We can easily ignore the vagaries of environmental constraints on behavior.
You wear what you wear and try to avoid the vagaries of fashion.
Experienced users are accustomed to this and other vagaries of the internet.
The media now have to weather the vagaries of the market on their own.
Communication is a gestalt, made up of gesture, tone and the infinite vagaries of the living face.
He's up to such vagaries--she must suffer for them.
The government has been much more successful in developing an economy which has grown and withstood the vagaries of the world markets.
Patio heaters are very popular because they offer a simple and affordable garden heating solution to the vagaries of the climate.
The mind has its own vagaries, its ups and downs.
It is easier said than done, given the vagaries of finding cash or other resources to support research.
It is an important method by which borrowers can escape the vagaries of the interest rate.
They are no longer dependent on the vagaries of the wind, or, in more ancient times, the strength of the oarsmen.
The eclipse of the phytoalexins has been caused, at least in part, by the vagaries of fashion in research in Britain.
The site is very exposed and experiences a wide range of climatic vagaries from severe winter frosts to searing summer heat.
Vagaries of the english weather have never prevented a concert from going ahead!
Bob has been a major voice in helping us to understand the vagaries weather investigators must endure.
In regard to the vagaries of the human memory an appeal to personal experience is valid.
No statement of the influence which Massachusetts has exerted upon the American people, through intellectual activity, and even through vagary, is complete without an enumeration of the names which, to Americans at least, are the signs of this influence and activity.