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  • Many of the variations have different names in different parts of the world.
  • Most players include table variations in their games, of which some non-standard are included.
  • Some letters look almost the same in all four forms, while others show considerable variation.
  • Many variations were created, the most common of which is served cold rather than hot.
  • All of these events can have wide variations of more than a month from year to year.
  • There have been several variations since then, including some set in the 1980s.
  • Variations in the construction process often occur in the latter two parts of this process.
  • Saint Paul has a variation of the strong mayor-council form of government.
  • The game may be played with a standard variation known as setting.
  • The general class includes variations such as the B+ tree and the B*.
  • Most of the variation took place within the first three Christian centuries.
  • Variations of the game made it to England during the late 19th century.
  • Variations on this equipment were commonly used by future workers in that area.
  • See pressure system for the effects of air pressure variations on weather.
  • A business-driven variation has sometimes led to the same feature continuing under a different name.
  • Despite their name, black bears show a great deal of color variation.
  • Variations of talk radio include conservative talk, hot talk, liberal talk and sports talk.
  • This has been used successfully where traditional units were ill-defined and had regional variations.
  • The same theme is used on all four films with slight variations on each.
  • However, there are several variations from the ideal even within the early plays.
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Meaning of variation

  • noun An instance of change; the rate or magnitude of change
  • noun An activity that varies from a norm or standard
    any variation in his routine was immediately reported
  • noun A repetition of a musical theme in which it is modified or embellished
  • noun An artifact that deviates from a norm or standard
    he patented a variation on the sandal
  • noun The process of varying or being varied
  • noun (astronomy) any perturbation of the mean motion or orbit of a planet or satellite (especially a perturbation of the earth's moon)
  • noun The act of changing or altering something slightly but noticeably from the norm or standard
    who is responsible for these variations in taxation?