more diverse

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But nothing could be more diverse than the two descriptions of the same stream.

No pretexts could be more diverse than those alleged by these admirers.

The subjects chosen by these great authors are not more diverse than their styles.

We have broadened its scope and reach to a more diverse population.

Never was a nation composed of more diverse ethnic groups and elements.

Nothing could be more diverse in appearance than this strangely assorted pair.

The larger the region and the more diverse the conditions, the greater the variety of mammals which will result.

Their backgrounds were more diverse: they functioned in different languages and in different cultural contexts.

There are several varieties of tame ducks; but their merits are more diverse in an ornamental than in a profitable point of view.

Now, there are more children, from more diverse backgrounds, in our public schools that any time in our history.