The death of any child is tragic, but to me, Olivia is a special case: emphasis on special.
But a neurological disorder appears to be just a special case of physical events giving rise to thoughts and actions.
As supporters of the bill point out, Arizona was a special case among states.
Using the line to describe a Jennifer Hudson performance, however, is a special case.
Margins fluctuate in every market, and there's no reason for farmers to be treated as a special case.
If they were arranged as here shown, the proposition would be evident for the special case of an isosceles right triangle.
The act by which one reaches a conclusion is a special case of it.
The conversation had passed from a special case to general considerations.
Was this, then, some special case of phthisis complicated by neurosis?
The theory of the value of money is a special case of the general theory of value.
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