homogenic


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homogenic

 [ho″mo-jen´ik]
homozygous (see homozygosity).

homogenic

homozygous.
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Homogenic structure based on honeycomb pattern which is used while shaping the inside of the elements made in additive technologies, can be replaced by heterogenic structure which ultimately will assure optimal strength and mass properties.
Bjork's Homogenic and Portishead's Dummy are in /SON's orbit--the music on all three albums surrounds the lead vocalist's vulnerability in an intoxicating, polyglot ceremony.
Me hace recordar aquellos "paisajes emocionales" de los que nos habla Bjork en "Joga", una hermosisima cancion de su disco Homogenic (1997).
Es evidente que tras la publicacion de Homogenic, (9) Bjork, al empezar a dar forma a lo que finalmente seria Vespertine, paso por una etapa de fascinacion por la poesia de Cummings que podria haber llegado a concretarse en una obra articulada en torno a ella y caracterizada por un tono mas solemne, o propiamente heroico, que el sensual que predomina en el resultado final.
Induced immune tolerance of autoantigen loaded immature dendritic cells in homogenic lupus mice.
The mass parenchyma was homogenic and hypoechoic and was determined to have an increased blood flow by Doppler assessment.
On the same album, Homogenic, she also describes herself as a hunter on the prowl, and as someone who wants to be in a "state of emergency.
D: Over the past few months, I've been listening a lot to Bjork's Homogenic and David Bowie's Ziggy Stardust.
126) calls the "extension of productive derivational principles beyond their conventional boundaries," can be seen in a large number of words, including the approximate or invented verbs intersectioning, resoluting, satisfactionate, securiting and successing; the nouns analytism, assimilisation, chemics, competensity, controversiality, governmentality, interventing, methodics, militarians and paradigma; and the non-standard adjectives and adverbs deliminated, devaluarised, disturbant, emperious, femininised, homogenic, intentiously, methodologic, nationalisised, proletariatic, quitely, strategical and theoretitised.
By the time Frank travelled to England he likely knew of Carpenter's struggles to live openly as a homosexual and his earlier writings on homosexuality, such as his Homogenic Love (1894) and The Intermediate Sex: A Study of Some Transitional Types of Men and Women (1908).
Iceland's natural environment inspires Bjork, who has tried to capture its essence in some of her songs, including "Joga" from her 1997 album Homogenic.