peculiar part

peculiar part

[pə′kyül·yər ′pärt]
(ordnance)
A part of ordnance for which the design is controlled by a single manufacturer, and the use is restricted to items produced by a single manufacturer.
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If that was a novel way for a youngster to learn his trade it wasn't the only peculiar part of Ford's career.
Here's the peculiar part: As an incumbent President, Duterte could not be charged in a criminal case.
The more peculiar part of my app-hopping was that despite these enhanced feelings of depression and loneliness, I'd continue using the apps, day after day, compulsively.
The only slightly peculiar part of Vianne's life is her latest addition: Rosette, a little girl with learning difficulties, who seems to be able to make strange things happen.
And the most peculiar part of his psychological problem is he immediately begins to feel better once the bell goes for the start of the first round - no matter who he's up against.
The settlements were already in a peculiar part of the North-East, where one minute you can be in Northumberland and the next in County Durham.
* You Are Weird: Your Body's Peculiar Parts and Funny Functions
"Terry inspires young people to engage with history in a fun and exciting way and this interactive show promises fun, frightening festivities and a whole load of surprises!" This event is part of Seven Stories' Freaky Festivities season, celebrating the weird and peculiar parts of our favourite time of year.
You Are Weird: Your Body's Peculiar Parts and Funny Functions is a wonderful text loaded with fascinating information and full of freaky facts to keep any reader engaged.
Occasionally, the reader also wonders why certain facts have been placed in rather peculiar parts of the book.