Inconsistencies [noun]

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Inconsistencies in the author's spelling, punctuation, and use of hyphens have been retained as in the original book.

And after all,’ ses he, ‘what is the world but a whirling mass of inconsistencies, and everything changes but man.

"It might have been better for me in the long run," said he, quietly, passing over the inconsistencies of her speech.

Transcriber's note: Minor spelling and punctuation inconsistencies, mainly quotes that had not been closed, have been harmonized.

There are numerous spelling inconsistencies in proper and place names as well as within accented characters.

Spelling, hyphenation, punctuation, and indentation inconsistencies have been retained from the original book.

There are contradictions and inconsistencies in the story as told by the different witnesses.

"You're full of contradictions and inconsistencies," Nick however objected.

Inconsistencies in hyphenation and spelling have been retained.

The inconsistencies in the use of exalted/exhalted are as in the original.