UNIQUE


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UNIQUEUnified Quality Environment
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This school is unique, too, in the fact that it charges no fees, pays every student five dollars a week, and then provides her with a job when she graduates.
A work of art is the unique result of a unique temperament.
General cargo ports belong to the aristocracy of the earth's trading places, and in that aristocracy London, as it is its way, has a unique physiognomy.
On the very ladder he lingered, and in that unique, guiltily conscientious man- ner of sticking to the point:
England is something unique, as I have heard and read; my idea of it is vague, and I want to go there to render my idea clear, definite.
The loins of the warrior were girt about with heavy folds of a dark-coloured tappa, hanging before and behind in clusters of braided tassels, while anklets and bracelets of curling human hair completed his unique costume.
In draughts, on the contrary, where the moves are unique and have but little variation, the probabilities of inadvertence are diminished, and the mere attention being left comparatively unemployed, what advantages are obtained by either party are obtained by superior acumen.
It now occurred to me that the bandage, or surcingle, which enveloped me, was unique.
Everything in this magical country seems to border on the marvellous,” said Elizabeth; “and, among all the changes, this is certainly not the least wonderful, The actors are as unique as the scenery.
A very 'andsome mug quite unique, I should imagine.
Those tokens which he had hitherto considered as proofs of a frightful peculiarity in her physical and moral system were now either forgotten, or, by the subtle sophistry of passion transmitted into a golden crown of enchantment, rendering Beatrice the more admirable by so much as she was the more unique.
The fear that he might have departed suddenly for England - (or for Spain) - caused me a sort of ridiculous depression as though I had missed a unique opportunity.