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the wondrous congruity and concord of divers [heavenly] bodies and variform motion in one harmonious union; 1937, 107).
The roots of this negative attitude go deep into Christian history and its early encounter with the variform map of religiosity in the Mediterranean basin.
fully cognizant of the fact that as a biographer I had quite purposefully imposed a central theme upon Carnegie's long and variform life.
Procrastination is linked at this conceptual juncture to its variform cousin, writer's block, at least in one of its virulent strains, namely trying too hard such that you not only fail, but fail by not trying.