use peculiarity in a sentence.
That, and the concept of the driver's license as the definitive ID document is quasi exclusively and strongly connoted as a funny US peculiarity.
That's just a peculiarity of wireshark, it displays both DHCP and BOOTP as BOOTP in the oneline view.
I do wish Americans (and it seems to be an American peculiarity) would stop using "off" (and its heinous derivative, "off of") as a general-purpose preposition.
The "only funded by the military" gripe only applies to the US, and is a peculiarity of American culture.
Also, it seems an odd Peculiarity of Indian people that they tend to Capitalize the first Letter of random Words.
According to the professor on whose research this information is based, a third of the world's languages have this linguistic peculiarity.
If anyone is interested, I did the same with TIFF: The peculiarity in this example is, that the image's content is the whole tiff itself.
Such aggressive prosecution has a lot do with the elected nature of sheriffs and DA's, a peculiarity of the US system.
EDIT:And while it's technically true that charges haven't been formally filed yet, it's my understanding that this is due to a peculiarity in Swedish law where they have to have a person physically present to bring charges.
If its not an option for Debian, it is only because of their own peculiarity that it isn't.
But another peculiarity of the ITC is that its rulings can be waived by the president.
This appears to be a peculiarity of the REPL implementations, not a difference between V8 and JSC.