from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Coherence.
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- n. The state of being coherent; a coherent relationship.
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- n. the state of cohering or sticking together
- n. logical and orderly and consistent relation of parts
Even if thought should attain coherency it does not therefore follow that this coherency can be preserved in the practice of life.
I assume she can memorize talking points for most question scanarios and they will have undoubtedly worked on her "coherency" issues (I can't believe I have to write that ...) but certainly there will be curveballs that cannot be prepared for ...
It was especially relevant to the setting under discussion or in my view, any setting with any kind of coherency - that you DO NOT attempt to use a gamist system to model a setting best served by simulationist or narrativist systems.
When confronted with facts and logic, people like these are utterly incapable of debating with any kind of coherency, so they resort to vicious name-calling and malicious, slanderous attacks.
The breakthrough originated with researcher Hao Li of Motorola, Inc., who succeeded in depositing the metal oxide directly onto silicon with no intervening layer of silicon oxide producing "coherency" between the two crystal structures-the unique matching up perfectly of one atom to the next across the metal-oxide / Si interface.
And it’s that sort of thing that’s very hard to develop any kind of coherency to a show.
And suddenly, with a coherency that belied the chaos of the morning, my father looked me straight in the eyes and said, "Oh sh-t."
I could go on but I start to lose coherency after a while.
We all know that Sarah Palin is not capable of understanding complex issues nor is she capable of speaking on any matter with any degree of coherency.
New states popped up without the authority or the coherency of any legal tradition.
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