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But when these are made and renewed with due care, there is, according to circumstances, a great diversity in their character.
In Mexico the tobacco plantations exhibit a diversity of scenery not met with in other portions of America.
The symptoms may comprise not only a diversity of physical ailments, but intellectual disturbances of the most terrible import.
A variety of geographical resources and of human resources results in diversity in the economic life of the state.
This organization marked the formal beginning of Richmond as a cultural center in Virginia.
Education, the "backbone" of cultural activities, is one of the most challenging current problems facing Virginia.
Less intelligible is the existing diversity of policy of the Central Authority in 1907 with regard to able-bodied women.
The result was that in most cases the guardians practically ignored the suggestions, and continued in their diversity.
This wide diversity is the result of long domestication, under almost every conceivable variety of condition.
DOMESTIC ANIMALSRICHARD L. ALLEN
Nothing was ever set in motion in the War Office without pulling a diversity of levers.
THE HIDDEN PLACESBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR

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