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  • n  a piece of cloth that is left over after the rest has been used or sold
  • n  something unusual -- perhaps worthy of collecting

  • In what may be the year's prize legal oddment, a canny convicted robber has just used Britain's stern libel laws to win a $45,000 judgment against no less a personage than the.
  • Yet with the passion of theater people for unearthing every oddment of stage history, an off-Broadway team has assembled Charlotte Sweet, an ingratiating pastiche that re-creates .
  • An oddment from Alexander Korda in the late '30s; the Raj and Great Game, with Sabu truckling to The Man and, as so often in films of the era, an astonishingly blithe and .
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  • Hail the quirky ‘Prince’
    An uneasy mix of Richard Linklater and Abbott and Costello, “Prince Avalanche” is an oddment, but one that brings some small, peculiar pleasures. Paul Rudd and Emile Hirsch play an uptight romantic and a loutish ladies’ man working as a two-man road crew in rural Texas in the 1980s. At...
    Aug. 9, 2013 - New York Post

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