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anomalous

[ə′näm·ə·ləs]
(science and technology)
Deviating from the normal; irregular.
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While the sea-surface temperature in the upper half of the Mozambican Channel and the adjacent Indian Ocean (close to the continent) has been anomalously high since about the end of January, the ocean roughly 1000 km south of Madagascar has been markedly cooler than normal.
The book then turns to the Ansei Edo earthquake, which stood out anomalously from the prevailing paradigms.
All the proper nouns found in the data have been excluded from the inflectional analysis so as not to distort the results, as they often inflect anomalously due to their foreign origin.
The COA can audit the DAP anytime if it thinks the fund was released or spent anomalously, he said.
The ITA has been reported to arise anomalously from the TCT as well as from each of its branches (2-4).
In that period the total return from commercial real estate values has failed to keep pace with either of those two asset classes, leaving rental yields looking anomalously high and appealing to those seeking income.
In "scimitar" syndrome, anomalously returning pulmonary veins, the place where the pulmonary veins are drained and the relation of the pulmonary veins with ASD are significant in terms of surgery.
The tropical Atlantic has anomalously warmed over the past several months, and it appears that the chances of an El Nino event this summer and fall are unlikely," Klotzbach said.
Anomalously, because of its reputation for not having a drug abuse problem, South Korea is favored as a transshipment location for drug traffickers.
Rather, they may be those aesthetic experiences that anchor themselves in our memory precisely because they anomalously fail to serve those ideas, and because they do so in a way that brings to mind the good old-fashioned tradition of antagonism.
The Iranian shortfall combined with firmer demand in the US courtesy of the advent of the driving season and the anomalously high temperatures helped generate the price momentum for crude.