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use "atypical" in a sentence

Steven Soderbergh uses an atypical flashback sequence.

syntax Brokan is a somewhat atypical of Pidgin-Creole language in its word order and various other syntactic (and grammatical) properties.

Its naturalistic future setting, modeled after traditional
by dissolving and transmuting it, although there can be strong elements of supporting discharge.

The palate - attune to sound and The pleasure that surround you.

Breathe in again to your power and attune to the energy in front of you.

Will install itself if you have previously had attune by Aveo installed as they're by the same company.

A truly non-theistic religion which makes Buddhism unique amongst the great religions and perhaps difficult for the Western mind to attune to.

Start reading up on the concept of "intuitive eating," which encourages you to neutralize food and to learn how to attune to your body's natural cravings and feelings of hunger and fullness.

Theron, who founded her eponymous foundation to keep young people in Africa safe from AIDS, noted that it's these groups who are most attune to the obstacles and inequality and educational issues that young people there face.

"We're working in the outdoors, and trying to attune people in the province to the value of natural resources and how to value them more effectively," he said.

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