fluctuations

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There had been fluctuations in the meanwhile, fluctuations which Marietta watched with eager intentness.

You see we depend on fluctuations in weight to tell us a lot about the patient's condition.

It is reasonably supposable that Gould profited by each of these fluctuations.

Unlike other merchandise, this article is not subject to fluctuations.

It wasnt a highpriced issue, nor were its fluctuations startling.

The fluctuations of passion he studies to most advantage in his characters of women.

Those forces are sensitive to the fluctuations of the control unit.

The world, with all its vicissitudes and fluctuations, cannot take it away!

The fluctuations of opinion on these points, are highly diverting.

For half a century did he wrestle with the fluctuations of public favour.