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This gives planners the information they need to make informed decisions about curbside policy tailored to their city’s peculiarities.
She was the exception to rules she didn’t really notice — until one day, while she was still an assistant, someone at a meeting made her individuality into a peculiarity.
It might take you a little while to master the peculiarities of baking bread in winter.
Paying attention to the brain’s peculiarities can, in other words, be insightful, not counter-productive.
A far more troubling circumstantial peculiarity is the notion that mold and other pollutants—often found in old buildings—can mess with people’s minds.
WHY DO WE SEE GHOSTS?JAKE BITTLEOCTOBER 6, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
Not a few of these are extremely beautiful, and are well worth growing on this account, quite apart from their peculiarity.
HOW TO KNOW THE FERNSS. LEONARD BASTIN
I've spoke to my missus about it and she has noticed the same thing since she was a girl—so it must be a peculiarity.
If you memorise the Correlation, you will recall the Name whenever you think of this Peculiarity (whatever struck you about him).
ASSIMILATIVE MEMORYMARCUS DWIGHT LARROWE (AKA PROF. A. LOISETTE)
The peculiarity about a homestead is, it is protected by law from seizure by the owner's creditors.
The peculiarity of these bodies is that they appear in most cases to be more or less completely vaporous.
OUTLINES OF THE EARTH'S HISTORYNATHANIEL SOUTHGATE SHALER

WORDS RELATED TO PECULIARITY

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