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'The homogonous loss of lives we are now witnessing through police brutality is just a tip of the icebergs more is yet to come if we allow the two in power,' said Atandi.
Sayedi, "Leveraging spatial analysis on homogonous regions of color images for skin classification," in Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Computer and Knowledge Engineering (ICCKE '14), pp.
[23] on small sample sizes (i.e., rule of 500; Comreyand Lee [25], with 100 = poor, 200 = fair, 300 = good, 500 = very good, 1,000 or more = excellent), the sample was again extremely homogonous in terms of ethnicity and was all Dutch speaking.
I read somewhere and I have to agree that women are not a homogonous group and that we as such, have very different experiences, needs and expectations.
The DEA efficiency of the firm is measured by estimating the ratio of virtual outputs to virtual inputs in relation to the group of homogonous firms-Decision Making Units (Cooper, Seiford and Tone, 2007).
Needless to say, the pre-release expectation from 'Ek Tha Tiger' was homogonous. And the film makers have met audience's expectations in delivering a sure-shot blockbuster at the box office.