omnivorousness


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However, neither education nor income makes a meaningful contribution to explaining this measure of musical omnivorousness, indicating that this data set does not contain elites characterized by a wide range of diverse musical tastes.
Introducing the concept of voraciousness as a theoretical variation of omnivorousness, they note the significance of frequency of participation (voracious pattern of consumption) in addition to the omnivorous contents of consumption of various leisure activities.
Might that be no more than a coded way of drawing attention to an ability to accept compromise, an omnivorousness, and a variety of output that makes his oeuvre -- in the language of the motor industry -- somehow unintegrated?