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For all its disparateness, the energy and creativity at play make this irresistible.
That sense of disparateness characterizes his drawings here.
Yet three of them, for all their disparateness, sent stimulating thoughts and impulses scurrying back and forth.
Control and defence of these were hampered by the disparateness of the territories and huge length of the empire's borders.
Nevertheless, in a society characterized by specialization, fragmentation, disparateness, or opposition, integrative approaches until now have proved inadequate or too difficult to implement.
Strangely, the shortness and disparateness of the stories make the book seem longer and slower to get through than some of the novels that are mentioned in the introduction.
The overall comprehensive organization of the perimysium collagen network, as well as its continuity and disparateness, however, have still not been observed and described thoroughly everywhere within the muscle.
This disparateness is reflected in the way these works are mined with references to other art: Picasso's two-eyed profiles, Ghirlandaio's bulbous noses, Gorky's round-formed yet resolutely linear portraits.
Despite the seeming disparateness of the topics he has examined, most of Glaeser's work can be said to apply economic theory (and especially price theory and game theory) to explain human economic and social behavior.
And it was somewhere there, within that comically vast disparateness between the crude, heavy lifting of his day job and the light precision of a wrist-flicked dart toss, that Leighton Rees found his true calling.
Browne revisited the controversy in his Miscellany Tracts (1684), wherein he takes pains (even citing Aristotle's Animalia) to both indicate the relationship of locusts to grasshoppers and to affirm their like disparateness from cicadas: