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Referring to a strange thing; bizarre is used by pathologists for highly abnormal cells or patterns

bizarre

adjective Referring to a strange thing; bizarre is used by pathologists for highly abnormal cells or patterns
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Bizarrely, India is now becoming the call centre capital of the world, and British firms are relying on their serviuces increasingly.
Conference functions centre around the first floor Grosser Saal, the big hall, which is rather bizarrely interposed between the entrance plane and the theatre.
EMMANUEL ADEBAYOR last night bizarrely compared AC Milan to pop star Beyonce after admitting he nearly quit Arsenal for the San Siro last summer.
Dirk then stumbles upon an old friend behaving bizarrely, and is drawn into a four-billion-year-old mystery that must be solved if the human race is to avoid immediate extinction.
Republican and Democrat are separated into bizarrely shaped ``districts'' so overpopulated with one party that our two-party system is effectively quashed.
Halle Berry is a fan of the bizarrely coloured bevvy and Tom Cruise, Gwen Stefani and the Girls Aloud lasses have all been spotted supping it lately.
Bizarrely, prices for the S models range from pounds 9, 005 to pounds 11, 130.
But it was the extras we felt sorry for bizarrely they had to dive in, wearing nothing but their pyjamas.
But bizarrely the banned substance - a fastacting tranquilliser known as ACP - did not act in the manner expected as the horse in fact ran out an impressive winner of the Schering-Plough Animal Health Novices' Chase at Wetherby on May 23.
The ironic spirit and dry wit of Erasmus is clearly alive in his works, which are sometimes bizarrely bright, making the irony all the more incisive, like a surgical slit into everyday life.
Also featured are Johnny Thunders' You Can't Put Your Arms Around A Memory, Big Brother and The Holding Company's Combination of The Two and, bizarrely, The Who's Bell Boy.
The Esplanade was one of the best hotels in Berlin before the War; it was bizarrely preserved in the death zone east of the Wall).