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  • v. Present participle of variegate.

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Examples

  • She clasped her hands over ringing ears as the thin pillars of light began dancing around her, some searing white, some deep blue, some variegating through all colours of the spectrum.

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  • But then, outta nowhere, Willner thumps and grooves right back into form, similar to Sublime and yet progressing and variegating those 10-minute zone-out rhythms into new shapes and textures, now less icy and razor-sharp, more warm and intricate.

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  • Knitting with self patterning/self striping/variegating yarn

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  • The Mukhbir resumed her way southwards in glorious weather, a fresh breath blowing from the north; and fleecy clouds variegating the sky, which was almost as blue as the waves After six miles and a half from El – Hakl and nearly twenty from El – Akabah, she ran to the west of El – Humayzah Island, the “Omasír” of Wellsted (ii. 149), between which and the mainland is a well sheltered berth.

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  • Goethe accepts the doctrine of _vis centripeta_, beyond the influence of which no developmental progress can be made in the way of diversifying or variegating ideal types.

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  • It remained there for over a month, when one of those violent storms of wind and rain variegating the humidity of a

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  • To the architect sculpture and painting are only means of variegating a surface; light and shade, depth and elaboration, are thereby secured and aid him in distributing his masses.

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  • Nothing can possibly be drearier than the mountains at this season; bare, barren, and bleak, with black patches of withered heath variegating the dead brown of the herbage on their sides; and as regards trees the hills are perfectly naked.

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  • The plain, or flat of land, which lies along the shore we were upon, appeared from the hills to great advantage; the winding streams which ran through out, the plantations, the little straggling villages, the variety in the woods, and the shoals on the coast, so variegating the scene, that the whole might afford a picture for romance.

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  • Colloid 760 MB Powder is ideal for pasteurized chocolate milk products while it can also be utilized to increase body and creamy texture in variegating syrup, eggnog and buttermilk.

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