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  • n. Alternative spelling of homogenization.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. the act of making something homogeneous or uniform in composition


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  • This homogenisation, which is also a social force, has huge implications for the evisceration of tradition and any vision of an alternative future; any ability to conceive of something different which blends the best of the old and the new.

    Larvatus Prodeo

  • Which is why it would be interseting to see a serious explanation of the "homogenisation" adjustments made by GHCN to the Darwin temperature record, as explained in some detail here: wattsupwiththat. com/20 ... rwin-zero/

    Army Rumour Service

  • Notice how easily the author slipped in 'homogenisation'; for those of you who don't know, this is where they take regional data and adjust it to their designated station reading; for those ex-military or survivors of dorm blasts, it's like mixing Jack Daniels, Heaven Hill, sweet vermouth, tequila, Ripple and Everclear in the same water cooler.

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  • "homogenisation" they were recorded as increasing at 1.2 degrees Centigrade per century.

    The British National Party

  • Increased levels of student debt coupled with a creeping homogenisation of architectural practice have resulted in there being a darker aspect to student projects.

    Ballardian » A Near Future: Nic Clear’s Tribute to JG Ballard

  • The rise of fast-track construction in the 1980s heralded a major change in the motivations for construction and brought about a homogenisation of building output largely predicated on maximising the economic value of the project, often with little regard for its social value.

    Ballardian » A Near Future: Nic Clear’s Tribute to JG Ballard

  • Blind faith in the possibility of (and the need for) perpetual economic growth, among other things, has accelerated the drive towards cultural and legal homogenisation.

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  • It's the homogenisation of the right-wing party in the US that's 'Leninist'.

    Utah and philosophy

  • The survey also indicated that there is an increasing homogenisation of opinion and understanding across Wales.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • As for NOAA: it looks like they're in the process of extending the new pairwise homogenisation from USHCN to the entire GHCN.

    Steve Had a Little List


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