multivarious

multivarious

(ˌmʌltɪˈvɛərɪəs)
adj
having a varied or diverse qualityhaving several various forms
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Playing the game will unlock discounts for this merchandise, so have fun playing without ads getting in the way!" -- Christopher Volpe, Co-Founder and CEO Multivarious Games, Founder of Ohio Game Developer Association
Houellebecq's novels are filled with multivarious kinds of established culture-shaping discourses that sometimes are linked to entities customarily immersed in the realm of culture.
By applying this theory of the paper stage to these often-overlooked texts, Willie shows how these works range from blunt, partisan screeds to vexed, multivarious treatments of current events.
For the past six decades, multivarious mechanical and physical tests have been performed to measure the mechanical properties of dental materials such as the compressive, tensile, bending, scratch shear strength, and microindentation test [2] (Table 1).
The country is fraught with multivarious problems of a crucial and intricate nature, but ethnicity has emerged as the most significant and delicate issue (Majeed 2010: 54).
We feel the non-Moro indigenous peoples and women need more seats to represent the multivarious concerns, she explained.
and the elusive Rene Griffiths, it appears there's no end to the weird and wonderful characters lurking in the multivarious branches of his colourful family tree.
Phase-Space Reconstruction of Multivarious Time Serious for Icing Process.
They found that acupuncture could increase the FC between left anterior cingulate and multivarious regions such as the bilateral parietal lobe (left BA40, right BA7), right temporal lobe (BA22), left PCC (BA23), superior frontal gyrus (Ba8), left middle frontal gyrus (BA46), and bilateral caudate.
DNA is life's master molecule, the record of evolution, the stuff of genes that code for life's multivarious designs.
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