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multifarious

adj., adv. reference to a lawsuit in which either party or various causes of action (claims based on different legal theories) are improperly joined together in the same suit. This is more commonly called "misjoinder." (See: misjoinder)

multifarious

adjective different, disparate, diverse, diversified, heterogeneous, irregular, manifold, many, miscellaneous, mixed, motley, multiform, multiplex, nonuniform, numerous, varied, various, varius
See also: composite, compound, diverse, manifold, miscellaneous, multifold, multiple
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Later, CJCSC delivered a talk on 'Emerging geo-strategic environment and multifarious security challenges' at Royal College of Command and Staff and Civil Defence.
The governor said the country had been facing multifarious challenges for the last four decades but due to efforts of Pakistan Army, militancy was de-escalating day by day.
Even now, expansionist policies could be implemented, taking advantage of the low interest and inflation rates, with PS100bn added to the Bank of England's Asset Purchase Facility (BEAPF) (aka Quantitative Easing), PS90bn to buy this year's deficit - in effect, wiping it out - and PS10bn spent on social housing - this having multifarious advantages - including cheaper housing, reducing the pressures on wage inflation and social welfare benefits.
Having strong footprint in India and with technical support of Panasonic, a leading name in the Industry since 1937, we believe UNO MINDA will be able to serve customers in multifarious ways.
He said that with the end of the mango season, owing to multifarious hindering factors, its export goal remained unfulfilled at 85,000 to 90,000 tonnes spelling financial losses to the exporters besides depriving the national exchequer from earning valuable foreign currency.
This second volume documenting the 2012 Cross Cultural Decision Making Conference, held in San Francisco, contains 44 papers on multifarious modeling; verification, validation, and assessment; language, trust, and culture; social media and culture; and social science and culture.
Perhaps the pronoun "we" is collective, not only signifying the two authors, but also the multifarious voices and points of view that inhabit contemporary literature.
Were A J Hubble writing his multifarious letters under a powerful monarch they would not be printed (for surely he couldn't help criticising his rulers) and furthermore he would be in serious trouble.
The magnificent tableaux depicted multifarious capabilities and roles of various specialities of Army dogs as well as their breeding, training and health management.
For Gould's actual opinion, turn to page 290 of Gould's book Wonderful Life: "And so, ultimately, the question of questions boils down to the placement of the boundary between predictability under invariant law and the multifarious possibilities of historical contingency.
Here Conceptual art is shown to be not just a game of linguistic tautologies but a movement capable of assuming an array of multifarious forms other than stable objects--whether via bodies, cities, or the public.
His sister Marie Fadel wandered through Damascus for a year on his behalf, relaying curiosities, sounds, personalities, tastes and the smells of the Old City, while Schami wrote them down, relishing the diverse mark left on Damascene cuisine by its multifarious history.

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