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This is distinctly unfair to these old churches which have personalities and idiosyncrasies as real as those of individuals.
CATHEDRALS AND CLOISTERS OF THE SOUTH OF FRANCE, VOLUME 1ELISE WHITLOCK ROSE
As to what these idiosyncrasies are, there is a considerable difference of opinion.
THE IMMIGRANT TIDE, ITS EBB AND FLOWEDWARD A. STEINER
Dramatic instinct endows us with broad conceptions of the idiosyncrasies, beliefs, and convictions of men.
SPECIAL METHOD IN THE READING OF COMPLETE ENGLISH CLASSICSCHARLES MCMURRY
Not infrequently these idiosyncrasies for food are found to follow ideas with regard to their digestibility.
PSYCHOTHERAPYJAMES J. WALSH
It was one of her idiosyncrasies to knit stockings "for the poor."
DOROTHY AND OTHER ITALIAN STORIESCONSTANCE FENIMORE WOOLSON
On the other hand, many have mistaken ideas as to their own idiosyncrasies.
HOW TO LIVEIRVING FISHER AND EUGENE FISK
If there was no happiness, there was at least no unhappiness, in sitting down for hours, and brooding over my own idiosyncrasies.
Many of the idiosyncrasies of the insane, indeed, are merely exaggerations of characteristics seen in normal people.
BEING WELL-BORNMICHAEL F. GUYER
Still, Wallie consoled himself, everyone had his idiosyncrasies, and if they had not had these they might have had worse ones.
THE DUDE WRANGLERCAROLINE LOCKHART
Idiosyncrasies may, however, be overcome, especially those of a mental character.