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u·ni·form

(yū'ni-fōrm),
1. Having but one form; not variable in form.
2. Of the same form or shape as another structure or object.
[L. uniformis, fr. uni- + forma, form]

uniform

[yo̅o̅′nifôrm]
1 having only one form or shape.
2 distinctive clothing worn by members of a group.

uniform

Having the identical shape or form of other objects of the same class.

uniform

(of leaves) wedge-shaped with the thin end of the wedge at the base.
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TM)] Deposition Process Enhancement Methodology improves wafer-coating processes dramatically, producing near-perfect uniformity while delivering up to 40% reduction in material consumption, resulting in significant cost savings on process materials like gold and platinum compared to traditional box coaters.
The ability to generate uniform cross-width weight profiles in the finished needlepunched felt is, however, not the final hurdle in optimizing uniformity in the manufacture of a finished nonwoven.
Change in uniformity over time is seldom considered and to our knowledge has not been previously documented or publicly disseminated.
Smaller spray widths required to achieve uniformity and hole penetration will diminish this flexibility and reduce the board width or board processing conveyor speed.
Quality rubber parts are said to require optimum uniformity in cure time and mold temperature.
In a letter from TEI President Bernard, the Institute explained that the revised proposal "remains flawed, reflecting not a meaningful step toward uniformity among the states but rather the ill-advised pursuit of an excessive information gathering policy that would circumvent existing mechanisms to obtain taxpayer information and possibly spawn legal challenges to the MTC's and States' authority.
In efforts to clarify the impact of the National Uniformity for Food Act if passed, the National Uniformity for Food Coalition recently released a legal analysis of the legislation.
Electroplating is an essential part in the finishing process of manufactured products, but more often than not, costly trial-and-error, grinding and polishing methods are employed to achieve uniformity.
Insurers are raising questions about jurisdictional uniformity after a U.
A voucher school advocacy group is looking to change the Florida state's uniformity clause so it would allow for public funds to go toward voucher school programs in the Sunshine state.
This study investigated the influence of different calendering conditions on newsprint surface and absorption characteristics, strength, and compression uniformity.