unvariegated

unvariegated

(ʌnˈvɛərɪˌɡeɪtɪd)
adj
(Botany) (of leaves) not variegated; uniform (esp in colour); not varied or characterized by variety
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Large (2008: 46) problematises this outlook and argues for the need for Western scholarship to move away from describing Sino-Africa relations from the framework of "a monolithic Chinese dragon in an unvariegated African bush stripped of historical and political content".
Kidd on Gaelic books in the West Indies, and by Gail Low on the West Indian Readers--are richly detailed and rewarding, as is Wilson McLeod's reading of Gaelic poetry as part of the canon of Britishness and imperial ideology: 'although it is certainly not impossible to excavate and emphasise dissonant notes within the literary corpus, there is a risk that doing so may distort or misrepresent what is actually a very largely unvariegated body of work in terms of its basic ideological outlook and assumptions.
This rather unvariegated reality has played its part in shaping historians' sense of the predictability of early modern Russian administrative growth.
However, the distinction does little to differentiate what still appears as an unvariegated Moroccan mass with a common sense of national identity.
102) Yet legal traditions are not unvariegated wholes; they have differing components.
Yet as soon as we consent to the dominant terms and frameworks in which "the public" has come to be invoked and described, it becomes impossible to defend, justify, or explain the work of the human sciences--and not to that massive, unvariegated public to whom we are supposed to speak but to those elites who want the state to get out of the business of creating social opportunities or pursuing social and economic justice.
If support for equal rights and tolerance were to be expressed in the form of an unvariegated hostility to religion, the South, or rural America ("take your pickup-driving, gun toting, grit-seating, Bible-thumping freak show back to Alabama, where it belongs
Resulting transfer looks generally OK except for two elements -- the generally flat, unvariegated flesh tones, and a visual jumpiness that often occurs when the camera pans or tilts or when vehicles go by at certain speeds.
That's why Ruzicka's favorites include unvariegated greens such as maiden grass and sheep fescue (Festuca ovina).
Can we talk about Islam as an unvariegated phenomenon?