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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a versatile manner.

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  • Perhaps the most versatilely talented and widely admired American dancer, singer and actor of this generation.

    President At Arts And Humanities Awards Ceremony

  • Biological systems studied range from the level of the molecular subsystems of cells (e.g., mitochondrial production of versatilely usable energy; circuits regulating gene expression; cell-to-cell and within-cell signaling (communicational) pathways); to the Earth's biosphere, and include a large number of intermediate system levels (e.g., unicellular organisms, multicellular organisms, ecosystems).

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • (e.g., mitochondrial production of versatilely usable energy; circuits regulating gene expression; cell-to-cell and within-cell signaling (communicational) pathways); to the Earth's biosphere, and include a large number of intermediate system levels (e.g., unicellular organisms, multicellular organisms, ecosystems).

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • (e.g., mitochondrial production of versatilely usable energy; ribosomal protein synthesis; circuits of biochemical reactions regulating gene expression; cell-to-cell and within-cell signaling (communicational) pathways); to the Earth's biosphere, and include a large number of intermediate system levels (e.g., unicellular organisms, multicellular organs, multicellular-multiorgan organisms, ecosystems).

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • Mike Gibisser so perfectly and versatilely weds form to content that his use of such stylistic touchpoints seems less like the result of a low budget and micro crew than deliberate, and often brave, aesthetic choices. "

    GreenCine Daily

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