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homogeneity

 [ho″mo-jĕ-ne´ĭ-te]
the state of being homogeneous.

homogeneity

The degree to which the results of two or more studies included in a review or meta-analysis are similar.

homogeneity

the state of being homogeneous.
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In term of homogenity of temperature distribution, the specimen 4 seems to be the most favorable.
Interestingly Schmidt detects a tendency towards homogenity in the use of metaphor that seems to mirror the dubious equation of political systems detected by White.
HUNGARY Charlie Csak Kell Neked (Tomorrow Won't Be Blue): Typical of the blanding down, increasing homogenity of Eurovision is this tedious ballad by Michael Bolton lookalike Charlie.
The many violent and continuous changes that have taken place since the break-up of that Spanish-American empire, of re-drawing of frontiers and changing of names, destroyed its homogenity.
This group included fourteen boys and eleven girls, all of whom were Caucasian, which reflected the racial and ethnic homogenity of the community.
In conducting our research, we sought to achieve three objectives: (1) to improve both the low- and high-temperature rheological properties of CMCRA; (2) to achieve a proper dispersion of CMCRA, resulting in improved homogenity in the CRMA matrix; and(3) to produce a CMCRA that states would use by choice rather than statute.
The homogenity of the nineteenth century has given way to a very different twentieth century culture.