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From one end to the other, it was homogeneous and compact.
It was not then merely a handsome city; it was a homogeneous city, an architectural and historical product of the Middle Ages, a chronicle in stone.
Servant, too, of the mightiest homogeneous mass of mankind with a capability for logical, guided development in a brotherly solidarity of force and aim such as the world had never dreamt of.
Decision Tree Analysis--Attempts to separate a group of risks into homogeneous groups based on an identified response variable.
The study shows that property taxes are most regressive in municipalities where homeowner incomes vary widely but property values are relatively homogeneous.
Storage controllers also allow storage resources to be consolidated and virtualized with a single homogeneous management interface that can uniformly allocate, replicate and mirror data across heterogeneous storage resources throughout the enterprise.
Patients with heterogeneous appearing liver had higher body weight than those with homogeneous appearing liver (P < .
Under the current language, the products that hypothetically could be categorized homogeneous material are broad indeed.
Hedges Q statistic was used to determine which data sets were homogeneous (Hedges & Olkin, 1985).
On CT, pleomorphic adenomas generally appear to be well circumscribed, and they exhibit homogeneous enhancement following intravenous contrast administration.
He adds, "Things like slot screens or fixed-hole screens work fine on homogeneous material," but he claims they are not as effective with mixed C&D debris.