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... Dog, Canis lupus - naturalised exotic Dingo, Canis lupus dingo - naturalised exotic Red Fox, Vulpes vulpes - naturalised exotic ...
... European countries were fascinated by the exotic and relatively unknown culture of Turkey, which was the center of the Ottoman Empire, and at the beginning of the period the only ... and traders often returned home with tales of exotic places and souvenirs of their adventures ... contrasts, suggesting their interesting peculiarity and exotic nature ...
... part of a glass butterfly nursery that was used for breeding rare and exotic butterflies was destroyed in a fire ... About 90 exotic butterflies were in the nursery at the time and the majority were saved however, special exotic plants that were used for butterfly breeding were ...
... Exotic pet, a non-common pet Exotic shorthair, a breed of cat Exotic dancer, a type of dancer or stripper Exotic species (or introduced species), a species not native to ...
... J/ψ ϒ θ K B D T Others Atomic nuclei Atoms Diquarks Exotic atoms Positronium Muonium Tauonium Onia Superatoms Molecules Hypothetical Exotic hadrons ...
More definitions of "exotic":
- (adj): Strikingly strange or unusual.
Example: "An exotic hair style"; "protons, neutrons, electrons and all their exotic variants"; "the exotic landscape of a dead planet"
Famous quotes containing the word exotic:
“I did not know the woman I would be
nor that blood would bloom in me
each month like an exotic flower,
nor that children,
would break from between my legs....”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)
“Anthropology has always struggled with an intense, fascinated repulsion towards its subject.... [The anthropologist] submits himself to the exotic to confirm his own inner alienation as an urban intellectual.”
—Susan Sontag (b. 1933)
“I do not approve of anything that tampers with natural ignorance. Ignorance is like a delicate exotic fruit; touch it and the bloom is gone.”
—Oscar Wilde (18541900)