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homogenized

[hōmoj′ənīzd]
Etymology: Gk, homos, same, genein, to produce
the state of having undergone homogenization; having a uniform texture or consistency throughout.
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Dual-feed systems instantaneously convert two independent liquid streams into one fully homogenized product.
His bottom line: "Place itself cannot be homogenized.
Prepare phase C by dispersing Deposilk Q1 in water and add to homogenized product.
For example, the quantification of the amount of compound via mass spectrometry can only be achieved if the sample is fully homogenized without degradation or contamination.
They ate way too much Taco Bell, found out just how homogenized the world is, shared the stage with veteran rockers like the Hot Snakes and promising newcomers Dios and the Unicorns, and took countless roles of film from the window of the van.
In Uncommon Places, he not only brings the lessons of his contemporaries Douglas Huebler, Ed Ruscha, and Dan Graham to the twentieth-century American photographic tradition, but also integrates Pop's disengaged signifiers--turning an eye trained by a stint at Warhol's Factory on an increasingly homogenized United States--with Conceptual art's flirtation with the typological.
The ubiquity of modern transport is one of the greatest blessings of the modern world - and one of its greatest problems, not only by destroying the upper atmosphere but by helping generate a completely homogenized planet.
So they must be invaded, homogenized, and, if necessary, resettled.
At such moments her courage and conviction effectively remind us that "unlike dairy products, sexuality absolutely does not need to be homogenized.
After cooling, raw sand, clay and carbons could be added as dictated by a computer file based on pattern scheduling, and the sand further homogenized before being transferred to the return sand storage bunkers.