Talking of Herbert Spencer," he began, "do you really find no logical difficulty in regarding Nature as a process of involution, passing from definite coherent homogeneity
to indefinite incoherent heterogeneity?
What's that jawbreaker definition about something or other, of Spencer's, that you sprang on us the other day - that indefinite, incoherent homogeneity
Lansing struck Vogelstein, even after he had made all allowance for the abnormal homogeneity
of the American mass, as really considerable.
The European Banking Authority homogeneity
requirement aims to facilitate the assessment of underlying risks by investors and to enable them to perform robust due diligence.
The three key terms are homogeneity
, pseudo family, and long-term employment.
Recourse to a purported ideal of societal homogeneity
has become common in the context of the refugee reception crisis--not only in Japan, as Leppold et al report, but also throughout Europe.
4 400 m excavation homogeneity
range 2, 3 000 m excavation homogeneity
range 4, 2 850 m excavation material, 2 850 m ditch filling, 525 m construction road construction.
Application and power of criteria for testing the homogeneity
A new diagnostic technique was developed to investigate the electrical homogeneity
of the electrically-active defect distribution in the AlGaN/GaN high electron mobility transistor (HEMT) epi-structure constructed on Si with minimum sample preparation steps.
Chromasens' next-generation CORONA II LED line scan illuminator combines excellent homogeneity
of light distribution with enhanced illumination strength up to 2,500,000 lux, allowing line scan cameras to operate at faster speeds.
Barton Fabrications, a UK-based supplier of silos to the plastics industry, says it is experiencing growing interest in its static cone blender, which it says addresses and improves plastic feedstock homogeneity
Our cosmological model is based on the assumption that homogeneity
applies," lead author Roger Clowes (http://thespacereporter.