anomaly

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  • It is an anomaly for a small city to field such a good team.
  • He killed six people, gaining a police record, and eventually left through another anomaly.
  • Nick then says that no-one else is to go through the anomaly.
  • Several anomalies occurred during the flight, but none had a major impact on the mission.
  • One of these anomalies involved a controversy over the speed of light.
  • Due to these anomalies, it was felt that the area should be given a specific identity.
  • No explanation of this doctor anomaly has so far been found.
  • A total of thirty-three in-flight anomalies were eventually reported.
  • It is notable that the theory is anomaly free with this matter content.
  • We're an anomaly as a European country in this part of the world.
  • You can also look for anomalies based on public opinion and team psyche.
  • More changes are likely soon to iron out the anomalies.
  • These anomalies are usually noted at birth and often require surgery in the first days of life.
  • No anomalies were found and the aircraft returned to service.
  • Post-launch analysis indicated an anomaly occurred when the engine was shut down.
  • It then runs back through the anomaly just before the Giganotosaurus comes through.
  • One of the striking things about this film is that it's almost a historical anomaly.
  • Any region of space with higher than expected mass density will produce a gravity anomaly.
  • In this case, one says that the theory contains an anomaly.
  • If it is equal to one, then there is no anomaly.
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Meaning of anomaly

  • noun Deviation from the normal or common order or form or rule
  • noun A person who is unusual
  • noun (astronomy) position of a planet as defined by its angular distance from its perihelion (as observed from the sun)