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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - The quality of being resistant to change; A quality of uniformity and lack of difference.

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  • So there is, as we might put it, a core of invariability surrounded by a variable periphery.
  • Is this law of the invariability of light velocity in relation to any desired inertial system valid?
  • Bury has drawn attention to the importance of the notion of the invariability of the laws of nature for the idea of progress.
  • The Cartesian philosophy posited two fundamental axioms—the supremacy of reason and the invariability of the laws of nature. for more
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