variant

[ vair-ee-uh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF variant

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A Prime can be negated, while on the other hand a variant can shift from possible to Logical to Prime.

The Italian and German techniques were often pursued in variant styles.

But fortune is so variant, and the wheel so movable, there is no constant abiding.

In the variant of the story in No. 38, the comrades are the hero Martin, a smith, and a tailor.

The variant spellings of Bulloign, Bulloigne and Bullogne have been retained.

The name, a Greek variant of Eleazar, signifies "God is my help."

A variant of this tale appears in the form of a letter in the Cambro-Briton, vol.

A variant of the preceding story appears in the Cambrian Magazine, vol.

It is, as I have already mentioned, a variant of the Cinderella cycle.

It may also represent merry, in its variant form murie, which is Mid.

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