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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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As the principal defender of constancy, it is fitting that Silvandre recite the Laws of Love to the others; when he finishes his reading -- an act which coincides with the document's material representation before the eyes of the reader of L'Astree -- the inconstant immediately challenges the fidelity of the constant shepherd's reading to the text's contents:
A skillful and valiant soldier, and an able tactician, he was also overly ambitious and an inconstant administrator with little gift for compromise or persuasion; the success of Du Guesclin's campaigns in Aquitaine was due in large part to the extreme unpopularity of Edward's rule there; his nickname sprang from his supposed attire of black armor at Crecy and Poitiers.
7-Verdi de Senantes : Inconstant lui aussi dans ses productions et restant sur de mauvais resultats, on l'envisagera uniquement en cas de defaillance des chevaux les plus en vue de l'epreuve du jour.
I spent four-and-a-half days inconstant negotiation with Manchester United that saw the price rise and rise.
32) The Latin vagus (literally wandering, figuratively inconstant or capricious) forms the root of the Italian vago -- an adjective that by the end of the Trecento had come to signify both the state of desiring and that of being desired.
9-Quirat : Inconstant dans ses productions, il lui faudra neanmoins ne pas negliger ses chances car vu les conditions de la course du jour, il peut venir sur le parcours retenu repeter ses excellentes performances du debut de meeting.
Those familiar with early modern misogyny will not be surprised by the occasional intrusion of songs that represent women as inconstant and deceitful.
Cependant, inconstant dans ses productions, on lui accordera quand meme du credit pour un eventuel accessit.
Dante locates the inconstant souls on the moon, the lowest of the celestial spheres and a secondary planet visible only by virtue of the reflected light of the sun, and he singles out a monastic woman who has slighted her vows, not because she is intrinsically evil but because she exemplifies inherently passive beings who submit to a stronger force regardless of its sinfulness.
15-Quart de Soupir : Il vient de terminer troisieme sur 2500 metres dans un bon chrono, cependant, inconstant dans ses productions, on lui accordera quand meme du credit pour un eventuel accessit.
7- Quamous : Inconstant dans ses productions, il lui faudra neanmoins ne pas negliger ses chances car vu les conditions de la course du jour, il peut venir sur le parcours retenu repeter sa cinquieme place sur 1500 Metres du 16/07/2014.
11-Quiros de L'Eden : Inconstant dans ses productions, il guettera neanmoins un eventuel faux pas des chevaux les plus appuyes au jeu pour venir nous rappeler a son souvenir, surtout qu'il s'est deja place sur la distance du jour.