(1) However, the impact of the so-called Dutch wars on the history of English drama was more variegated .(2) Gilded Hawke is a variegated curly ivy with grey-green central colouring and gold margins.(3) Most striking about the photo is its ability to convey not the abstraction of grief, but the specific, variegated ways in which it shows itself.(4) Sea view: snorkelling swimmers at Australia's Barrier Reef can catch an inspiring glimpse of giant clams, sharks and variegated coral.(5) The entering daylight streaks her high-waisted silk gown, as if invaded by sunset, with trails of variegated colours.(6) It is a beautifully variegated yarn, and was very nice to work with.(7) Work began on the cathedral in 1064, to be faced in entirely in variegated bands of marble.(8) Many women have spoken of variegated , deep feelings after abortion, its procedures altering a significant biological course, and to articulate these, perhaps cathartic art forms are best.(9) I am knitting a scarf in a variegated blue-ish green-ish rainbow-ish tone.(10) To create the illusion on Shelburne's mocha ware teapot, small particles of dried, variegated wedged clay were thoroughly mixed into a larger batch of blue clay.(11) The walls and the floor were covered with variegated marbles, and the roof of cedar wood was covered with lead.(12) Most cities are multiple, variegated , diffuse than concentrated, like a view in which one first sees the morning mist and then the hard light of noon.(13) About 200 artists from 30 countries have provided their works in order to create the variegated and impressive collection of this year's triennial.(14) Many of these young guys, in the youth movement, have highly variegated backgrounds.(15) Being organised as part of the Bharat Darshan show series, the programme is expected to be a synthesis of variegated folk art forms of North India.(16) Jerusalem is one of the world's oldest cities, with layer upon variegated layer of culture and tradition bearing witness to ancient origins.