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Family unpredictability refers to the level of inconsistency of parental behavior in fulfilling responsibilities, such as meeting children's basic needs.
While analyzing lavarand's workings, the researchers found to their surprise that most of the noise and unpredictability was coming not from the lava lamps but from the digital cameras.
I think he's starting to add an unpredictability to his game that all great goalscorers have.
Thus, the other major eligibility factor decided by the Tax Court in Sierracin was the degree of unpredictability to which Sierracin's contracts were subject.
That's where you can see an improvement and I think he's starting to add an unpredictability to his game that all great goalscorers have.
Much of the fun of an amusement-park ride arises from its stomach-churning, mind-tingling unpredictability.
There are clear elements of landscape and skyscape, but they are all assembled with a dreamlike unpredictability and fluidity.
The variety and virtuosity of paint application here is paralleled only by the unpredictability with which such particulars resolve themselves into distinctive structures from painting to painting.