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varying

verb altering, bearing no resemblance, being at variance, being contrary, being dissimilar, being distinctly different, being distinguished from, being inharmonious, being opposite, unique, being unlike, contrasting, departtng from, differing, digressing, disagreeing, diverging from, having a dissimilar opinion, lacking resembalance, not comparing with, not conforming, showing contrasting, showing variety
See also: desultory, dissenting, divergent, diverse, heterogeneous, protean, shifting
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The movement and varying scale created a vertiginous feeling; the effect was intensified by seeing viewers on other platforms also bathed in numbers.
Along the way, he points out that other various elements, including the handling of paint, physical beauty of the subject, and psychological complexity, come into play in varying ways at varying times.
The collaboration with NIST researchers was established to determine the transient temperature changes associated with laser-hair heating and to monitor heat dissipation processes of hair shafts and live follicle samples of varying colors and textures.
However, if the partners' interest changed during the prior accrual period, the varying interests during the tax year in which the item is paid controls the allocation of deductible cash-basis items (Sec.
Cuellar and Arnold (1988) described models that used translators and interpreters including lay interpreters coupled with varying degrees of cultural sensitivity training and awareness.
Accommodation of a greater range of users can be accomplished by varying the height of the cushion and the position and angle of the seat back.
In each instance, the total variation of the dependent variable (household consumption, residential construction, the corporate bond rate, and a multilateral exchange rate) is attributed either to the fixed portion or to the continuously varying portion of the model structure.
The selected consultant will be asked to address this varying range of requests with appropriate methodology to develop cost models using varying levels of available information, varying schedules (including concept schedules extending well into the future), and varying degrees of detail.
The rest of the square, when first laid out in the 1730s, was fronted by noblemen's palaces in two grand stories with Classical orders and mansards, though irregularly grouped and with varying plot widths.
The guidelines provide examples of programs--including class projects, consulting projects, job shadowing/externship and service learning (see "Glossary," page 42)--syllabi and information and documents for institutions of varying sizes and geographical location.
Each solution bundle will have varying ability to affect the different value drivers across the enterprise and will yield varying benefits.