Calling Mizrahim refugees has also strangely been linked to the Palestinian right of return.
The series, titled Green Porno, is completely original and strangely hypnotic.
In the rest of the U.S., strangely enough, they obey the law.
strangely though, the committee's chair, Barbara Mikulski, had no idea that it was included in the final bill.
strangely, the year marked a trough, since their 1996 return reported donations of $35,530.
She was strangely moved at that, and bent closer to see his eyes.
Sigmund came near to him and saw that the man was old and strangely tall.
The impression which it leaves upon a reader is strangely mixed.
strangely enough, Johnnie had never thought of that, either.
Yet, strangely, these will be gotten without the use of violent force, and will be followed by great peace.
late 13c., "from elsewhere, foreign, unknown, unfamiliar," from Old French estrange (French étrange) "foreign, alien," from Latin extraneus "foreign, external," from extra "outside of" (see extra). Sense of "queer, surprising" is attested from late 14c. Stranger, attested from late 14c., never picked up the secondary sense of the adjective. As a form of address to an unknown person, it is recorded from 1817, American English rural colloquial. Meaning "one who has stopped visiting" is recorded from 1520s.