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he tuh ruh ji nee uh tee

  • n  the quality of being diverse and not comparable in kind

  • To safeguard this religious heterogeneity, the country's constitution sets out a dual-track legal system in which Muslims are bound by Shari'a law for issues such as marriage .
  • From a cultural perspective, the picture is also one of heterogeneity rather than homogeneity.
  • Despite China's size and heterogeneity, it's easy to buy into the myth of a monolithic state.

  • Bill Gates in Australian IT
    Over the years, our industry has tried many approaches to come to grips with the heterogeneity of software,Mr Gates said. "But the solution that has proven consistently effective - and the one that yields the greatest success for...
  • Mufti Mohammad Sayeed in Hindustan Times
    Sayeed said, "The problem is that the heterogeneity of views from within Jammu and Kashmir has become an easy excuse for their exclusion."
  • Alan Greenspan in Bloomberg
    House prices are difficult to measure given the enormous heterogeneity of the US housing stock,Greenspan said.

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