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a behavioral attribute that is distinctive and peculiar to an individual
  • He was, I think, deliberately playing up the idiosyncrasies of his personality.
    Chapter 2 (23% in)
  • Yet in the end, when all of those separate and idiosyncratic chains were completed, half of those letters ended up in the hands of Jacobs, Jones, and Brown.
    Chapter 2 (11% in)
  • How is it that all the weird, idiosyncratic things that really cool kids do end up in the mainstream?
    Chapter 6 (29% in)
  • I have spent a lot of time, in this book, talking about the idiosyncrasies of the way we relate to new information and to each other.
    Conclusion (60% in)

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