In 1905, a group of Indians from a variety of native peoples united to entrench “tribal sovereignty” against federal power.
In my view, this exacts a heavy toll on live performance, collaborative esthetics, and the variety of life and its expression.
Before, they gave you a variety: corn, a little meat; in the summer, vegetables.
The Gloucestershire countryside, where he finds himself through a variety of funny circumstances, is familiar.
How do we read works that have been kept out of print by a variety of unfair, if not outright criminal, circumstances?
It must always remain a variety for the amateur and for special localities.
She was now to be amused with variety, and the prim was offered to her contemplation.
A near-by squad was making baskets, using a variety of materials.
There is some variety in mining bauxite, for it occurs in three forms.
The many pestiferous species vary greatly in importance, depending on locality, weather and the variety.
1530s, from Middle French variété, from Latin varietatem (nominative varietas) "difference, diversity," from varius "various" (see vary). In reference to "music hall or theatrical performances of a mixed nature," first recorded 1868, American English.