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… work the album includes a curious musing on death (Le Petit Chat est mort) and a song for Renaud’s daughter Lolita Séchan (Lolito Lolita) that includes Corsican polyphonics.

… project a short distance out of town. A curious rock formation in the mountain, Die Oog (The Eye), has been adopted as the town’s unofficial emblem.

… daughter by her side, Young-sun does everything in her power to marry Ja-kyung to Wang-mo, and eventually succeeds. The two women form a curious double relationship, as at once mother/daughter and mother-in-law/daughter-in-law.

Yohannan Hormizd was unhappy with the thought of the unbroken succession of the Eliya line ending with his death, and made a curious bargain with the Nestorian church in an attempt to continue the succession. He ordained his nephew Mansur…

… flowering meadows of England, two very different worlds unite for the first time and Tink develops a special bond with a curious child in need of a friend. As her fellow fairies (Raven-Symoné, Lucy Liu, Kristin Chenoweth, Angela Bartys, Pamela…

Xenarthrans are a curious group of mammals that developed morphological adaptations for specialized diets very early in their history. In addition to those extant today (armadillos, anteaters and tree sloths), a great diversity of larger…

Writing in Drèents is and always will be a curious affair. And I like it that way. I like the offbeat. It’s what gives life an interesting twist.

… freezing. Winter brings most of Worcester’s 175 mm of annual rainfall. The town lies in a curious rain-shadow phenomenon caused by the surrounding high mountains.

Within the vagina (the female organ which receives the copulatory organ during copulation) there is a curious series of flattened folds, the central part has a pointed end which is situated close to the genital pore, and this pointed end…

Within the dharmashastric tradition espousing sati as a justified, and even recommended, option to ascetic widowhood, there remained a curious conception worth noting the achieved status for a woman committing sati. Burning herself on the…

Within the church there is (as of 2009) a curious antiquity. This is a 7 ft long whalebone, although tradition avers that it is actually part of the skeleton of a Dun Cow. This was a fabled beast from English folklore, and according to…

Plate subduction zone. The geologic composition is a curious mélange of basaltic and oceanic sedimentary rock. The western half of the range is dominated by the peak of Mount Olympus, which rises to 7965 ft. Mount Olympus receives a large…

… unrestricted credit given by Anton Wicremasinghe to anyone. Some 100 films were waiting for release as cinemas, in a curious contradiction, was forced to show each and every film so made.

… cover pays tribute to The Orange Book, although Öpik has often been considered a member of the ‘social liberal’, left wing of the party. His book All at Sea, a tale about a curious cruise, was published in 2015.

… reunion during another family’s Thanksgiving celebration. Wilde can be seen in 2012’s The Words as a curious amateur reporter named Daniella who interviews the film’s main character, played by Dennis Quaid.

While walking alone late one night, Eric is approached by a curious stranger named Gavin (Dustin Guy Defa). After forcing Eric to admit that he really wants to die, Gavin, revealed to be a vampire, bites Eric in the neck. The next day,…

… romances of the beginning of the 13th century; some of them are transcribed in the old collections of French songs, and the preacher Robert de Sorbon informs us in a curious passage that one day a jongleur sang a poem by Folquet of Marseilles at…

… please both camps, a curious, local music audience and an international music business crowd, is occasionally a source of friction.

Florida, at the intersection to streets named Jefferson, Adams, and Hamilton. The Doctor and his companions leave in the TARDIS, followed closely by a curious Delaware.

While popular psychology can be a dangerous trap when applied to historical figures, Gage seems to conform to a kind of type which is not unknown in the pages of history: the austere fanatic who ends up completely kicking over the traces. In the Americas he surely met with instances of how the Christianity preached by the missionaries often quickly became an ingredient in a curious syncretistical mix. Without doubt he encountered cases of the sort of laxity which the Dominican and other orders were trying to remedy in other parts of the world. Clerical scandals are not new, either. At the same time Gage dedicates his energies…

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