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Skeptics raise sundry objections, not least that consciousness could never be reduced to a single number, let alone the measure that Tononi proposes.
It has inspired a generation of cosmologists to write papers, teach classes, and publish textbooks about the sundry ways inflation could have played out.
In the cartoon gig, she pokes fun at everyday occurrences, as her character wonders how life would be if she met pop icons in sundry situations.
By contrast, Grantham summons sundry metrics and data to support his case.
Again and again we were told by sundry Middle East experts that the wise mullahs had every interest in maintaining a stable Iraq.
Her goal is not just the acquisition of knowledge on sundry subjects.
For the past four decades and more, since he shot to fame in Easy Rider, he has been known to all and sundry simply as “Jack”.
They need to read tea-leaves, divine the intentions of all and sundry, and work their publics into a froth based on those efforts.
To do it, the FBI enlisted the help of sundry characters, none worse than Whitey, the leader of the mostly Irish Winter Hill gang.
From accounts preserved of the sums expended at sundry public feasts at Coventry (Anno 1452 to 1464) we find that 2s.
The fact that vowing and swearing to God are a part of his service is manifest, as we have seen from sundry passages of Scripture.
The tide was down; and sundry Arabs were regaling their naked feet in the mud, sporting and shouting.
Bishop Fox in his injunctions in 1507 forbade sundry priests to hold any communication with the abbess or with any of the nuns.
The noise, the coming and going, ceased at the third floor, where sundry members of the club had their apartments.
On this page you'll find 49 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sundry, such as: assorted, various, different, divers, manifold, and many.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.