.com), Mara Blumenfeld's quirky costumes aside.
28 Instead, the campaign focuses on passengers in a series of quirky, surreal dream sequences.
29 That said, Home Run was a strong competitor in the market, with a quirky eye.
30 Skip the art museum, and head to the halls filled with quirky and fun paraphernalia.