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exotic

(ĕg-zŏt′ĭk) [Gr. exotikos]
Not native; originating in another part of the world.

exotic

not native, not indigenous.
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In his eyes, any society that stops gay men enjoying Kylie comforts, drinking exotically coloured cocktails and talking about boys must be regarded as repressive and its victims welcomed here.
There is an included visit to Granada and its wonderful Alhambra Palace which is exotically and richly decorated.
It will take 20 hours, burning at around 2200degreesC, to melt the raw material on which Teesside's industrial heritage was built, before the furnace is drained and the salamander - the name given to the exotically coloured moulton metal residue that gathers at the base of the furnace - is drained.
A normal league game in South Africa between say the exotically named Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates would cost a fan 20 rand to watch (less than two pounds) but Confederations Cup matches (even Iraq v New Zealand) commanded prices of 200 rand - way beyond the normal pocket.
In place of a president whose only qualification for the office was his father's name, we now have one whose intelligence and vision overcame the formidable obstacle of being the exotically named son of an African Muslim.
Wallasey Sunday League representatives Tower welcome the exotically named Fforde Grene Brazil.
NISSAN always seems to build a touch of adventure into its products, and this is certainly true of the exotically - named Qashqai.
The elegant and exotically fragrant pearly white flowers are held between the narrow foliage on 4ft stems in summer and last for weeks.
Exotically beautiful Zoe Saldana (who later starred with Bloom in this summer's ``Pirates'' blockbuster) dripped Kwiat diamonds to go with her mini-dress, while other ``Haven'' gals Agnes Bruckner and Sarah Carter also ramped up the fashion quotient in the mostly jeans-clad gathering.
Sudoku, which still sounds to me more like a martial-arts discipline, fashion trend or a new brand of sushi, has taken English readers by storm because it appears to be exotically different, yet turns out to be reassuringly similar to puzzles completed in our youth.
What's intriguing about Feld's choreography are the unlikely physical gyrations he puts his dancers through, such as the superhero-like scrabbling on a plywood sculpture he and Mimi Lien devised for the opening piece, Backchat, danced by three ethnically diverse, exotically beautiful men: Wu-Kang Chen, Nickemil Conception, and Jason Jordan, wearing colorful hip hopinspired costumes by Camille Assaf.
Dr Nick Dorey has been examining the exotically named sub atomic particles for the past 30 years.