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  • noun Plural form of aberrance.

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Examples

  • "In larger cities, market volumes are good enough for resellers to ignore such aberrances and focus on opportunities."

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  • "In larger cities, market volumes are good enough for resellers to ignore such aberrances and focus on opportunities."

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  • "In larger cities, market volumes are good enough for resellers to ignore such aberrances and focus on opportunities."

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  • Processes with exceptions that are currently handled manually (for example, a furniture retailer's reliance on physical discovery and research into inventory aberrances).

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  • Processes with exceptions that are currently handled manually (for example, a furniture retailer's reliance on physical discovery and research into inventory aberrances).

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  • Small and not so minor genetic aberrances are reflected in many ways; you know - six fingers, cleft palates, hare lips, etc.

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