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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvariouslyvar‧i‧ous‧ly /ˈveəriəsli $ ˈver-/ ●○○ adverb  VARIOUS/OF DIFFERENT KINDSin many different waysvariously described as/known as/called etc something the phenomena variously known as ‘mass culture’, ‘popular culture’, or the ‘public arts’ His fortune has been variously estimated at between $1 and $2 billion.
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variouslyThe important question of the containment of head and shoulders within the frame is dealt with variously.Berger's views relate to a specifically political motivation, variously apparent throughout the novel.The Reagans condemned the book, which was variously believed and disbelieved by critics and insiders.All is drawn in variously diluted glaze, and there is increasing use of washes of colour.They are variously named coaches, carriages or compartments.The constant is the head, variously rendered but always recognisably the same basic structure.
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