1.Serious photographers variously claim to be finding, recording, impartially observing, witnessing events, exploring themselves—anything but making works of art.
2.Look at the recent Rambo film, variously titled Rambo and John Rambo.
3.By 10 o'clock the women have turned their hands variously to making pickles, embroidering saris or collecting rubbish.
4.At first Europeans were suspicious: the potato was variously thought to be an aphrodisiac, to cause leprosy or to be poisonous.
5.Inside, a heavyset older woman, head partly veiled, sat behind a wooden counter on top of which rested a row of variously sized glass bottles.
6.Yet, with the vague ideas I conjured up from the rest, I spun out a variously coloured thread on which to string the illustrations.
7.Thus the men can be seen in shirts and jeans, the women may be variously outfitted in jeans, tops, shirts and dresses.
8.The people around them are variously scary, comical, noble and grotesque, to be pitied, feared and wondered at.
9.Hand forging tools comprise variously shaped hammers. The base on which the work is supported during forging is the anvil.