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idio-

(id'ē-ō),
Private, distinctive, peculiar to. Compare: ideo-.
[G. idios, one's own]

idio-

Prefix meaning private, distinctive, peculiar to.
Compare: ideo-
[G. idios, one's own]

idio-

Combining form denoting personal, individual, originating within oneself, without external cause.

idio-

prefix denoting individual, peculiar.

idio-

Combining form meaning private, distinctive, peculiar to.
[G. idios, one's own].
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It is not a fault, more an idio- syncracy and after a few hours you don't notice it.
But Flaubert's seemingly idio- syncratic approximation of the two reveals that both religious faith and concern for form have to do with belief, or "modification of belief." To become aware of the sentence is to unearth unexamined context and thereby to liberate ourselves from the bonds of unexamined belief, so that when we do believe, we may do so with awareness and freedom.
Are you keen on finding flaws and giving idio- syncratic feedback to your business partners, pointing fingers with no sense of collaboration?