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  • noun Plural form of alternation.

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Examples

  • P Composite is the pattern of long-term alternations between up - and down-trends.

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  • One of the alternations was a new set of seats, which had already been fixed by the time we visited.

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  • One of the alternations was a new set of seats, which had already been fixed by the time we visited.

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  • Those who haven't bought into the climate change hype say the e-mail leak shows that scientists have been conspiring to hide evidence about global warming, which they argue could be caused naturally by changes such as alternations in the Earth's orbit and solar energy and solar wind output.

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  • Natalie Keyssar for The Wall Street Journal Before moving in, Mr. Isaacson made slight alternations, removing the wall that separated the living room from the kitchen, and retiling the home's two bathrooms in mosaic tiles—one in blue, pictured here, and the other in opalescent green.

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  • On the fourth day, astronomical bodies were created which thenceforth provided the light used during those alternations (previously, the light just "was").

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  • Sudden changes in mood or personality, visual hallucinations and alternations in smell, taste or tactile senses could signal a brain tumor or other abnormality.

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  • Today, a $20 bill will barely pay for alternations, but a $20 gold coin is worth over $1,000 and will still purchase a nice suit.

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  • McKay did report the possibility that the meteorite contained a Martian “microfossil”—the minute remains of the outer sheath of a bacterium—but his strongest results involved the presence of minerals and rock alternations that are considered signs that bacteria and other microbes were once at work eating the rock, transforming the rock, and depositing waste in the rock.

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  • He made slight alternations to the 1,509-square-foot home before moving in, removing the wall that separated the living room from the kitchen, and retiling the home's two bathrooms in mosaic tiles—one in blue, the other in opalescent green.

    Blues Make SoHo Owner Happy

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