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  • adv. In a bizarre manner


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  • Prusik-Parkin bizarrely turned a jailhouse interview with The Post yesterday into an opportunity to ramble about the fictional killer's psyche.

    Lance Mannion:

  • Ramdam is - rather bizarrely - based on the Arabic word for the cacophony of sound which follows the period of fasting during the Islamic festival of Ramadam.

    Home | Mail Online

  • The EU has now felt itself moved to demand that Mandelson release details of his diary (which, bizarrely, is considered not to be a document for the purposes of rules concerning disclosure of documents but a 'management tool', and thus exempt.

    Archive 2008-10-26

  • This is actually not the meta-blogging post, bizarrely, which is saved as a draft and will probably stay that way.

    Glorious Miscellanea

  • I say "bizarrely", because today's HoF entrant celebrates that which Gizmodo thought we were trying to kill, a genre we somehow made our own.

    YesButNoButYes: YBNBY Hall of Fame: Fart Lighting Videos

  • The war has been an exercise in futility and mind-boggling incompetence, and yet our involvement continues ā€” with no end in sight, no plans for withdrawal, no idea of where we might be headed ā€” as if the U.S. had fallen into some kind of bizarrely destructive trance from which it is unable to awaken.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • But Ask did excise the search for "*" -- yes, an asterisk -- that "bizarrely" made its raw top 10, a spokesman says.

    What Topics Filled

  • I haven't been so embarrassed since Alexis Carrington's trip to Australia on Dynasty back when I was a kid, where a hotel clerk came out with some kind of bizarrely garbled nonsense which made me feel shame that that was obviously how americans Think We Talk.

    Writing: The Freelance #2 (actually)

  • Predictably there was quite a bit of drug material the title referred to a bizarrely named brand of grass Iā€™d once been offered:

    Last Words

  • (I say "bizarrely" because the play made its debut at Louisville's vaunted Humana Festival and has since been produced elsewhere to some acclaim, so you'd think we'd be dealing with a relatively polished product here.)

    SF Weekly | Complete Issue


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