inconsistency : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  the relation between propositions that cannot both be true at the same time
  • n  the quality of being inconsistent and lacking a harmonious uniformity among things or parts

  • Clinton plans to exploit every whiff of inconsistency.
  • With that dizzying record of stop-go inconsistency, Chicago Mayor Jane Byrne made it even less likely that the citizens of Chicago will miss her erratic leadership.
  • Instead of quibbling over the significance of high-crossed t's and un-dotted i's, the Marseille system, basically, studies the consistency or inconsistency of style, the degree .
News & Articles

  • Monday Morning Manager: A Weekly Take on the Detroit Tigers
    Last Week: 5-1 This Week: at KC (6/10-12); at MIN (6/14-16) So, What Happened? A week ago Sunday, MMM was gabbing on a weekly podcast he co-hosts , and the subject was the Tigers and their inconsistency. They were coming off a 2-5 week. "Who knows?" MMM said, "Maybe they'll go out and have a great week this week. That's how they roll." That's exactly what they did. A series win over the Tampa ...
    June 10, 2013 - Bleacher Report

  • Terry Francona in
    When he is relaxed and comfortable and just executing pitches, there may not be a better pitcher in the game,Francona said. "Again, there's been some things he's fighting. Some of it is inconsistency because of work, and it was hard for...
  • John McCain in Washington Post
    They're the handiwork of lobbyists, with all the inconsistency and irrationality that involves,McCain said.
  • David Beckham in Los Angeles Times
    Obviously, Pete's one of my best friends,Beckham said, "so I think it was a hard tackle but by no means a red card. That's the inconsistency, unfortunately, we've got with some of the officials in the league. I've never gone into a tackle...

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