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ho muh juh nee uh tee

  • n  the quality of being similar or comparable in kind or nature
    there is a remarkable homogeneity between the two companies
  • n  the quality of being of uniform throughout in composition or structure

  • Denmark's homogeneity affords a unique combination of flexibility and cohesiveness.
  • Nor is there much homogeneity between the three provinces.
  • The organizers of the Green Village deny they are sacrificing local color for the sake of municipal homogeneity.

  • Carla Bruni in The Australian
    Then I realised there was a worrying contrast between the very dense writing of these poems and my lightness: my texts seemed really poor, the whole thing lost its homogeneity, and so I just kept the poems,Bruni says.
  • Henry Paulson in Best Syndication
    This document is intended to outline practices that will promote covered bond market simplicity and homogeneity, using high quality mortgages as collateral,said Paulson. "It is a starting point and complements the FDIC final policy...
  • Uzi Arad in Mondoweiss (blog)
    The various land swap plans,Arad writes, "proposing a tradeoff of territories aim to increase ethnic homogeneity...... [so that] the Jewish majority would remain at 81 percent until 2050."

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