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- adv. In a homogeneous manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a homogeneous manner; in the same or an accordant way; so as to be homogeneous.
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- adv. all similarly
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We are thinking 'homogeneously' about nature when we are thinking about it without thinking about thought or about sense-awareness, and we are thinking 'heterogeneously' about nature when we are thinking about it in conjunction with thinking either about thought or about sense-awareness or about both.
I shall say that then we are thinking 'homogeneously' about nature.
Jealous of their ethnic neighbors, homogeneously Slavic oblasts joined the struggle for decentralized power.
Similarly, when offered the chance to choose their own learning partners, they often group themselves homogeneously by loudness, or heterogeneously by such factors as "desire to copy work from one another."
But the recent influx of Muslims in a once homogeneously white Christian country has fueled debates here about the headscarf, Sharia law and unemployment and crime.
Namely, classical mechanical rigid body, with radius and homogeneously distributed over volume mass, holds momentum of the inertia but not.
Congress lives out the disdain captured in the designations of left- and right-wing, moving homogeneously, devoid of much independent thought or autonomous action.
And it's not just that elite neighborhoods became more homogeneously affluent and highly educated—they also formed larger and larger clusters.
On some issues it is expected that the business community will unite homogeneously around a common cause, such as on taxation.
And many of them were recently called out by some of the industry's most high-profile members -- model Naomi Campbell, Italian Vogue editor Franca Sozzani, activist Bethann Hardison -- for their homogeneously white runways.