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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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Several studies reviewed were limited by their small sample sizes and the homogeneousness of the sample, which limits their external validity (the ability to generalize the findings from the sample to the greater population).
He did not yet appreciate Iqbal's tactful warning in Allahabad that national homogeneousness in India - a 'continent' - was extremely difficult toachieve; that 'Hindu India' would need a 'complete overhauling of her social structure' (meaning its case system) if it was going to seriously demand the creation of a nation-state for all Indians; and that it needed to acquire the kind of political and ethical homogeneousness that Islam provided as a 'free gift'.
Our starting data, related to the first drawing in October, confirm the previous table and highlight a substantial homogeneousness between the two groups, male and female.
In an age of homogeneousness, you should stand out because of what you do better and not sink into the quagmire of sameness by being busy trying to copy others.
Results show that the coatings' crystallization shows little change with the increase in ethanol content up to 15%, but the density, homogeneousness, and adhesion with the substrate of HAp coatings obviously improved.