diverseness


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It's hard, I think, for people who come out there not appreciating that there is tremendous diverseness in Native America--not only historically--but right now.
In Chesterton's outlook, then, the real problem to be faced was not the materialist maniac who could not appreciate the diverseness of the universe and the paradoxes of existence.
offers a new brochure previewing its manufacturing capabilities and diverseness of workholding products.
McDaniels captured the general sentiment of senior contributors that specialization should not lead to diverseness among professional counselors:
The Mistick court noted the diverseness of the minority and majority's definitions.
What is it, if not a fable of pluralization, since the water pot's embracing belly holds a merry bricolage, a diverseness brought together in the enveloping rotundity.
This diversity is matched by an equally astounding diverseness of sense organs among the animal species, so that what actually appears to living creatures assumes the greatest variety of form and shape.
For just as the total constant mass, energy, and radiation of the physical cosmos of the future was condensed into a single point of the four-dimensional diverseness of space and time at the moment of the Big Bang (as testified today by the cosmologists, who are its historians), so the total mass of the past of the spiritual cosmos of thought is concentrated at the a-temporal point of the consciousness of its cognitive subject.