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var·i·ant

(var'ē-ănt),
1. That which, or one who, is variable.
2. Having the tendency to alter or change, exhibit variety or diversity, not conform with, or differ from the type.

variant

/var·i·ant/ (var´e-ant)
1. something that differs in some characteristic from the class to which it belongs.
2. exhibiting such variation.

variant

[ver′ē·ənt]
Etymology: L, variare, to diversify
an individual or subpopulation that differs from other individuals or subpopulations of its species.

var·i·ant

(var'ē-ănt)
1. That which, or one who, is variable.
2. Having the tendency to alter or change, exhibit variety or diversity, not conform, or differ from the usual type.

variant

a particular form of a species or variety that has not been given a special name.

variant

an organism or tissue that is different from the majority of the population but is still sufficiently similar to the common mode to be considered to be one of them, e.g. a variant strain of classical swine fever (hog cholera) virus.
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Ce procede de tournage permettait ensuite au montage de mixer les pistes et de faire varier l'importance des valeurs de plans, de hierarchiser l'information sonore en fonction de l'action, par exemple de donner la priorite a l'intelligibilite des paroles lors de l'interrogatoire ou a l'ambiance sonore des gestes pendant la seance de puncture.
Mrs Varier said: "Although it's too early for this research to have direct clinical applications, it adds to our understanding of the structural changes in the brain and raises some interesting questions as to how these connections can become faulty.
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If your taste is more contemporary, companies such as Varier and Skandium celebrate the talents of classic Scandinavian designers and pioneer the work of new ones, while Ikea's new range has striking pieces (flat-pack withstanding) - such as a vibrant yellow Trollsta sideboard, pounds 200.
If your taste is more contemporary, companies such as Varier and Skandiumcelebrate the talents of classic Scandinavian designers and pioneer the work of new ones, while Ikea's new range has striking pieces (flat-pack withstanding) - such as a vibrant yellow Trollsta sideboard, pounds 200
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L'analyse de sensibilite a ete conduite en faisant varier un seul parametre a la fois entre ses valeurs minimale et maximale communement etablies.
Or, la capacite de persuader du concept et le sens qu'il acquiert en pratique peuvent varier selon le contexte historique dans lequel il est utilise.
On sent combien cet etablissement, a la tete duquel sont des personnes de gout, peut contribuer au progres de l'art, et varier les agrements qu'on en retire.
N'hE[umlaut]sitez pas Ea varier les goE[c]ts, les textures, et les saveurs.