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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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org Deadline: 10/02/06 Number awarded: The number NFAA ARTS awards varies each year.
Taking the spring analogy further, he says that the question of whether the density of dark energy varies over time is equivalent to asking how hard it is to compress the springiness of space.
Deadline: 05-01-05; Number Awarded: Varies Must be Brenau University dance major or minor
Also, since major FFA programs vary in size, the materiality threshold varies across audits of different major programs.
Each alkaloid has a different effectiveness as a stimulant, and its concentration varies among individual plants.
Because of the various styles of injection molding machines, the amount of mixing required varies.
f) For hard drives, GB means 1 billion bytes and TB equals 1 trillion bytes; actual capacity varies with preloaded material and operating environment and will be less.
What's more, it may be that the rate of change in alpha itself varies.
As generally understood, strain sensitivity of elastomers means that the dynamic modulus of an elastomer (or the stiffness of the resultant isolator) varies with dynamic input.
Temperature and the amount of rainfall fluctuate over the course of several years and within growing periods, so intake of trace elements from soil into grapes varies slightly from year to year," she says.
According to some biologists, "neutral mutation"--those changes in molecular structure that ultimately have no bearing on natural selection--occur at an average rate, which varies significantly only in studies involving "short" spans of evolutionary time.
This study documents with new specificity how care for seriously ill patients varies widely from hospital to hospital and region to region, and that Medicare is not providing patients with better care by paying more.
External devices excluded; availability of specific parts varies in each country