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Synonyms for manifold

Synonyms for manifold

a pipe that has several lateral outlets to or from other pipes

a lightweight paper used with carbon paper to make multiple copies

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a set of points such as those of a closed surface or an analogue in three or more dimensions

make multiple copies of

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combine or increase by multiplication

many and varied

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The Government's Bill to Parliament (1999/2000:140) Competition Policy for Renewal and Manifoldness stated that "the share of the total economy where there is competition should increase".
While the democratization of Europe leads to the production of a type that is prepared for slavery in the highest sense, in single, exceptional cases the strong human being will have to turn out stronger and richer than perhaps ever before--thanks to the absence of prejudice from his training, thanks to the tremendous manifoldness of practice, art, and mask.
When an earthling for the first time can literally embrace the earth and become aware of the simultaneity of all stages of culture and the fantastic manifoldness of musical forms of expression and ceremonies, the narrow specialization is undermined.
That is so because our positive contacts, our consonances and our endeavours of union and communion with objects are functional, with their respective nature closely adapted to the manifoldness of the actual and possible objects and of the kinds of activity they invite or lend themselves to.
It necessarily has two aspects, inward oneness and outward manifoldness of relations, or outward oneness (independence) and an inwardly inexhaustible potential.
It seems to be so that the life-philosophy that covers life in its painful manifoldness and that is coloured by a fundamental trust has a greater ability to give support in the difficult situations of life.
His conclusion is that if his account is correct, |then the wonder and admiration which artistic inspiration evokes may be seen as part of our wonder at the manifoldness of creation and at the continued activity of the Holy Spirit in the world' (p.
4) Mikhail Bakhtin provides a useful framework for analyzing the values that shape the adventurous-heroic type of biographical consciousness: "Adventurous-heroic biographical value is grounded in the will or drive to be a hero - to have significance in the world of others; in the will to be loved; and, finally, in the will to live life's |fabular' possibilities, the manifoldness of inner and outer life, to the full" (Art 155).
There is within the manifoldness of the world, Plato's plenitude, deceptive moments of appearance of the present as well as evental moments of becoming which prove significant.
It is characteristic of such an empirical presentation that, due to the opposition and manifoldness of the juxtaposed phenomena [Erscheinungen] the extraneous, contingent circumstances of their conditions sublate themselves, so that the Universal then comes before the mind.
22) Concerning this notion of the Other that surfaces in the fable, see Bakhtin, Art and Answerability 159: "The valued 'fabular' manifoldness of life has the character of an unconscious oxymoron: joy and suffering, truth and falsehood, good and evil--all are indissolubly merged in the unity of the continuous stream of life's manifold fabulas, for my acts are determined here not by the context of meaning that urgently confronts my I-for-myself, but by the other who has possessed me--by the valued being of otherness in me [.