16 Yes, I know as a detective you are not at liberty to make promises off-hand, but my case is a very peculiar one.
17 The only reason to note this is to emphasize that Indians were a special case created by the peculiar history of the United States.
18 What I find peculiar is the notion “fundamentalists” need or deserve to be criticized.
19 The well-known face was there: stern, relentless as ever - there was that peculiar eye which nothing could melt.
20 "I think that to transfuse emotion," he writes, "to set up in the reader's sense a vibration corresponding to what was felt by the writer's is the peculiar function of poetry."
21 A peculiar attribute of this sect is the character of many of its members: bankers, civil service officials, navy officers, army officers and others of the finest professions.
22 The well-known face was there: stern, relentless as ever -- there was that peculiar eye which nothing could melt, and the somewhat raised, imperious, despotic eyebrow.
23 It consisted in a peculiar bird-like turn, a sort of liquid warble, produced by touching the tongue to the roof of the mouth at short intervals in the midst of the music -- the reader probably remembers how to do it, if he has ever been a boy.
24 The peculiarly disinterested institution of science develops only in special circumstances and remains constantly vulnerable.
25 And yet woman is coerced through submission to the Symbolic order to abandon feminine desire and a peculiarly feminine relation to origins.
26 Hunting foxes is a peculiarly English sport.
27 This land, you will observe, is peculiarly good, having some few acres of what we call prairie, or natural meadow.
28 The area has a few local peculiarities.
29 This technique is applicable to a wide variety of crops, but some modifications may be necessary to accommodate the peculiarities of each type.
30 One of the peculiarities of his behaviour is that he shouts instead of talking.