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nonuniform

(ˌnɒnˈjuːnɪˌfɔːm)
adj
not uniform or homogeneous
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Adj.1.nonuniform - not homogeneous
heterogeneous, heterogenous - consisting of elements that are not of the same kind or nature; "the population of the United States is vast and heterogeneous"
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Popular annual favourites are the bake sale, a nonuniform day, and sponsored events such as readathons and a rowathon.
The problem with microwave curing is hot spots and cold spots because of nonuniform microwave absorption.
They ate lunch at a specially-decorated table and issued a number of decrees to their "subjects" - including chocolate biscuits for everyone and a nonuniform day where everyone had to wear red, white or blue.
In the existing study results under DETCS, a nonuniform transmission period exists when the event trigger selects the transmission data.
Nonuniform WNV antibody decay rates in free-ranging birds underscore the need for cautious interpretation of avian serology results in the context of arbovirus surveillance and epidemiology.
Her latest fund-raising effort was a themed nonuniform day at her Nuneaton school, Wembrook Primary, where pupils and staff all donned various forms of headgear.
The generous schoolboy opted to hold a nonuniform day at Ysgol Y Deri as a fundraiser for Follow Your Dreams.
Furthermore, the second quantizer performs nonuniform quantization since it provides high quality for additional data compression with a small number of quantization levels.
The system will identify key defects such as splice imperfections, nonuniform edges, widths, gauges and other major defects.
The actions being taken now are nonuniform and random in nature.
Schools are holding nonuniform days while people are baking and selling Christmas cakes or mince pies.
This is a process that was previously done manually because of the nonuniform shape of baked goods.