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strange

Physics
a. denoting a particular flavour of quark
b. denoting or relating to a hypothetical form of matter composed of such quarks
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It might seem strange to say it of Eilidh in a 400m but she'll ask herself: 'Did I get that right?
however, there are reasons to take on both with Jim bolger''''s Trading Leather who is improving with every run, which seems strange to say about a horse who has already won a Classic.
T seems strange to say it but there are two North Easts in Ithis country.
Though it might seem strange to say that obesity is contagious, for example, it does seem that people's risk of it is affected by the weight of their neighbors, as well as by such environmental factors as whether most of the food for sale in their environs is junk food, as is often the case in America's most impoverished neighborhoods.
Morris added: "It seems strange to say that we are pleasedwithconditionsbutthe feedbackfromthejockeyshas beenpositive.
The training and preparation leading up to games has been spot-on, which is strange to say given the results, and maybe we've got to look at ourselves in the mirror sometimes and blame ourselves.
Some of the new rules are strange to say the least.
It seems strange to say about a horse who has won seven of his 14 races, but his best efforts have come in defeat.
Strange to say, he sustained no further injury than a few bruises on his feet.
What happened was a bit strange to say the least," said the Irishman, who got his marching orders in last September's Carling Cup defeat before taking another early bath in the Liberty league fixture two months later.
Your taste has become a little strange to say the least, and you must make sure that you are not doing the opposite, just to make a point.
It's going to be a little bit strange to say goodbye - I've enjoyed almost four years at Moors," Follett said.