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differ

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alternate

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Synonyms for vary

to make or become different

to change or fluctuate within limits

to be unlike or dissimilar

to be of different opinion

Synonyms for vary

become different in some particular way, without permanently losing one's or its former characteristics or essence

be at variance with

be subject to change in accordance with a variable

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make something more diverse and varied

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For example, Zayed The First Street in Abu Dhabi is popularly known as Electra Street, while the renamed Fatima Bint Mubarak Street was varyingly known as Bani Yas Street, Najda Street and 6th Street.
The goal of transitional justice can be varyingly or simultaneously identified as peace, reconciliation and social cohesion, retribution, punishment, restitution, reparation, truth-telling, vindication, validation, deterrence, prevention, reform, and development.
The chapters varyingly focus in a relatively sustained way on distinct archives and disciplinary approaches, from art history, literature and history, through psychology and sociology, and so highlight differing ways in which we might understand human-animal relationships.
As described by their daughters, these women varyingly displayed "resilience, hope, anger, frustration, madness, despair, happiness, humour, zaniness, mystery and light"--in other words, a full range of human feelings, emotions and behaviours.
There are plenty of luxury chalets, hotels and guest houses in the Alps, varyingly equipped with saunas, spas, massage services, panoramic views, situated in quiet mountain hamlets and /or serving gourmet food.
The aim here is not to offer a neatly periodicized account of distinct stages in India's economic development, but rather to see how varyingly implicit or explicit references to and underlying understandings of modernity can be traced to have informed and influenced successive discursive stages in development policy.
We believe that liquid-applied flashing and house wrap-type products (used varyingly as air, vapor, and water barriers) will be very much in demand in the years to come," she states.
This dovetailed with the rise of an analysis, especially in women's movements, able to grasp multiple oppressions at once; an 'intersectional' (Crenshaw 1991) analysis that parted with so-called Oppression Olympics--the tendency for activists varyingly involved in issues of class, race, gender, sexuality, and the like to compete over whose struggle should be accorded greater priority or significance.
Total serum calcium alterations in psoriasis patients have been varyingly reported showing thereby decreased or normal level.
concreteness," which courts have varyingly interpreted as
These are creatures that hatch from the varyingly sized eggs that people, who turn up to take part in the Brimstone Bleed, have to grab before they can become Contenders.
They work together varyingly and pervasively but are bestowed disproportionately with rewards and deprivations.
The object of this love is a nebulous, immaterial idea called varyingly as one's land, one's country or one's nation.
While the three authors Peter mentions above might be resisting or revising some form of dominance joining their authorial audiences means adopting varyingly racist, heterosexist, and classist assumptions.
In this essay I argue that one overlooked point of unity for this diverse oeuvre is Parks's preoccupation with acts of agreement and consent as they are varyingly depicted on stage and page.