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eclectic

(in art, philosophy, etc.) selecting what seems best from various styles, doctrines, ideas, methods, etc.
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An Eclectic Collection is a most appropriate title for this collection of short stories, as they are all quite different and unique.
Corporate Finance Partner Murdoch Currie commented: We were pleased to work with Eclectic on another deal, particularly one so exciting for the group as it marks a new stage of development for its portfolio.
Eclectic Bar said that Brighton Pier, which is on the on the South East coast of the UK, is profitable and cash-generative.
Bull Bay February Eclectic Medal: 1 K Thomas 85-15-70, 2 A Stewart 87-17-70, 3 A Jones 79-9-70.
Naturally eclectic people have the knack of cherrypicking objects that are very different, yet harmonise rather than fighting each other.
The Eclectic Paranormal Reader" by award-winning author Toni V.
The Art of Living exhibition at the Forum de Beyrouth this weekend, therefore, presented a visual feast for the eclectic furnisher.
And quizzed about her fashion sense, Sarah said: "I think it's very eclectic.
Tracey Ward was the Scratch champion, also winning the Summer & Winter Eclectic Division I; the Birdie Tree and having a hole-in-one at the 18th.
ROYAL Golf Club lady member Karen Black was named Champion of the Ladies Eclectic League after the three month long competition came to an end.
The Eclectic Theatre group, from the German city, which is twinned with Coventry, will be at the Criterion Theatre, in Earlsdon, on April 14.
Eclectic Harmony Late afternoon, city streets, traffic rumbling, noise amid Many faces and feet of city centre activity.