homocentric


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ho·mo·cen·tric

 (hō′mə-sĕn′trĭk, hŏm′ə-)
adj.
Having the same center.
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homocentric

(ˌhəʊməʊˈsɛntrɪk; ˌhɒm-)
adj
having the same centre; concentric
ˌhomoˈcentrically adv
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Adj.1.homocentric - having a common center; "concentric rings"
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The present article revolved around issues that, though not synonymous, can be seen as homocentric: time and timelessness, progress and loss, death and life.
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The soliton from its initial position, where it appears as two homocentric ring solitons, is shrinking until t = 2.8 appears as a single-ring soliton.
The seeming incongruity of this merger of an objective scientific instrument with a column designed in accordance with the classical tradition of homocentric idealism is a reminder that similar confrontations occurred throughout the intellectual disciplines during this century of change.
The subtle fluidity of heterocentric and homocentric perspective in medieval literature has been amply demonstrated.
The first is homocentric which explains that research and technology would explain all needs of animals, while the second is biocentric which holds the reality that animals should be kept at semi-natural environmental conditions in social bonds.