aberrational


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aberrational

(ˌæbəˈreɪʃənəl)
adj
characterized by aberration
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Trump and his aides base their call for the Fed to lower rates on quiescent inflation, a phenomenon that could well be either aberrational or a new normal.
A few more characteristics have been attached to these two brands of poetry; tarraqi pasand (or objective) poetry is consciously purposive, ideological, political and aberrational, besides its conspicuous tilt towards the marginalised segments of society.
Besides, the Buhari Presidency has pragmatically demonstrated aversion to threats to public peace and security by aberrational Islamic sects and extremists.
The difference, he stressed, as did those from Australia, South Africa and Guatemala, was that their countries could survive an aberrational leader, and many of them are or recently have survived them, but they all look to America to be the stable leader of the world to keep us all on track and under as stable a system as possible.
Berger's attorneys argued that he should not receive any jail time because the conduct at issue was aberrational from his otherwise upstanding, law-abiding life, and he had already suffered significant damage from the loss of his CPA license, reputation, and ability to earn a living.
The petitioner's misconduct was, nevertheless, aberrational. A judge, now retired, before whom the petitioner often practiced reports that his pre-suspension conduct towards the court and its staff was "at all times respectful ." The judge expresses "the utmost respect [and] admiration" for the petitioner and describes his misconduct as "totally out of character ." Ex.
Set during the hunger strikes of 1981, there's also an aberrational crime involving severed hands and a musical score inserted in an unspeakable place.
Aberrational data indicating maintenance concerns are sent to central clouds.
Nonetheless, notwithstanding aberrational volatility and sporadic disruption, Philippine democracy has weathered political storms, and the economy has had a relatively long growth since the Gloria Arroyo administration, with the Benigno Aquino III administration coasting along, and jump-started with zest and ebullience under the leadership of President Duterte.
When aberrational behavior is uncovered, she said, responding appropriately can be difficult in both workplaces.
I came to the United States in 1988 at the height of the Cold War, when the Soviet system was seen as both aberrational and pernicious.