idiosyncrasies

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His knowledge of Giorgio's idiosyncrasies had not played him false.

The correlations between his idiosyncrasies and his precepts are undeniable.

But alas, it was only their idiosyncrasies which used to make any impression upon us.

Their great scholars see their idiosyncrasies, and I can not begin to describe them.

And being human, the law has its idiosyncrasies, just as a man has his.

There are idiosyncrasies in Yankeedom, there is no doubt of it.

You see she was a perfect mine of singularities and idiosyncrasies.

Besides, she liked Aunt Rachel and pitied her idiosyncrasies.

The idiosyncrasies of the publishing trade were beyond her comprehension.

All its idiosyncrasies are reflected in the person of His Royal Highness.