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She relates events as they happen to her but only inconsistently anchors them in the details, dialogue or personal emotions that would give Pheby’s character texture and singularity.
For one thing, creases in the brain and cusps in apples are singularities — just like breaking waves.
We are left with a cosmos that has no beginning, no end, no singularity at the Big Bang, and no multiverse.
She was struck with his singularity, and impressed with an instinctive consciousness of his peculiar genius.
With his evasive singularity was mingled a certain exotic odour like the distant perfume of a country well loved of the sun.
Sebastian Joseph de Pontchasteau, a French author, died; remarkable for the singularity of his acts of devotion and charity.
Dr. Bates's singularity in not rising up nor drinking the King's nor other healths at the table was very much observed.
They erred from feeling, an error so very rare with them, that it might be pardoned even for its singularity.
We observed a singularity in these animals, which causes the females to be often taken for the males.
BUFFON'S NATURAL HISTORY. VOLUME IX (OF 10)GEORGES LOUIS LECLERC DE BUFFON
She scarcely knew whether most to be amused at the singularity of the meeting, or to be concerned at its awkwardness.

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