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  • adj. Of, pertaining to, or resulting from fluctuation(s)

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Examples

  • FFE systems can produce fluctuational spikes or excursions that might be very large or very small compared to their recent dynamical history, because the quasi-periodicity of the multiple underlying processes can produce random-seeming beats.

    Four Hunnnnnn-dred Years « Climate Audit

  • First we must, as de Vries has shown, distinguish real, genetic, variation from _fluctuational_ variations, due to environmental and other accidents, which cannot be transmitted.

    Evolution in Modern Thought

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