give variety

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The mansion was stately without, commodious and elegant within; the park was spacious and beautiful, chiefly on account of its magnificent old trees, its stately herds of deer, its broad sheet of water, and the ancient woods that stretched beyond it: for there was no broken ground to give variety to the landscape, and but very little of that undulating swell which adds so greatly to the charm of park scenery.
Kate created an array of identities through social media, starting from bikini babe to her hot couture red carpet moments, Upton made sure that everything is shared on internet so that she can give variety to the audience.
You can get value for money there but they offer a basic or standard level of commodity, they don't venture into luxury goods, they don't give variety or offer the latest styles and they take away the staple business from independents.
He likes to give variety to his menus and has presented many a theme night at the Cross Inn showcasing dishes from Greece, Portugal, America and Wales, as well as France.
Work hard to give variety in mid week, good pub quiz, open mic night, occasional band night and a good variety of beer.
Medeiros said it's important when booking acts to give variety or people could just get bored.
We accomplished the varying apartment types by modifying the shape inside the units to two or three different modules to give variety to the floor plans.
Have a core range of sandwiches, say 10, with five others that change regularly to give variety
Although some may wonder why the main character, a lifelong North Carolinian, doesn't speak with a Southern accent while his fellow police officers do, Ganser does give variety to the voices of the other characters.
To give variety to the heather garden, also plant one or two tree heaths like Erica arborea, and E.
Instrumental items give variety to the programme recorded by South West German Radio and released on the Etcetera label.