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in·con·stant

(in-kon'stănt),
1. Irregular.
2. In anatomy, denoting a structure (for example, artery, nerve) that may or may not be present.

in·con·stant

(in-kon'stănt)
1. Irregular.
2. anatomy Denoting a structure, such as an artery, or nerve, which may or may not be present.
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But it seems to have been her orthodox father's religious inconstancies that cause her, at times, to turn away from traditional rituals.
This allows defense counsel and the claims professional to create a report of key dates regarding a suspected fraud claimant's activities, such as medical treatment, work and vacation dates, and provides an easy reference to any inconstancies, such as overlapping treatment or treatment that occurred when the claimant was at work or out of town.
If variation in sexual phenotype is solely environmental in origin, i.e., nongenetic phenotypic inconstancies, then the proportion of clones identified as being "all-male" should equate to that expected from a chance drawing of ramets from a population of all clones capable of producing male ramets.
there are some inconstancies with regard to what Syria actually has", she
However, due to a lack of media scrutiny, Mr Cameron has been allowed to get away with a catalogue of inconstancies.