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Though their results vary, most models agree that certain factors are critical, notably age group, which changes the risk of contracting, spreading, and dying from a virus.

Though estimates vary, some scientists say we could reach “peak phosphorus” around the year 2030, after which production will decrease as the mineral’s reserves diminish and decrease in quality.

Cellular reception varies between “poor” and “none” at places in Shenandoah National Park, so having a Wi-Fi hotspot built into the vehicle can make the difference between getting a connection and not.

Yet despite all 50 models scoring more or less the same in the training test—suggesting that they were equally accurate—their performance varied wildly in the stress test.

Regulations for spearfishing vary widely, so be sure to check your local laws before you ­begin.

The key is to recognize that etiquette changes over time and varies across circumstances.

The age at which children can be tried in adult court varies from state to state, but most set the minimum benchmark at age 14.

Admittedly, the quality of alt cert programs varies quite a bit.

The group varies in size: sometimes there are hundreds of people, and other times only a handful.

Euler is tall and square-jawed with dirty blonde hair that varies from short to shoulder-length.

Though the average speaker is generally limited by one type of voice, which he varies somewhat, it is not often disguised.

The color (p. 027) of the seed also varies according to the varieties of the plant.

The normal number of leukocytes varies from 5000 to 10,000 per cubic millimeter of blood.

The cost of extraction varies in different localities, depending mainly on the mass of barren rock to be encountered and removed.

Bone-ash varies considerably in price, but of late samples containing 70 per cent of phosphates have sold as low as £4: 10s.


On this page you'll find 50 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to varies, such as: differ, divide, modify, diverge, range, and diversify.

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