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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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Observe that the class of nearly uniformly L-Lipschitzian mapping is more general than the class of uniformly L-Lipschitzian mappings.
An evolution operator [PHI]: [DELTA] [right arrow] B(X) is said to be uniformly polynomially trichotomic if there are some constants N [greater than or equal to] 1 and [alpha] > 1 such that:
k]} is a sequence in B [intersection] BC converging to a function [phi] uniformly on any compact interval in [R.
This function is well-defined if and only if the word is uniformly recurrent.
But an atmosphere that consists of dense clumps of ions will radiate more strongly than an atmosphere containing the same amount of material distributed more uniformly.
By contrast, the shift of the timber and steel grids results in the steel members working as a plane, each stressed uniformly, and thus minimising use of material.
Department of Education's Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), the only uniformly collected data on enrollments at colleges and universities.
However, to produce uniformly graphitized, large-sized electrodes, a high-level quality control is required in the coke-baking and graphitization processes.
Following the vote to advance AG 38 to the NAIC's executive and possibly plenary committee, Jim Poolman, North Dakota insurance commissioner and "A" Committee chair, called on regulators to adopt AG 38 uniformly if passed by the NAIC.
max]), we assume that the UCN velocity direction is uniformly distributed on the unit sphere and that the conditional probability density function of p is proportional to [p.
The letter stated, "The federal and state courts have uniformly held that a criminal defendant cannot be put to the choice of either participating in a religious program or suffering an adverse consequence such as jail time.
For example, cargo screening criteria and admissibility standards varied from port to port, Customs issued binding tariff classification rulings that were not always applied uniformly, and different regions developed different audit programs.