continuous variations


Related to continuous variations: discontinuous variation, Limiting reagent

continuous variations

Variations within a species that do not fall into distinct categories, e.g. height in humans.
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This market is going through continuous variations with regard to technological upgradations and economic factors.
broad fields of color are not uniform, instead displaying continuous variations of tone and chromatic intensity, a result of human activity and atmospheric conditions, both natural (light, heat, cold, rain, wind) and artificial (urban pollution), that the fabric (sometimes a unified hue, sometimes striped or patterned) records and conveys to the viewer's eye.
Secondly, it doesn't look at previous work, speak to previous employers or, in the instance of SME contractors, doesn't take into account the continuous variations in a smaller contractors' account compared to the bigger players.
However, any large collection of different clones will show continuous variations in form, eliminating any nameable differences.
Another which takes up a lot of space is Man on a bridge (A study of David Lange), in which the gallery has been transformed into a carpeted large-screen cinema showing 50 continuous variations on a short film in which a man - the well-known actor Roger Lloyd Pack - walks towards the camera and pauses to look over the parapet of a bridge.
Due to continuous variations in the building construction market, the company searched for additional products to cast in 1989.

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