aberrational


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aberrational

(ˌæbəˈreɪʃənəl)
adj
characterized by aberration
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When aberrational behavior is uncovered, she said, responding appropriately can be difficult in both workplaces.
Tunji Olaopa's Ibadan School of Government and Public Policy (ISGPP) in 2015 February, where he attacked the polity, though it was acknowledged that he spoke the minds of the generality of the people against the Jonathan government, his aberrational persona as a 'strongman in a democracy' was torn into shreds by scholars there gathered.
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.
From Joe Charboneau in 1980 to Bob Hamelin in 1994, with countless others in between, Morris saw his share of one-act plays and aberrational explosions.
First, in America (and the theory seems to be purpose-built for this country) racism is pervasive, inescapable, "ordinary" and "not aberrational," the "common, everyday experience of most people of color in this country.
The United States is currently embarked upon the most aberrational presidency in the history of the republic.
In Kumar's case, Judge Denny Chin stated that "greed wasn't the motive in [Kumar's] case" and that "this was aberrational conduct .
It was rated R-18 by the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board due to 'prolonged and realistic depiction of sexual activity and aberrational sexual behavior; scenes involving bondage and dominance, sadism and masochism; nudity (breast, butt and pubic hair exposure) and strong and/or sexual language.
It takes an extraordinary confidence to look at the last millennium of European history and gamble that the 70 years of peace that have held since 1945 - an exceptional, aberrational interlude - have had nothing to do with the existence of the European project.
Aberrational Performance Inquiry: uses proprietary risk analytics to identify hedge funds with suspicious returns;
here are those like the Postmodern sophist Slavoj Zizek who argue that Stalin's crimes were his aberrational distortion of an otherwise admirably utopian Marxist-Leninism whose reputation still deserves respect and maybe a Lacanian tweak in light of the genocidal reality of Marxist/Leninist regimes.