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ho·mog·e·nous

(hō-moj'ĕ-nŭs), Do not confuse this word with homogenous.
Having a structural similarity because of descent from a common ancestor. Commonly confused with homogeneous.
[homo- + G. genos, family, kind]

homogenous

(hə-mŏj′ə-nəs, hō-)
adj. Archaic
Exhibiting homogeny.

ho·mog·e·nous

(hŏ-moj'ĕ-nŭs)
Having a structural similarity because of descent from a common ancestor. Commonly confused with homogeneous
[homo- + G. genos, family, kind]

ho·mog·e·nous

(hŏ-moj'ĕ-nŭs)
Having a structural similarity because of descent from a common ancestor.
[homo- + G. genos, family, kind]
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3.00, moreover the value of heterogeneity statistic H1 is 0.07, that also suggests the region is homogenous. Keeping in view of these results second homogeneous region (Region-II) also consists of four sites.
For orbits confined to the equatorial plane of a homogenous oblate spheroidal mass [1, 8]; [eta] [equivalent to] 0 (or d[eta] [equivalent to] 0) and substituting the explicit expressions for the components of metric tensor in the equatorial plane yields (3.2), where the dot denotes differentiation with respect to proper time.
Therefore, the purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between testing condition (i.e., independent, cheat sheet, homogenous grouping with cheat sheet, and heterogeneous group without cheat sheet) and student test scores.
Finally, higher-performing groups tend to be the least homogenous (i.e., most heterogeneous) with respect to socially prescribed perfectionism.
Fit Statistics for the Homogeneous, Partially Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Model Model type BIC-value [L.sup.2] BIC-value [L.sup.2] (country) (country) (period) (period) Homogenous model -48743.633 17965.57 -10617.667 5087.802 Partially homogeneous -54679.130 9117.84 -11812.273 3704.353 model Heterogeneous model -53876.843 7612.46 -11729.828 3409.111 Table 3.
Because of the relatively cheap labor available in countries such as China, hand sorting of plastics remains a viable option capable of producing clean, homogenous streams of plastic.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-6 November 2002-Helsinki is more homogenous than other metropolitan areas - report (C)1994-2002 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
Application: Pulp suspensions behave increasingly like a homogenous liquid as consistency is reduced.
When comparing homogenous panels to 3-layer panels at similar RC and panel target density, all mechanical and physical properties were slightly more favorable in the homogenous panels.
Central bankers have long known--and argued--that a homogenous and centralized political system is necessary to run a successful single currency on the model of the United States of America.
A Resolution on fixed book prices in homogenous cross-border linguistic areas was adopted by the EU Council of Ministers on February 8 in Brussels.