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Homogeneous

Exhibiting a high degree of homogeneity.

Homogeneity

The state of being alike or similar. In investing, a portfolio may be homogeneous if its securities are largely in the same industry or type. For example, a portfolio consisting exclusively of stocks is said to be homogeneous.
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are two homogeneously equivalent zero-free K-labellings, then [R.
With this method, batches of solid as well as liquid ingredients can be mixed quickly and very homogeneously.
Dry mortars are a blend of inorganic binders, mineral aggregates and additives, which are homogeneously mixed in the factory in a high-efficiency mixer and transported to the job site in dry form in bags or silos.
This is implemented homogeneously in the whole EU territory, an EU official said.
only two cables connecting to each server (one power cable, and one network cable) -- standards-compliant Ethernet RDMA clustering performance comparable to Infiniband -- enable fabric convergence of storage, networking, clustering, management and boot traffic on one wire -- support Linux and Windows operating systems -- be cost competitive -- have independent benchmark data and referenceable installations available for various aspects of the converged network with special emphasis on stability, flexibility, and scalability -- homogeneously connect to other installations at Purdue and other universities -- support various legacy and current application types
Ability to group students homogeneously for guided reading to accommodate children's ongoing changing needs (this often requires moving students between groups).
I had simply never before heard this music played with such expression and so homogeneously.
Comparing the new plastomers with Dow's Engage polyolefin elastomers, Dow's Infuse olefin block copolymers, and ExxonMobil's Exact plastomers, Basell global marketing manager Remi Perrin says, "We can achieve a higher level of performance due to the low-percentage of crystalline phase homogeneously dispersed in the butene-1 polymer.
1b) shows the brightly and homogeneously enhancing meningioma in the left carotid space.
According to Jim Ward, president of FBK, an antimicrobial additive can be homogeneously mixed directly into resin.
The nucleotide and amino acid substitutions were homogeneously distributed across the sequence and were different for each isolate.
Using this technology, both electrically conductive and non-conductive substrates in a variety of shapes and sizes can be coated homogeneously.