from The Century Dictionary.
- In a uniform manner; with uniformity; evenly; invariably.
- In mathematics, with uniform convergence.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb In a uniform manner; without variation or diversity; by a regular, constant, or common ratio of change; with even tenor.
- adverb (Math.) to vary with the ratio of the corresponding increments constant; -- said of two dependent quantities with regard to each other.
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- adverb In a
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- adverb in a uniform manner
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It implies that over a period of time, we will get our information uniformly from a very limited set of sources.
This should be done quickly to incorporate the gelatin uniformly and avoid lumps.
If historical memory is not "the 'real' past, [but] the true past required by a particular present," 54 then the community's gratitude that they retained any nyaka fields at all might predispose them to remember the Swiss innovation in uniformly favorable terms.
Whether my view is right or not, he was thenceforward called Louis in his family, and the name uniformly spelt
Here the Revisers have thought it advisable to follow the usage of the Authorised Version, and not to insert the word uniformly in place of "LORD" or "GOD," which words when printed in small capitals represent the words substituted by Jewish custom for the ineffable Name according to the vowel points by which it is distinguished.
The circumstances and situation of the United States were less productive of these evils than those of Upper Canada, because settlement went on more uniformly from the seacoast towards the interior.
Similarly, bios generally note that he then “moved to” Israel’s prestigious Weizmann Institute, but remain uniformly silent on the position he occupied there.
He said he was in "top condition," but his body language spoke volumes: Flanked on both sides by senior officials, he sat with arms glued to his sides and his expression was uniformly glum.
At each epoch the world tends to get peopled pretty uniformly, which is a blessing for Geology.
In the Hilldog supporters defense, I believe he said that the polls "uniformly" show Hilldog with the big lead.