idiosyncratically love



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  • adv. In an idiosyncratic manner.


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  • Beijing would be forced to consider whether it makes sense to allow the politically powerful military to control some 80% of China's airspace, leaving only narrow, idiosyncratically shaped corridors for commercial use and thereby requiring planes to follow circuitous, excess-fuel-burning routes to their destinations.

    All the Hot Air in China

  • Secondly, rating agencies assumed that any losses on housing prices would occur idiosyncratically.

    Flexibility, Please : Law is Cool

  • Instead I stumbled across a treat, with Kerry O'Keeffe and Terry Alderman idiosyncratically but judiciously analysing Australia's fall from grace and applauding the tourists' mettle and verve.

    Aussie cricket commentators have been a breath of fresh air on air | Rob Bagchi

  • It's very important to me that I write idiosyncratically for the instruments that I'm writing for, because essentially there's a lot of work in the violin repertoire or the piano repertoire that I feel as if I'm not interested in learning, simply because there are some technical aspects of it that just make it difficult to play.

    Daniel J. Kushner: Ecstatic Music Festival Interview #4: Owen Pallett

  • English employs reflexive derivation idiosyncratically, as in "self-destruct"; Romance languages do the same with the Greek-derived prefix auto -.

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  • In the East, the West, and the South the two are neck-in-neck, but Pawlenty hails from an idiosyncratically wine-averse region — a region largely inhabited by people who can trace their ancestry back to the Central European “beer belt”.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Wine Track

  • According to the "Postcards from America" Tumblr, these items "combine to represent the idiosyncratically American character that defines this project."

    Elana Estrin: Book Chronicles "Postcards From America" Road Trip With Magnum Photographers

  •  Aside from routine repairs and revisions of signs that were routinely alliterative and idiosyncratically spelled and punctuated, it looked as if O'Mare worked very hard for about three months and tinkered for nine.

    The Secret Animal

  • And the idiosyncratically maned Donald Trump made headlines by allowing Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi to pitch a tent on his Bedford, New York estate.

    Arianna Huffington: Sunday Roundup

  • But far more prominent are the sequences showcasing a Sophie who's self-important, and not intriguingly or idiosyncratically self-important.

    American Century's 'Treadwell: Bright and Dark': Dreadfully trite and dull


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