Anomaly

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Anomaly

An unusual or unrepeatable event. For example, a stock index inexplicably rising 20% in a week during a bear market may constitute an anomaly.
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A decision to take Amelia off a type of medication proved critical and, over the next few weeks, she began to progress and show signs of recovery.
Flight instructor Neil Wild, 65, owner of Flightpath UK who arranged the flying lesson said Amelia was a "natural", but joked "she may have to let her legs grow a bit longer before she gets her licence.
Flight instructor Neil Wild, 65 - owner of Flightpath UK, who arranged the lesson - said Amelia was a "natural".
My other three were taken away from me and I did not see them for another three weeks after Amelia had died.
My friends at dancing looked after me and whenever I got upset they were there to calm me down and make sure I was OK," said Amelia.
Amelia had suffered nerve damage during the surgery and was left paralysed, unable to talk and with limited sight.
In the States, Amelia had tried to join the American Red Cross in some formal capacity, but she failed to do so.
6) Johnston redirects attention to the "almost famous," including Amelia.
For more information on the Omni Amelia Island Plantation Resort, call 1-800-The-Omni or visit www.
Hannah, who works at an after-school club, added: "The charity asks for at least seven inches of hair but Amelia had around nine inches cut off, which means her hair is now around shoulderlength.
Nominations for the awards closed at the weekend and Amelia will hear in the next few weeks whether she has made it through.
Amelia Island Convention & Visitors Bureau, a US-based citizen association located in Amelia Island in Northeast Florida, has announced a partnership with Harris Teeter to offer exclusive savings for VIC (Very Important Customer) cardholders.