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likely to change frequently often without apparent or cogent reason

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What farmer or manufacturer will lay himself out for the encouragement given to any particular cultivation or establishment, when he can have no assurance that his preparatory labors and advances will not render him a victim to an inconstant government?
Unjust I may have been, weak and resentful I have been, but never inconstant.
Louise, a maid of honor in the court of a young princess in these days of free manners and inconstant affections a maid of honor is placed as an object of attack without having any means of defence afforded her; this state of things cannot continue, you must be married in order to be respected.
Le Borussia Dortmund, impressionnant vainqueur d'Hanovre (4-0) dimanche, est solidement installe en tete du Championnat d'Allemagne apres la 11e journee avec quatre points d'avance sur Mayence (2e), neuf sur Leverkusen (3e) et douze sur le Bayern Munich, toujours aussi inconstant.
The UK non-life sector continues to be impeded by near-term challenges, including inconstant levels of investment return, diminishing prior-year reserve releases, potential further losses from recession-and weather-related claims and continued market competition.
Rather, the themes include universal growth anxiety, dysfunctional families with shady pasts, inconstant friends, and evil relatives.
The conflict between constant and inconstant lovers is deployed not only in endless debate but on the surface of the very written texts the constants hold dear.
The Balcony Scene, shown above, is seemingly drenched in light from the inconstant moon.
In the conflict between the constant and the inconstant indigent, incomprehensible love.
Echoing the opinion of some of his Chinese friends, Schell blames the Communist Party, which has demanded allegiance to a bewilderingly and eventually numbingly inconstant orthodoxy -inconstant in every respect save for its constant claim to exclusiveness.
Laying out intricate, brutally honest character studies of each of the main Apple players -- Steve Wozniak ("a genius with no allegiance to any institution but his own mind"), Steve Jobs ("a protean inconstant figure who seemed composed of nothing but charm and a pure will to power"), and John Scully (a man who held the fate of the world's most exciting company in his hands but "understood neither the company nor its world") -- Malone proceeds to show how these qualities led to the creation of a company without guidance or vision, where collective madness seemed to be the order of the day.
Ali Baba : Inconstant dans ses productions, ce jeune poulain tres souvent chuchote, misera sur une eventuelle defaillance des chevaux les plus en vue pour se placer.
But with confidence in Air Zimbabwe still at a record low, thanks to a $100 million debt, salary issues, inconstant flight service and an aged fleet of aircraft, Tourism and Hospitality Minister Walter Mzembi is considering to approach South African Airways (S) to be the official airline for the UN summit.
Malgre son peu de realisme (seulement 6 balles de break converties), le Majorquin a arpente le court Arthur-Ashe sans relache et sans montrer le moindre signe de faiblesse, a l'exception d'un passage a vide dans le 2e set (11 points d'affilee perdus), alors que Djokovic a ete plus inconstant.
As local lenders were not significantly jeopardised by complex financial products and structures, the inconstant banking landscape is not likely to have a great impact on the way Polish banks operate.