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VARVariable/Variation
VARValue-Added Reseller (usually of technology products)
VARVacuum Arc Remelted
VARVisual-Aural Range
VARVeluwse Afval Recycling (Dutch waste recycling company; Netherlands)
VARVarna, Bulgaria - Varna (Airport Code)
VARVisual-Aural Radio Range
VARVolcanic Activity Reporting
VARVoltage Adjusting Rheostat
VARVendor Approval Request
VARVehicle Anomaly Report
VARVereinte Arabische Republik (UAR; Egypt & Syria 1958-1961)
VARValue Assurance Review
VARVisit Access Request
VARVideo-to-Audio Carrier Ratio
VARValidation Assessment Report
VARVulnerability Assessment Review
VARVoice Access Router
VARVector Auto-Regressive/ion
VARVuestra Alteza Real (Spanish: Your Royal Highness)
VARVisual Acuity Rating (optometry)
VARVulnerability Assessment Report
VARVolt-Ampere Reactive
VARValue At Risk
VARVariant
VARVariety
VARVariance Analysis Report
VARVirginia Association of Realtors (trade association)
VARValue Added Reseller
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A religious sect may degenerate into a political faction in a part of the Confederacy; but the variety of sects dispersed over the entire face of it must secure the national councils against any danger from that source.
The former was, we believe, of the composite order; for it included in its composition a multitude of ornaments and a great variety of proportions.
For the side grounds, you are to fill them with variety of alleys, private, to give a full shade, some of them, wheresoever the sun be.
Hence, the prodigious exterior variety of these edifices, at whose foundation dwells so much order and unity.
The natural strength of such literature will, of course, be in the line of its tendencies; in transparency, variety, and directness.
Seeing his own shadow reflected in the water, he greatly admired the size and variety of his horns, but felt angry with himself for having such slender and weak feet.
From the strong principle of inheritance, any selected variety will tend to propagate its new and modified form.
Other things being equal, the value of a book, and especially of an author's whole work, is proportional to its range, that is to the breadth and variety of the life and characters which it presents.
This requires, (1) Unity, (2) Variety, (3) Order, (4) Proportion, and (5) due Emphasis of parts.
My design, when I went abroad, was to divert myself by seeing the wondrous variety of prospects, beasts, birds, fishes, insects, and vegetables, with which God has been pleased to enrich the several parts of this globe; a variety which, as it must give great pleasure to a contemplative beholder, so doth it admirably display the power, and wisdom, and goodness of the Creator.
You will pardon me," cries Jones; "but I have always imagined that there is in this very work you mention as great variety as in all the rest; for, besides the difference of inclination, customs and climates have, I am told, introduced the utmost diversity into human nature.
Who was Born in Newgate, and during a Life of continu'd Variety for Threescore Years, besides her Childhood, was Twelve Year a Whore, five times a Wife (whereof once to her own Brother), Twelve Year a Thief, Eight Year a Transported Felon in Virginia, at last grew Rich, liv'd Honest, and dies a Penitent.