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Synonyms for inconstancy

unfaithfulness by virtue of being unreliable or treacherous

the quality of being changeable and variable

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Treatment inconstancies are a problem "across the board, not just at this hospital, and even across single institutions.
Lucy Bending considers self-presentation and instability in Martineau's autobiography, noting inconstancies in her use of the language of her Christian heritage and upbringing with her declared agnosticism.
However, Cope's discussion of aesthetics in the NWOBHM reveals some inconstancies and apparent gaps in his theory.
He further cautioned the PML-N could not keep quiet and unconcerned over inconstancies of incumbents, and their regular flirtations with constitution, stressing that PML-N would always resist such imprudent moves.
This led in 1967 to Zhao's being purged and reduced to laborer status until, typically of Mao's inconstancies, he was rehabilitated in 1971 and appointed the Party secretary for Inner Mongolia.
What's more, decisions made during EVT have a way of snow-balling, so minor inconstancies or design flaws can cause massive issues later on in the development cycle.