Oddity


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Oddity

In numismatics, anything unusual about a coin. An oddity may have occurred during the minting process or at some point after, and may affect the value of a coin.
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Children who apply the oddity principle are able to identify the one object in a group that differs from all of the other objects in the group in one characteristic.
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The two fragile yet radiant blonds were viewed as an oddity, something that hadn't quite happened before.
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He also does not establish a strong enough explanation of Christianity's role in popular politics to make his discussion of infidelism within Zetetic culture anything other than an oddity in a study of radicalism.
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The oddity of the video eventually became its unique selling point.
LAST but not least is this space oddity from the original Captain Kirk.