A Curious Thing
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"A Curious Thing" is the second album by Scottish singer-songwriter Amy Macdonald, and was released on 8 March 2010. The album's lead single, "Don't Tell Me That It's Over", was released on 1 March 2010. The album was confirmed for release in late 2009, and the album's title and track listing was confirmed in January 2010.
- genres: Soft rock, Rock music, Pop music, Pop rock
- released on (5 years ago)
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Primary Dictionary; Or, Rational Vocabulary, Consisting of Nearly Four Thousand Words Adapted to the Comprehension of Children, and Designed for the Younger Classes in Schools (1842)
by Eliza Robbins
A curious thing, a thing which is very strange, uncommon, or made with great art. CUR-RENT. Current, passing from one person's hand to another, as current money. Current also means common, fashionable. A current, a stream of water.
A Compleat English Dictionary; oder vollständiges Englisch-Deutsches Wörterbuch ... Bey dieser dritten Auflage um noch mehr als die Hälfte vermehret von Theodor Arnold. (Neues Deutsch-Englisches Wörterbuch, etc.) [With a portrait.] (1761)
by Nathan BAILEY
recherche curieuse affetterie, elegantiae studium, die Artigkeit, Zierlichkeit; (a curious Thing) chose fort curieuse, resperquam elegans, rara aut artificiosa, eine Rarität, etwas Seltsames und Schönes. Cürious , (kuhrios) (defirous offeeing) curieux, curious, neugierig; (exquisite) exquis, exquisitus, auserlesen; (exact) accuratus, accurat, vortrefflich. Cüriously, curieusement, curiose ...
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