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Nature is a mutable cloud which is always and never the same.

"Too bright—too mutable," answered the doctor, shaking his head.

Caius did not attempt to carve his inscription on the mutable sandstone.

Something permanent in the midst of all that is mutable we may expect to find here.

By changing the initial to the second state, if it is mutable.

Centuries are mutable, but prejudices never alter in the Colonies.

In these changeful times, the history of the Inquisition is not the least mutable.

They are the great unwashed, the mutable many, the common people.

There is no magic in it, only a little knowledge of the secrets, mutable yet immutable, of Nature.

And in mutable or doubtful cases, a resolution may be changed, when a vow cannot.

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