Unusuality

Un`u`su`al´i`ty


n.1.Unusualness.
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But remember that leadership would demand passion, sacrifice and unusuality Hakim Said was an unusal man, who peep into the future and said when he was starting to build a city of education, science and culture in the desert that: 'he imagines hundreds of children are being studied here'.
The unusuality of this condition becomes more clear when it is considered that only approximately 100 cases of non-Hodgkin lymphoma (at all sites) in pregnancy have been reported so far (13),(14).
2, one reason for conducting a corpus analysis of phraseologies could be to substantiate intuitions about their unusuality which, in turn, might be used to support an evolving interpretation.
The primary advantage of iCEP is in dealing with unknown events, which goes beyond the closed-world-assumption-related anomaly detection ("everything that is not known is unknown") to the interestingness-driven unusuality detection ("everything that appears more or less often than expected is unusual").