Similar words: stability, unstability, instability, inevitability, accountability, unpredictability, ability, viability. Meaning: [‚mjuːtə'bɪlətɪ] n. the quality of being capable of mutation.
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1 Despite its apparent mutability, E. coli does have the power to protect its genetic integrity.
2 Newspeak, doublethink, the mutability of the past.
3 The mutability of the past is the central tenet of Ingsoc.
4 This outward mutability indicated, and did not more than fairly express,[www.Sentencedict.com] the various properties of her inner life.
5 The mutability of the Point class creates a documentation burden for every method that accepts a Point parameter or returns a Point.
6 Apart from the intrinsic mutability of influenza viruses, other factors could alter the severity of current disease patterns, though in completely unknowable ways, if the virus continues to spread.
7 Objective To study the mutability of ultra sodium pyrosulfite intake on ultrastructure changes and spermatogonium mice testis.
8 Python also has a concept of mutability and immutability: a tuple, for example, is an immutable list.
9 Apart from the intrinsic mutability of influenza viruses, other factors could alter the severity of current disease patterns, though in completely unknowable ways.
10 The oral media have accustomed people to continual and infinitely practicable mutability.
11 Combinations of these agents are administered to counteract the virus's inherent mutability , but that strategy does not always ward off resistance to the medicines, including the protease inhibitors.
12 The former building and Mycenaean civilization has been disappeared together. There are only fragments of wall, megalith and steps left. They go down to the mutability of history.
13 For example, writing high-performance, correct multithreaded code is difficult in object-oriented languages because of the myriad mutability mechanisms.
14 That definition is revealing the science, the assumption, the explanation, the prediction, the verification and the mutability of the scientific hypothesis' characters.
15 The scale of urban population has become one of the most important research fields in urban science because of its mutability and the importance of determining it.
16 Finally, in the narrative perspective, Vonnegut perfects the postmodern game through the mutability of the first person and third person and the parody of Jesus Christ.
17 From the estuary to the middle reaches, the brittleness of man's constructions is juxtaposed with the mutability of the river's flow.
18 Thus, just as earlier theories have explained the mobility of the continents. So hot spots may explain their mutability (inconstancy).
19 It brings very heavy risk to the enterprise of oil sell be by the mutability of time value.
20 When I argue that architecture must be experienced via the body in space all the joy of the liquification and its volatile mutability in dissolving this moment is gone in the static images.
21 There are some class immutable is impossible, then try to limit the mutability of them.
22 Even on its own terms, the idea that status matters has its own internal mutability.
23 The authors chose to add the AcksTo to the CreateSequence, since it would avoid the issues regarding the possible mutability of the wsa:From element from message to message within a Sequence.
24 There are a number of other minor issues, such as years being indexed from 1900 and months from 0, but the key problem is mutability.
25 Ironically, the performance benefit of the decision to make Point mutable is dwarfed by the additional cost of the defensive copying required by Point's mutability.
26 Hbase is built on top of Hadoop and is designed for low-latency and data mutability.
27 Thus just as earlier theories have explained the mobility of the continents, so hot spots may explain their mutability (inconstancy).
28 It is man who Asclepius of Athens, arguing from his mutability of character and from his self-transforming nature.
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