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- adj. Not homogeneous
Although the British Labour Party may seek an end to "nationalistic sectarianism," it is this very quality that gives us the nonhomogeneous global society that politicians and businessmen detest but that the public wishes to maintain.
In the original archive, after removal of station records believed to be nonhomogeneous or biased, 301 and 265 stations were used to determine the mean temperature for the Northern and Southern hemispheres, respectively.
So here, save that in the examples given the cause is art, but in the nonhomogeneous bodies nature or some other cause.
The more nonhomogeneous the sample material, the higher the number of samples required in order to obtain a statistical median value which approaches the true value for the material as a whole.
“Mathematical implications of nonhomogeneous paratopological convergences between orthogonal unbridged n-spaces; with substantiating field measurements.”
Moreover, myosin dynamics alone could hardly account for responses of opposite sign - fluidization versus reinforcement - that are observed in the cases of homogeneous versus nonhomogeneous cell stretch, respectively.
A BI system must turn these nonhomogeneous sets into a cohesive, accurate, and timely set of useful information.
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