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erratic

a piece of rock that differs in composition, shape, etc., from the rock surrounding it, having been transported from its place of origin, esp by glacial action

erratic

[ə′rad·ik]
(geology)
A rock fragment that has been transported a great distance, generally by glacier ice or floating ice, and differs from the bedrock on which it rests.
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Figure 2 illustrates that as the company's production days of inventory rose erratically, production days of SG&A rose, too, though with less erraticism.
Abdullatif Al-Shehri, Takatof volunteer team leader, said: "Volunteering in the Kingdom is characterized by erraticism and disorganization due to the absence of controls and regulations, causing irregularities and disastrous results occasionally.
The author of [5] condenses the positive values that have been connected with security in the current writing: Autonomy, counterculture, innovativeness, majority rules system, erraticism, nobility, opportunity, flexibility of thought, fellowship, human connections, creative energy, autonomy, singularity, closeness, mental prosperity, notoriety, change toward oneself.