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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of homogenise.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. formed by blending unlike elements especially by reducing one element to particles and dispersing them throughout another substance
- adj. made homogeneous
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They all look kind of homogenised beige and all derived from the Caucasian gene pool.
Yet, the Police are constantly maligned in the press for their "homogenised" new wave sound.
When one ignores this so-called 'homogenised' data and examines the raw temperature data, it appears that any perceived temperature rises fall well short of those predicted by the 'CO2' based theories, and more importantly, the climate models, thus casting serious doubt on the theories upon which those models are based.
They all look kind of homogenised beige and are all derived from the Caucasian gene pool.
Does that graph use the actual, raw data, or does it use data that has been 'homogenised'?
Perhaps we should also remember, in these days in which we have all apparently embraced or at least accepted a kind of homogenised orthodoxy to politics, that there still exist some stubborn, stubborn souls, held together for most of their lives now by stubborn sinews of principle.
Entering this Eixample institution feels like travelling into the past, long before the days of homogenised, generic supermarkets.
Keep stirring over the heat until everything has melted and homogenised to the thickness of paint and the colour of a nice milky cuppa.
Unlike the 13bn litres of normal milk processed each year by three main processors in 100 sites across the UK, this raw milk is not pre-chilled, siloed, separated, homogenised, pasteurised and refrigerated before being trucked to retailers.
The world, after all, was conceived as increasingly familiar, more homogenised, somehow shrunken.
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