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  • Oddest Book Title prize goes to treatise on fromag ...

    VALA2010

  • Oddest of all, Yahoo! users showed a "strong preference" for Sprint and AT&T over Verizon or T-Mobile.

    Your Search Engine Says A Lot About You

  • Oddest of all, few commentators have pointed out the obvious fact that sits before us like an oil-besmirched elephant in the living room: BP is a huge British company, headquartered in London; it's the third largest global energy company in the world.

    David Morse: BP Profits From Gulf Spill

  • Oddest of all is Mr. Brandon's failure to demand that students take responsibility for their conduct.

    What, Me Study?

  • Publish or Perish The Bookseller, a British trade magazine, gives out an annual Diagram Prize for the "Oddest Title of the Year," reports Agence France-Presse.

    From the WSJ Opinion Archives

  • Oddest political development: Ron Paul, obviously.

    John Terry’s sacking as England captain tells us something interesting...

  • Oddest thing; Looking out the window a moment ago Jenny pointed out a giant mountain coming up out of the clouds.

    thewhat Diary Entry

  • Funny, the things you come across when digging up bits of the past. * shrug* Oddest of things, old memories, moments that were ... intense enough to leave scars, mentally speaking.

    jaxraven Diary Entry

  • "Get Detective Curtci number seven in the _Oddest Cases _series."

    Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine

  • Oddest of all was the simple fact of its continued existence: no one had set it on fire to collect the insurance or just to see it bum.

    The Waste Lands

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  • Strangely enough, despite the snippet 'World's Oddest, Scariest, Grasshopperiest Clock Jan', Grasshopperiest has no examples on its own page.

    November 19, 2009