use peculiarly in a sentence.
And what is it about my chauvinism that is peculiarly masculine?
Good insights on how a particular legal structure (the limited partnership) gave rise to the modern Silicon Valley venture industry, discussing how the key financial incentives (the "carry" in particular) and the key investment window (up to 10 years) are peculiarly tied to that structure.
This is crazy, but I'll note that it isn't a peculiarly Italian form of crazy.
This sounds peculiarly like the issue of "DLL Hell" on the Windows platform.
Found this About page via the "Log in" link at the top: "Glitch is a web-based massively-multiplayer game which takes place inside the minds of eleven peculiarly imaginative Giants.
Just read the original:He had the drives destroyed after noting to the Whitehall guys that it would do nothing: "a peculiarly pointless piece of symbolism that understood nothing about the digital age.
To me it seems that the modern human diet is the most peculiarly unatural thing.
There is a huge assumption that capital markets are efficient, but considering the existence of things like bubbles I don't think that's peculiarly true.
To take one specific example from Alanis, (yes I'm going there), there's something peculiarly funny about "ten thousand spoons when all you need is a knife" in a way that wouldn't be if you had "ten thousand turtles when all you need is a knife".
I've lived my life viewing the world through a peculiarly British narrative.