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particularity

per tik yuh la ruh tee

  • n  the quality of being particular and pertaining to a specific case or instance
    the particularity of human situations

  • In concentrating on the scope of their suffering, the film has lost a certain particularity among the victims.
  • But the real problem is that the central character, who is a writer and who presumably stands in for the author, is almost devoid of particularity: his only trait is drunkenness.
  • Now why does this particularity exist in the human race?" She didn't say why.
Quotes

  • Antony Gormley in AFP
    Gormley said that putting people on a plinth made the human body a "metaphor, a symbol and allows us to reflect on the diversity, vulnerability and particularity of the individual in the contemporary society".
  • Jamie Gorelick in CBS News
    What's worked for us all along is looking at what the facts are and not trying to put any spin,said Democratic commissioner Jamie Gorelick, a former deputy attorney general. "We will lay out the facts with as much particularity as we can."
  • Alberto Lleras Camargo in FXstreet.com The Foreign Exchange Market
    There is that particularity that we close earlier, and when there is a big move in world markets in the afternoon, we react to it the next day,said Juan Alberto Camargo, a market analyst with the local unit of Santander Investment....

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