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  • n. Plural form of uniqueness.


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  • I want to say thank you for this article which gives me another reminder to treasure my friends for their uniquenesses, honesty, and comfortableness with being genuine even in public.

    Open Letter to Ivor Tossell, Globe and Mail

  • He's very good at characterization, showing the different kinds of people on the street with their quirks and their uniquenesses which are more often than not sad and a bit heartbreaking.

    Miguel Street by V.S. Naipaul

  • HART: It has to be something that you feel comfortable in sharing that your uniquenesses may help distinguish you.

    CNN Transcript Apr 4, 2009

  • You should be able to list the uniquenesses of being in a start up and how this will help the employees in the future, regardless of where they are employed.

    Christine Hassler: Generation Y: Keeping Them Happy With Less Pay, More Perks

  • How come we expect our uniquenesses to be accepted and accommodated?

    If The Shoe Fits ...

  • Sometimes I think having a special needs child who will never be able to compete directly has totally changed my way of thinking about my children and helped me appreciate them individually for their own beautiful uniquenesses and not how they might outdo some other child their age.

    serenity praiser

  • Taking humanity as a multitude of unique individuals in mass, one may, for practical purposes, deal with it far more conveniently by disregarding its uniquenesses and its mixed cases altogether, and supposing it to be an assembly of poietic, kinetic, dull, and base people.

    A Modern Utopia

  • They're a societal convention with a lot of "very obvious" advantages and uniquenesses over other forms of play, that will nevertheless just die out.

    The Death of the Board Game, Part 2

  • The beauty of human creation is that with our differences, with our uniquenesses, we give this world a vibrancy and colorfulness that it would not otherwise have if we all looked like, or acted the same.


  • You may be different in many ways, but listen to them, don't offend them, understand some of their uniquenesses in that they don't talk a lot.

    Oral History Interview with Jerry Plemmons, November 10, 2000. Interview K-0506. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007)


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