homogenisation


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Noun1.homogenisation - the act of making something homogeneous or uniform in composition; "the homogenization of cream"; "the network's homogenization of political news"
blending, blend - the act of blending components together thoroughly
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This will include early morning collection of marine shellfish samples from a central delivery depot, inputting of sample details online on to a marine institute data base, preparatory dissections, homogenisation and delivery of tissue samples to the marine institute, galway.
The threat of their homogenisation is never far away, and Hexham MP Guy Opperman has brought that into focus.
Far from adding to the mix, as the Co-operative suggests in its letter to the Pontcanna Hub, its store, in all probability, will lead to the homogenisation of the area.
Without them there will be homogenisation of TV and we will end up with the same shows.
Taking place on 21-22 August 2012 at Fortune Select Manohar, Hyderabad, India, this conference will have domestic and international speakers sharing their expertise and experience on key aspects like various stabilizers, dissolution studies, surface characterisation techniques like PCS, LD, FEM and X-ray, homogenisation techniques and terminal/non-terminal sterilisation.
The tow melting point of 85 C and a sufficient dwell time in the screw chamber led to the required homogenisation of the colour pigments with the basic polymer in the melt.
Those behind the European Project slowly, but surely, continue with their homogenisation agenda and miss no opportunity to bury national identities under the banner of the EU.
The human spirit is reduced by the homogenisation of identity and culture, ultimately extinguishing the potential for personal enrichment.