Variant

Variant may refer to:

  • Variant name (geography), a name for a geographic feature that is not in primary use
  • Variant Chinese character, Chinese characters that can be used interchangeably
  • Chess variant, a game derived from, related to or similar to chess in at least one respect
  • Orthographical variant, a variant spelling of the same botanical name
  • Variant symlinks, a symbolic link to a file that has a variable name embedded in it
  • Variant (magazine), British cultural magazine since 1984
  • Variant type, in programming languages
  • Volkswagen Variant, an air-cooled station wagon produced until the early 1980s
  • Z-variant, unicode characters that share the same etymology but have slightly different appearances
  • Variant cover, an issue of comic books printed with multiple cover art

Other articles related to "variant, variants":

MacConkey Agar - Variant
... A variant, Sorbitol-MacConkey agar, (with the addition of additional selective agents) can assist in the isolation and differentiation of enteropathogenic E ...
Rivet Amber Crash - Design and Development
... The first RC-135 variant, the RC-135A, were ordered in 1962 by the United States Air Force to replace the Boeing RB-50 Superfortress ... Boeing allocated the variant the designation Boeing 739-700 but they were modified variant of the KC-135A then in production ... They used the same J57-P engines of the tanker variant but carried cameras in bay just aft of the nose undercarriage bay where the forward fuel tank was normally located ...
Heckler & Koch HK21 - Users
... Bangladesh HK11A1 and HK21A1 variants ... Used by the Batalhão de Operações Policiais Especiais Brunei HK21A1 variant ... Cameroon HK21 variant ...
Aṣḥama Ibn Abjar
... The term "al-Najashi" has the variant al-Negashi it corresponds to the ancient Aksumite title Negus, with the variant Negash ... correspond to the original Ge'ez name Ella-Seham, variant Sahama ...

Famous quotes containing the word variant:

    “I am willing to die for my country” is a variant of “I am willing to kill for my country.”
    Mason Cooley (b. 1927)