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  • n. characterized by variation


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  • He had no ties in England, no friends; he could go up and down the world for years, learning the beauty and the wonder and the variedness of life.

    Of Human Bondage

  • The fruits, the flowers, the sunny air, the fulness and variedness of the colouring on land and sea, the leisure and luxury of bountiful nature, -- Dolly was loath, loath to leave them all.

    The End of a Coil

  • While Nohl's work is joyous to behold thanks to its fresh, fun-loving spirit and its glorious and refreshing variedness, Nohl's independence and open mind also ought to provide inspiration, says Manger.

  • Due to the variedness of the market participants, the guidelines prepared by the FMC may be adopted according to the nature of participation in the markets by these members.



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