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1. Changing or varying, especially often and without discernible pattern or reason.
2. Fickle; faithless.

in·con′stant·ly adv.
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pinastri *: means the acid is inconstantly occur dependent on the chemotype.
were inconstantly and in smaller amounts associated with the mixed anaerobic flora, especially when lesions were sampled by swabbing.
s] the length of the distance that sediment is carried inconstantly and [q.
In this light, the notion of 'motility' refers to the potential for mobility: something possessed unevenly and inconstantly, and best understood as 'mobility capital'.