Neither group was homogeneous.
We need a policy that recognises what is high risk without applying it to entire homogeneous groups.
The expansion was not homogeneous; over its course the mixture of fossil fuels used changed quite dramatically.
The world is in fact not the kind of perfectly homogeneous sphere that Parmenides (quoted in Robinson 1968: 115) imagined it to be:
None of those three major communities is homogeneous.
The oceans of the world, however, are not homogeneous.
Most of the population of Spain is now basically homogeneous—both in terms of ethnicity and culture.
Flint, homogeneous and isotropic (having equal properties in all directions), is the rock of first choice for toolmaking.
That allowed us to extract homogeneous subgroups and validate our models’ efficiency and of course derive which model performed the best.
It is that “the north” is somehow a single, homogeneous place (a view encouraged by the signs to “The North” on motorways heading out of London).
Meanwhile, Conservative MP for the Greater Manchester constituency of Hazel Grove, William Wragg, said: “Greater Manchester is not one homogeneous area.
The Mormon way of life is expressed in the settlement landscape and economic activities within a region more homogeneous internally than any other U.S. culture area.
Ethnic cleansing, the attempt to create ethnically homogeneous geographic areas through the deportation or forcible displacement of persons belonging to particular ethnic groups.
What's more, gender-diverse teams are more likely to introduce new, innovative products into the market than homogeneous teams, a 2011 study of more than 4,200 companies in Spain found.
…suppose that the universe is homogeneous and isotropic in the large (i.e., the same everywhere on average at any instant in time), an assumption that the English astrophysicist Edward A.
…performed alongside Brad Pitt in Fight Club (1999), a film portraying the lives of emotionally empty men who turn to underground combat as an outlet from their homogeneous lives in a materialistic and corporate-dominated society.
Thus, the crucial feature of intelligible emergence, according to Strawson, is that the relationship between the product of emergence and its producer can be adequately characterized using a single set of conceptually homogeneous concepts.
There are many structural properties connected with sets of reals—the uniformization property, the separation property, the prewellordering property, the basis property, the existence of scales, Suslin cardinals, the existence of homogeneous representations, etc.
One could argue that there are plenty of films, and even more television series, offering a wider range of stories and characters than those nominated for Oscars, so who cares what the still-homogeneous body of voters, with its even narrower professional breakdowns, thinks?
Jaclyn Baumgarten, CEO and cofounder of Boatsetter — a boat rental service featuring 17,000 vehicles around the globe that's raised $27 million since its founding in 2012, according to Crunchbase — once worked for a large commercial real estate company she described as very homogeneous, both in its employee base and its mindset.
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Jaclyn Baumgarten CEO and cofounder of Boatsetter — a boat rental service featuring 17000 vehicles around the globe that's raised 27 million since its founding in 2012 according to Crunchbase — once worked for a large commercial real estate company she described as very homogeneous both in its employee base and its mindset