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incongruous

[in′käŋ·grü·əs]
(geology)
Of a drag fold, having an axis and axial surface not parallel to the axis and axial surface of the main fold to which it is related.
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New Delhi [India], June 19 ( ANI ): The Janata Dal (United) on Monday took a potshot at the BJP-PDP Government in Kashmir and said the latter resembles an incongruous marriage which needs divorce.
The reasons given are set out below: "The proposed development would form a prominent and incongruous feature in close proximity to a public byway in an area which has an open and rural character.
A team of researchers from CHU Sainte Marguerite and Aix-Marseille Universite, Marseille, France, examined behavioral and electrophysiologic responses to speech by measuring the "N400 effect," an ERP (event-related brain potential) observed in patients with bipolar disorder and schizophrenia that typically is provoked via the subjects' response to unexpected or incongruous words at the end of a sentence.
The Echo's deputy head of sport Dave Prentice even wrote about how incongruous it seemed.
1011), he questions the use of words such as: incongruous, functionary, indigenous, detritus, and eclectic and finds them unnecessary.
He incorporates incongruous words and phases into the voice of the main character, Karim Issar, a Muslim computer specialist from Qatar who immigrates to New York to work in the New York office of "Schrub Equities.
Only a small step separates us from the creating of lists of the incongruous to the worst thing that can happen to them.
In fact, it is no more incongruous than the global economy itself.
Refusing narrative, the video contains a sequence of seemingly incongruous scenes--from a beaver wading in a bathtub to a gelding poised bedside at a motel.
Incongruous presences, harboring the forces of good and evil, haunt Halfmoon and its environs, imposing on the simple folk that live there psychological and ethical impasses that call out for nothing less than spiritual resolution.
To many the idea of reading the classics for pleasure and as leisure choice may seem incongruous, but CLASSICS FOR PLEASURE offers a rebuttal to this notion, arguing that classics are so because people have found they withstand the tests of time.
Who was consulted and what views were considered before the Freemen expelled the allotment holders, removed the historic hut and replaced the fencing with totally inappropriate and unsightly metal bars, incongruous with the rest of the wooden fencing around the moor?