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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)

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People have demanded the rulers to sit down and draw a comprehensive strategy to tackle the situation and bail the masses out of this quagmire of multifarious problems.
It is capable of undertaking multifarious missions such as surveillance, policing, anti-smuggling and anti-poaching operations and security and law-enforcement patrolling in maritime zones.
TAXILA -- Caretaker Prime Minister Nasirul Mulk on Wednesday lauded the role of Pakistan Ordnance Factories (POF) in fulfilling the country's security needs and said that the defence industrial complex held a pivotal position in the wake of multifarious defence and security challenges the country was facing.
The cleric noted that today's world required sustained prayers and supplications to Allah to overcome the multifarious challenges and harmonise different political currents with a view to enabling growth and development.
The Royal address brought multifarious wise guidelines and advice to Bahraini youth, upon whom His Majesty attaches great importance as the pillar of the future.
'Malunggay is one of the world's most useful crops and is a tropical tree with multifarious uses,' Villarica added.
The country is in the grip of multifarious problems and crises, which can only be solved by building unity and solidarity among ruling and opposition parties.
StuttardAEs relationship with Antigone is multifarious, as student, teacher, translator, director, adaptor, and audience member.
The online grievance on redress system ekaaSal has been developed to serve as a onestop platform for receiving, assessing and resolving multifarious grievance on public services.
With its diverse cuisines, multifarious shopping options, and world-class business and transportation facilities, the region is fast gaining recognition as a key global destination.
Named after ferocious deep sea predators, the Scorpenes, which operate very silently and are capable of multifarious roles, will add teeth to the might of the Indian Navy by strengthening its crucial Submarine Arm.
Later, CJCSC delivered a talk on 'Emerging geo-strategic environment and multifarious security challenges' at Royal College of Command and Staff and Civil Defence.