invariable


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invariable

a mathematical quantity having an unchanging value; a constant
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de la Fere, with his invariable good sense, had immediately sent him again to the prince.
The invariable ending, for Simon Nishikanta, would be what sailors name "the sea-grouch.
His invariable petition to his medical attendants entreated them to send for her to nurse him.
Put the question in this way:--Which has a more pure being-- that which is concerned with the invariable, the immortal, and the true, and is of such a nature, and is found in such natures; or that which is concerned with and found in the variable and mortal, and is itself variable and mortal?
Far purer, he replied, is the being of that which is concerned with the invariable.
And does the essence of the invariable partake of knowledge in the same degree as of essence?
The invariable moisture of my hair, while plunged in deep thought, after six cups of hot tea in my thin shingled attic, of an August noon; this seems an additional argument for the above supposition.
The Vice chancellor said the poets in Sindh have always preached in their poetry invariable respect for entire mankind all over the globe.
Poets in Sindh have always propagated in their poetry invariable respect for entire mankind all over the globe.
The planet's existence is suspected due to the unusual tilt of the KBOs, according to the University of Arizona researchers; they're titled away from what is called the invariable plane by ~8%, unlike other KBOs.
Software is part of a computer and hardware the invariable part.