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used in Freakonomics

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varied (having variety amongst things of the same kind) — especially with regard to ideas or members of a population group
  • Though extraordinarily diverse, these crimes all have a common trait: they were sins of information.
    p. 66.2
  • But this diverse army of experts now marched out a phalanx of hypotheses to explain the drop in crime.
    p. 118.9
  • Nor does prison even begin to address the root causes of crime, which are diverse and complex.
    p. 122.7
  • Over the recent decades, a vast and diverse flock of parenting experts has arisen.
    p. 147.2
  • The girls' names are in most regards diverse, though with a fair share of literary and otherwise artful touches.
    p. 199.4
  • So parents are plainly getting more diverse with names.
    p. 201.2

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