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  • n. Plural form of vagarity.


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  • Just chiming in to say that, due to the vagarities of my life, I sat down and plowed through 35 comics last night I hadn't read.

    3:10 to Yuma

  • Isn't it an utter, complete shame that so often those most suited to be our leaders are unable, due to the vagarities of modern politics and internal machinations of their own parties, to ever get elected?

    Christie Blatchford's reaction to the Manley panel report

  • Although he published until the end, his career -- like many others -- was destroyed by the vagarities of the publishing industry.

    Careers: John Brunner

  • Because of the vagarities of the court system, both parties are allowed a 30-day "cooling off" period after signing, and since Scott signed his response to the petition on August 10th, that means my lawyer can't even schedule a court date until after September 11th.

    Archive 2006-08-01

  • However, what they are worth is quite hard to work out - thanks to the vagarities of US GAAP. Home Page

  • If you undertake a detailed forensic analysis of accounts, apply the RICS regulations to the letter and allow for all the vagarities of the current market, you are dismissed as being automatically Lessee biased, anti Propco, and one sided if your opinion of rent or capital value, does not closely equate to that of the Propco.

    Rss news feed for Morning Advertiser

  • I personally would recommend going through one of the veteran's organizations --- VFW, Purple Heart, or DAV to file paperwork, etc. as they know the vagarities of how to qualify.

    Argghhh! The Home Of Two Of Jonah's Military Guys..

  • There's vagarities in the market place, in some of the markets that we participate, but we're still tracking that way. cord Adams]



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