Varying definition

Varying means to be at different times or different days; to give variety to activities; to bear no resemblance to a prior activity.
Varying means that staccato notes are soft, varying in frequency and uttered irregular intervals.
Varying means that neither of these tests succeeds. The entry "EDGE" denotes a discontinuity in the corresponding intrinsic attribute, with the same location and direction as the corresponding image intensity edge. The magnitude and sense of the discontinuity are unknown, unless otherwise shown. Where the value of an intrinsic attribute can be determined from the image (see Section IV.D), it is indicated by a term of the form RA, RB, DA, etc. (These terms denote values for reflectance, R; orientation, vector N; distance, D; and incident flux density, I; for the regions A and B, in the obvious way.) Where only a constraint on values is known, it is indicated by an inequality. There is a special situation, concerning case 1 of the second type of edge, in which a value can be determined for NB.S, but not for NB itself.

Examples of Varying in a sentence

A stop payment request may apply to a single transfer, multiple transfers, or all future transfers as directed by you, and will remain in effect unless you withdraw your request or all transfers subject to the request have been returned.- Notice of Varying Amounts.

Varying shares; e.g., 50 percent and 75 percent shares on same unit.

Varying degrees of stringency among the main body of this Agreement, the Exhibits, and laws, rules, regulations, orders, or codes are not deemed conflicts, and the most stringent requirement shall control.

Varying arrangements with respect to liability insurance are in place in different countries engaged in transnational learning mobility for traineeships.

While mainstress usually occurs on one of the final three syllables of the word, in some exceptional cases where there is secondary stress later in the word, primary stress can be expressed even earlierthrough stress retraction, as in ˈcatamaˌran [ˈkæ.ɾə.mə.ˌɹæn] and ˈanecˌdote [ˈæ.nək.ˌdot].

Varying levels of control between the Terms and Conditions, drawings and documents, laws, rules, regulations, orders, or codes are not deemed conflicts, and the most stringent requirement(s) shall control.

A stop payment request for preauthorized Electronic Fund Transfers will apply to all subsequent transfers, unless you withdraw the request.- Notice of Varying Amounts.

The Pr form absorbs maximally at 660 nm, while the Pfr form absorbs maxi- mally at 730 nm.

Varying shares; e.g., 50 percent and 75 percent shares on the same unit.

Varying weekly payments (1) The weekly earnings of the worker calculated in accordance with other applicable clauses shall be varied from the date and to the extent of any variation in the provisions of the relevant industrial award made after the injury occurs, or, where weekly earnings are calculated under clause 11(4), the weekly earnings shall be varied from the date and to the extent of any variation the worker would have been entitled to receive in the normal course of his employment.

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