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mutable

Astrology of or relating to four of the signs of the zodiac, Gemini, Virgo, Sagittarius, and Pisces, which are associated with the quality of adaptability
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Contract notice: analysis of the mutable land in the territory of saint-l agglo
The whole of Moscow is full of duplicitous people who ratted out even their friends and families to Stalin's merciless state bureaucracya force whose exercise of power is matched only by the vagaries and mutable allegiances of the guillotine in 18th-century France.
now up against an outside so unmoved so mutable I know
In the process, he discovers that structures, like the boundaries of life and death, are mutable.
The Day I Ran Away" amusingly captures Grace's mutable moods and childlike logic.
Pacquiao typifies the mutable character of the 24-member Senate.
The resulting works are characterized by enigmatic and mutable forms, luminous passages emerging from darkness and a heightened tactility.
An evocative rendering of both the memories of youth and the ephemeral nature of the cityscape, "The Floral Ghost" makes an elegant gift for every aspiring writer, artist and dreamer who moves to a city to make his or her mark or who admires its mutable glory from afar.
Bailarina y coreografa, directora de la compania El Cuerpo Mutable, Lidya Romero cumple 40 anos en el ejercicio de la danza.
Values are displayed both numerically and by color coordinated dynamic waveform with mutable audio indicators for heart rate.
Tradition (a mutable term) collides with something glibly referred to as modernity at every turn.
In the case of South Sudan, Mareike Schomerus cautions that rule of law programmers must accept that the country contains a "unique society with mutable and negotiable behavioral moral boundaries," as opposed to simply being another country with laws that need more precise codification (p.