pagkakaiba, pagbabago, kaibhan, kabaguhan, pag-iiba
Noun(1) an event that departs from expectations(2) discord that splits a group(3) the second moment around the mean; the expected value of the square of the deviations of a random variable from its mean value(4) a difference between conflicting facts or claims or opinions(5) the quality of being subject to variation(6) an official dispensation to act contrary to a rule or regulation (typically a building regulation(7) an activity that varies from a norm or standard
(1) Clearly at variance with his boss, he can see no basis on which Britain should join the euro.(2) It happens when a newspaper needs something from government officials - a zoning variance , a broadcast license renewal.(3) The method allowed him to investigate the independence of the sample mean and sample variance in certain cases.(4) Yet nothing could be more at variance with our educational heritage.(5) Mitchell's failure to name those who paid for a private opinion poll during the election campaign appeared at variance with his public pleas for openness and accountability.(6) A statistical test for significance of the regression coefficient requires its variance .(7) Mr Atkinson said there was a well defined process for members who had other interests which might be at variance with their role on the board.(8) He said such an approach was at variance with established legal principles with regard to fair procedure.(9) In fact, the conclusion of our study is at variance with their assertion.(10) The public debate was misinformed and very much at variance with the position set out by the CEO.(11) they were at variance with all their previous allies(12) Common statistical methods, including chi square, analysis of variance , and multiple regression were used to analyze the data.(13) The figures were at variance with the Irish Hospitality Industry Alliance, which said up to 65,000 jobs would be lost if the blanket ban was introduced.(14) her light tone was at variance with her sudden trembling(15) Last but not least, try not to be at variance with anyone.(16) When a health authority is made aware of clinical activity at variance with best practice in the private sector, it is still duty bound to investigate and act.
(1) at variance :: magkaiba
1. difference ::
2. variation ::
3. division ::
5. discrepancy ::
6. variant ::
1. accord ::
2. agreement ::
3. concord ::
4. concordance ::
5. harmony ::
6. peace ::
Different Formsvariance, variances
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