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The peculiarities of literary women will also disappear as their numbers increase.

The peculiarities to be noted are the curvature, indistinctness, and false colouring of the image.

He knew all about the South, its institutions, its traditions and its peculiarities.

Marse Henry (Vol. 2)Henry Watterson

The guttural and palatine sounds of the ch, and some other German peculiarities, cannot be acquired without constant practice.

The world was reduced to calumny, or, which it thought funnier, to laughing at his peculiarities; he went by the name of Combabus.

Cousin BettyHonore de Balzac

Because the turn of his mind, and unacquaintance with the peculiarities of our dispositions, unfit him for it.

Is your explanation connected with any peculiarities in the thumb-print on the paper that was found in the safe?

The Red Thumb MarkR. Austin Freeman

Both were about the same height and both strongly marked with the peculiarities of kindred blood.

The IncendiaryW. A. (William Augustine) Leahy

We must conclude then that this hypothesis in no way accounts for the peculiarities of the Catalogue.

The Heroic AgeH. Munro Chadwick

The river develops into a much wider channel, and its peculiarities become more marked and impressive.

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