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It is strongly hoped that in coming episodes of its history media will create better and authentic homogenity and nationalism the in society.
It other words, the paper defines the religious homogenity based on the ethnic, linguistic, ceremonial and cultural factors that lead to a European Personalist Model of Church-State Relations.
Designed for factory mortar and cement applications, Dolanit 18 offers improved homogenity, improved workability, crack bridging, reduced shrinkage, improved ductile properties and higher tensile strengths, according to the company.
Stochastic simulation of the influence of variation of mineral material and dose weight on the homogenity of hot-mix asphalt, Construction and Building Materials 22(9): 2007-2014.
So, echosignal carries valuable information about morphology of tissue--shape, homogenity and structure.
The "eastern model" of nation building is, predominantly, related to sentiments of common territory, blood ties, genealogies, population movements, vernacular languages, tradition and customs, thus implying a group's homogenity, whereas the "western" one is related to legal and political community, citizenship, egalitarianism, liberty and democracy, civil culture, thus heterogenity; Saga Nedeljkovic, Cast, krv i suze (Belgrade: Zlatni zmaj/Odeljenje za etnologiju i antropologiju Filozofskog fakulteta, 2007).
The Levene's test of homogenity of variance for the quality improvement variable was 0.
The degree to which a traveller subscribed to this convention depended on the social class from which he came; an aristocratic supporter of the Ancien Regime did not have the same outlook as a member of the rising bourgeoisie, as a comparison between the narratives of the Marquis de Marcillac and Jean de Bourgoing illustrates (9), but on the whole there is a remarkable homogenity among the European travellers who visited Spain, especially during the second half of the eighteenth century.