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Example sentences for "homogeneity"

Lexicographically close words:
homocercal; homoeopathic; homoeopathist; homoeopathists; homogeneal; homogeneous; homogeneousness; homogenous; homoj; homologated
  1. Again, it is necessary to explain the varying character of Geometrical pottery in different parts of Greece, as compared with the homogeneity of the Mycenaean wares.

  2. How far", he adds, "such homogeneity of civilization may be taken as evidence of homogeneity of race is a question for the ethnologist.

  3. Commenting on the similarities presented by certain ancient festivals in various countries, he suggests that they may be due to "a remarkable homogeneity of civilization throughout Southern Europe and Western Asia in prehistoric times.

  4. In approaching the study of these linking myths it would be as rash to conclude that all resemblances are due to homogeneity of race as to assume that folklore and mythology are devoid of ethnological elements.

  5. The earlier homogeneity of American society has been impaired, and no authoritative and edifying, but conscious, social ideal has as yet taken its place.

  6. That homogeneity has disappeared never to return.

  7. In this country the solution of the social problem demands the substitution of a conscious social ideal for the earlier instinctive homogeneity of the American nation.

  8. How far such homogeneity of civilization may be taken as evidence of homogeneity of race is a question for the ethnologist; it does not concern us here.

  9. M316 The festivals point to a remarkable homogeneity of civilization over a great part of the Old World in antiquity.

  10. Its homogeneity was gone the moment unity of faith disappeared.

  11. This raises a question as to the homogeneity of the Family Ploceidae as presently recognized by most ornithologists.

  12. The first supposition is a virtual admission as to the homogeneity of things; since we cannot maintain that existence peculiar to one thing is fundamentally different from existence peculiar to another.

  13. The ovum is a structureless bit of organic matter, and, in acquiring structure along with its growth in volume and mass, it proceeds through a series of differentiations, and the result is a change from homogeneity to heterogeneity.

  14. His point of departure was the point reached by Baer in 1829, the change from homogeneity to heterogeneity.

  15. In the British Isles we find ourselves, on the contrary, as regards this period, in presence of a remarkable homogeneity of type; it is without exception dolichocephalic (cephal.

  16. No greater homogeneity is shown by the Slav group than by the two great preceding ones, from the point of view of corporeal structure, and it is useless to look for a "Slav type.

  17. This homogeneity is of course qualified by differences in production and consumption due to climate, natural products, national character and institutions, and the development of industrial arts in the several nations.

  18. Development, or Increase of Structure In each of the organic sub-kingdoms the change from an incoherent, indefinite homogeneity to a coherent definite heterogeneity is illustrated in a quadruple way.

  19. Rolled glass will be found the cheapest in the end, as inferior qualities, where homogeneity of texture is wanting, will crack and split in all directions.

  20. Homogeneity of material must be obtained, having regard to expansion and contraction.

  21. Nevertheless, some of them approach homogeneity of innate qualities, or, rather, the degree of heterogeneity is much less in some than in others.

  22. Here, then, there can be no question of any homogeneity as regards innate mental qualities.

  23. The Americans are, then, no exception to the rule that the evolution of a national mind presupposes a certain considerable degree of homogeneity of mental qualities among the individuals of which the nation is composed.

  24. There must, then, be some degree of similarity of mental constitution, of interest and sentiment, among the persons who form a crowd, a certain degree of mental homogeneity of the group.

  25. They merely show that, under peculiarly favourable physical and social conditions, a sufficient degree of such homogeneity may perhaps be secured in spite of considerable racial heterogeneity.

  26. And the higher the degree of this mental homogeneity of any gathering of men, the more readily do they form a psychological crowd and the more striking and intense are the manifestations of collective life.

  27. A certain degree of mental homogeneity of the group, some similarity of mental constitution of the individuals composing it, is the prime condition.

  28. This we must attribute to homogeneity of mental qualities which is in the main not innate but acquired, a uniformity of acquired qualities, especially of all those that are most important for national life.

  29. Now let us consider for a moment an apparent exception from the conclusion to which the foregoing argument seems to point--namely, that homogeneity of innate qualities is the prime condition of a developed and harmonious national life.

  30. That is to say, the change which has been taking place is, under one aspect, a change from homogeneity of the parts to heterogeneity of the parts.

  31. An account of their doings in no way constitutes an account of that social transformation from an indefinite incoherent homogeneity to a definite coherent heterogeneity, in which the evolution of a society essentially consists.

  32. Why should there be, with every race under the heavens represented here, and each one struggling to assert itself, and no homogeneity as yet established even between the people of the oldest States?

  33. It is out of variety as well as complexity in American life, and not in homogeneity and imitation, that we are to expect a civilization noteworthy in the progress of the human race.

  34. It is this property which constitutes the law of Homogeneity in its most extended signification, that is, of whatever analytical functions the equations may be composed.

  35. Otherwise there will be a lack of homogeneity in the appearance of etchings of this sort, in which the grain of the paper plays an important part.

  36. These alloy plates are cheaper and bite more quickly than those of pure copper, but it happens occasionally that they do not bite evenly, owing to want of homogeneity in the metal.

  37. Under these conditions a mixture of constant homogeneity is introduced into the cylinder, so proportioned as to insure ignition even at low pressures.

  38. May there not be a connection between this conclusion of scientific philosophy with respect to a final state of stability and homogeneity and the mystical dream of the apocatastasis?

  39. These were first steps taken toward homogeneity in the West, such as were taken in no other part of the country in that time of little travel and scanty intercourse among men.

  40. There is no such thing as ethnic homogeneity in any extant nation.

  41. The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "homogeneity" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.
    Other words:
    accordance; agreement; calm; coincidence; congruence; consistency; consonance; constancy; continuity; correspondence; equality; equanimity; equilibrium; equivalence; evenness; homogeneity; integrity; oneness; persistence; plainness; purity; sameness; severity; singleness; stability; synonymy; uniformity; unity; unsophistication