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1. To differ from or be at odds with someone or something else. Our findings vary from the Pentagon's official report. The behavior of bees sprayed with the neurochemical vary drastically from that of unaffected bees.
2. To be different between two or more people, things, or groups. Reception of the proposed legislation varies from person to person, but the overall consensus is that it is the right step for the country. Certain traffic laws on vary widely from one state to another.
3. To change or alter from one state to another. Reactions to the film have varied from mild dislike to intense hatred. The weather in this part of the country can vary from cold rain to warm sunshine in the space of an hour.
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vary from (something to something)

to fluctuate over the range from something to something. The colors vary from red to orange. It varies from warm to very hot during the summer.
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vary from

v.
To be different than something or someone; deviate from something or someone: The researchers determined that the behavior of children who took the medicine varied from normal patterns of behavior.
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Space needs vary from 60 square feet per participant of multipurpose space (exclusive of kitchens, bathrooms, offices, hallways and storage space) to 100 square feet -- again, with dementia facilities requiring more space.
For these conditions, the roll off rates vary from 15.
There is a risk that the fund will vary from the target weightings in the underlying funds due to factors such as market fluctuations.
While some core software assets are common to all products, others are optional or will vary from product to product.
The work, published in this week's online issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, found that the levels of several genes used by blood cells vary from person to person.
While stock options are granted to employees typically once a year, vesting schedules and the term, or duration, of a grant are often driven by legal and tax rules that vary from one country to another.
2) 24X CD-ROM data transfer rates may vary from 150 KB/s to 3600 KB/s.
CD-RW drive data transfer rates may vary as follows: for recording to CD-R media, the data transfer rate may vary from 150 to 600KB/s; for writing to CD-RW media, the data transfer rate may vary from 150 to 300KB/s; for reading CD media, the data transfer rate may vary from 1500 to 3600KB/s.
Estimates of production from properties and facilities not yet in production are based on similar factors but there is a greater likelihood that actual results will vary from estimates due to a lack of actual experience.
Applications may vary from retail version and may not include all
g) Transferable Rate 14X Max CD-ROM: 14X Max CD-ROM drive data transfer rates may vary from 1200 to 1800 Kbps; Transfer Rate 20X Max CD-ROM: 20X Max CD-ROM drive data transfer rates may vary from 1300 to 3000 Kbps.
Distribution of small surface exposures and rubble zones suggest widths of the structure to vary from 20 to 50 metres.