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eclectic

(in art, philosophy, etc.) selecting what seems best from various styles, doctrines, ideas, methods, etc.
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The Eclectic Hotel Group was acquired from founders Eamonn and Sally O'Loughlin, who will continue to own and manage Didsbury House Hotel and Eleven Didsbury Park, which were not part of the transaction.
ECLECTIC DECOR Perhaps one of the most challenging on-trend styles to pull-off, decorating your home eclectically can be a risky business and requires a keen eye for detail.
Jack of None also received multiple nominations in various categories, including Best Spoken Word Album of the Year, Best Spoken Word Song of the Year, Best Eclectic Song of the Year, Best Album Art, Photography and Design, and Best Lyric Video of the Year.
Division 2, eclectic: 1 B Porteous 51; 2= J Doyle, I Monro, J Moffat, both 52.
Alger's music is "shaped by the eclectic influences of European classical instrumentation and American folk lyricism, where storytelling and whimsy collide" said Gerleen Dineros.
For example, Cayleff claims that eclectic medicine "flourished into the twentieth century" until derailed by the Flexner Report (19).
By: Egypt Today staff CAIRO -- 23 August 2017: Modern jazz band, Eclectic Quartet, will perform at culture venue 3elbet Alwan on Wednesday.
A SUMMER festival will offer an "eclectic mix" of more than 400 events, including a performance by Chaka Khan, organisers have said.
Ingleby Care Home, Stockton, welcomed an eclectic mix of costumed characters, who entertained residents and staff.
"An Eclectic Collection--Short Stories is an anthology of four short stories:
Borrow Vintage + Eclectic Rentals & Sawhorse Woodworks announce The Heirloom Collection.
BLP has advised Eclectic Bar Group plc (Eclectic) on its acquisition of all the shares in The Brighton Marine Palace and Pier Company from the Noble Group.