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a changeable or inconstant person

a faint constellation in the polar region of the southern hemisphere near Apus and Mensa

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Each of these films offers a capitalist spin on the Frankenstein mythology, with money the root of all evil--whether it's Nedry triggering the disaster of the first film by deactivating the power so he can steal DNA samples, or Jurassic World's scientists breeding a super-intelligent, chameleonic killing machine to sell more tickets.
The tables range in style from Moroccan to modern but share a certain chameleonic quality.
We see all that in the protagonist Jason, played by Hans Eckstein with touching vulnerability; in his flamboyant officemate Perry (Chino Veguillas, who also does two other characters and easily wins the audience over with this delectable chameleonic turn); and even in Jason's brother Tommy (Bibo Reyes, his silences beautifully conveying everything that's left unsaid).
Also, we aimed to highlight the importance of recognizing this chameleonic condition that may impact the vital prognosis.
He was a chameleonic melding of everything from soul to jazz to funk to psychedelic rock to sunshine pop, from lustful bedroom ballads to ecstatic devotional hymns.
The documentary goes beyond this, however, telling the story of a musician famed for his chameleonic persona but fraught with demons from his past, writes Glenn Dunks.
The people of Sri Lanka who suffered during the 30 years conflict, the members of the Armed Forces who fought gallantly to safeguard the sovereignty and integrity of the country and the loved ones of those who sacrificed their lives to defend the country, and the loved ones of more than 100,000 people who died as a result of the conflict should be wary of a leader who has not kept his word nationally and internationally, and who has demonstrated his chameleonic character.
A chameleonic figure, he first changed his name from David Jones to David Bowie, then became Ziggy Stardust to achieve worldwide fame in the glam-rock 70s.
and John Edgerton) Bulgers returns an FBI McGuire The of the Whitey thug (Rory hitman It's a genuinely chilling performance of brooding menace and the chameleonic actor immerses himself in the role, replete with coloured contact lenses, rapidly receding hairline and paunch.
They are masters of concealment, their chameleonic backs shading, over time, to match the surrounding bottom.
Meanwhile, Hunt gets kidnapped by the Syndicate, but is saved Ilsa Faust (Rebecca Ferguson), a chameleonic undercover MI6 agent, who informs Hunt that the organisation comprises rogue agents from various spy networks.
The promise of seeing the chameleonic Marion Cotillard dig under the skin of Lady Macbeth is reason enough to expect something special from director Kurzel's take on Shakespeare's bloodiest tragedy.
Two-time Oscar winner Lee is a chameleonic director whose output has straddled multiple genres while consistently exploring similar themes and motifs.
Health policy will, by its very chameleonic character, need to assert (and defend) its role in social science (and beyond).
There were deaths, the fuel of color-coded revolutions and chameleonic policies.