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homogenous

The same. The value of property in a homogenous neighborhood is relatively easy to determine because of ample evidence regarding recent sales of comparable sites.

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Visual inspection initial action through time series plots, Ljung box Test, Mann Kendall Test conformed that data was stationary, independent and homogenous and further used for regional analysis.
For orbits confined to the equatorial plane of a homogenous oblate spheroidal mass [1, 8]; [eta] [equivalent to] 0 (or d[eta] [equivalent to] 0) and substituting the explicit expressions for the components of metric tensor in the equatorial plane yields (3.
Even if the population of Earth interbred to create a homogenous culture, even if all nations adopted laissez-faire economic systems, promoted liberty, and were allowed to retain their right to secede, in such an idealistic utopia where mankind has mastered the art of self-government, one is left to question whether there would be any need for representative government at all.
The accuracy of the homogenous HDL-C assay was not impaired by free hemoglobin up to 10 mg/L [23].
The iron structure is very brittle after magnesium treatment, but becomes fully ductile after the dissolution of the block to produce a very homogenous microstructure.
Contributors to the proposed book are the most active and most productive computational scientists in the field of homogenous synthetic and biological catalysis.
the freezing point of not higher than -40 C, a clear homogenous colored liquid with no mechanical impurities; the freezing point of not higher than -40 C, a clear homogenous colored liquid with no mechanical impurities; the freezing point of not higher than -40 C, a clear homogenous colored liquid with no mechanical impurities
TEHRAN (FNA)- Physicists managed to make homogenous cylindrical objects completely invisible in the microwave range.
The geometry of curvature homogenous pseudo-Riemannian manifolds.
As a result, unlike other heat flow sensors, the HSS7 DSC sensor does not require a homogenous sensor temperature.