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There are regional differences and variable outcomes by retailer, with many in bankruptcy.

“If you know the first five things you’ve assigned don’t fit together, you don’t have to look at any of the other variables, and that generally cuts the search down a whole lot,” said Shor, who is now at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

There are too many new players and too many variables to assume that two superpowers will monopolize the rules of technology for the foreseeable future.

This gave us a total pitch quality score for every pitcher, combining all speed and movement variables and weighted by their relative importance.

We also expect turnout to be harder to predict this year based on primary elections held during the pandemic that had highly variable turnout — which, in turn, could lead to more polling error.

His ideological variability across a range of issues has caused many to label him the “swing justice.”

Because of the wide variability in codeine metabolism, its use as a cough suppressant is not recommended.

It tells us little to nothing about variability by region, by education level, by type of jobs.

The next evolution of these practices is heart rate variability training.

Download the Stress Doctor app  for your mobile device and spend five minutes doing some Heart Rate Variability training.

That much variability means a crystal structure which is—uh—flexible, damn it!

Nevertheless it would be imprudent wholly to rule out this form of sexual aberration from the causes of variability of species.

An extraordinary set of coincidences which "points unmistakably to a common origin and cause of variability."

But for the proofs of variability we have not to rely upon theoretical reasoning.

The science of physiognomy belongs to those disciplines which show a decided variability in their value.


On this page you'll find 481 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to variability, such as: capriciousness, changeability, dizziness, fickleness, flippancy, and frivolity.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.