having a wide variety of skills
The property of being versatile or having many different abilities; flexibility.
the quality or state of being versatile; versatileness
Etymology: [Cf. F. versatilit.]
The numerical value of versatility in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of versatility in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
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Time has come for Alassio Italy to rediscover the versatility of this plant, including its medical and, why not, recreational use.
Compared to other teams in China and the U.S. we have focused a lot on the versatility. So this (HyQ) platform can do many different motions ranging from very fast motions like a run or a jump. But it can also do the more careful navigation on rough terrain where we need to plan really one foothold after the next. And this is important, once we see the 3D map of the environment we can start to understand how to best move through that environment, we don't want to be the fastest or the best climber, but we want to have a machine that can do many of these motions; as in the real world, the machine will need to have many different skills.
Cooking with tomatoes doesn’t have to be complicated. Don’t underestimate the versatility of a platter of slow roasted tomatoes.
Pumpkins first originated in Central America and Mexico. Winter squash are native to northern Argentina, near the Andes. Over many years these gourds have become a favorite of home gardeners due to their hardiness, productivity, and versatility in the kitchen.
Ask yourself, ‘How soft or layered do I want the texture and pile of the carpet to be? How do I want it to feel underfoot when I step out of bed?’ for versatility, the best carpet shades for most schemes are charcoal, taupe and sand.
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