By sticking to the variation you hold by, there is individualism.
The fact that the suspect is a Russian national raised the specter of some variation on the Boston Marathon bombing.
They all love some variation of the group Roberts, Thomas, Alito and Scalia.
It is a variation of a scene I observed many times in the White House.
But by turning the dwarfs into a variation of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Mirror Mirror becomes even more disjointed.
The narrowness of the two western bays accounts for the variation at that end.
He was glad to have discovered that variation; but he could discover nothing else.
In each of these a certain god or group of gods held sway, the variation being caused by racial and other considerations.
The variation seemed in a manner proportional to the pressure.
A variation in the depth of color of these lines adds to the effectiveness of the design.
late 14c., from Old French variation, from Latin variationem (nominative variatio) "a difference, variation, change," from past participle stem of variare "to change" (see vary). The musical sense is attested from 1801.
variation var·i·a·tion (vâr'ē-ā'shən, vār'-)
The act, process, or result of varying.
The state or fact of being varied.
The extent or degree to which something varies.
Something slightly different from another of the same type.
Marked difference or deviation from the normal or recognized form, function, or structure.
An organism exhibiting such difference or deviation.
A function that relates the values of one variable to those of other variables.