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David Bradley, the eccentric minority owner and longtime chairman, has been searching for a new CEO for a year after promising to transition out of management duties.
Councilwoman Donna Frye – dismissed in one out-of-town newspaper headline as a “surfer-mayor wannabe” – stood out as an eccentric yet powerful advocate for challenging the status quo.
I find it’s much bolder and at times eccentric and interesting.
From this eccentric campsite, bike across the river to Wapsipinicon State Park, or rent a canoe or kayak from Lou Lou’s Landing, roughly 15 miles southeast, to float the Wapsipinicon River.
We found some headphones that work for minimalists and eccentrics alike—none of which skimp on the sound quality and comfort.
Each contains a single round or oval nucleus, often located eccentrically.
Mr. Shepperd is a man of middle age, and looks after his sheep fairly, but at times eccentrically.
Stem: Often set eccentrically into the cap; proportionately thick and short.
I should not be so eccentrically spontaneous with these people, if they did not feed my sense of humour by their amazement.
It was a Gospel so eccentrically related to the accepted scheme of things that only he himself could accept it in its entirety.

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