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- v. To make homogeneous, to blend or puree.
- v. Specifically, to treat milk so that the cream no longer separates.
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- v. break up the fat globules of
- v. cause to become equal or homogeneous as by mixing
- v. become homogeneous or similar, as by mixing
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I think it is debatable whether replacing a franchised mini-market with a large-brand mini-market is particularly a bad thing, although it does serve to further homogenise the high street.
IN a perfect world, you wouldn't need to homogenise or adjust anything, but the weather stations aren't perfect and the results are still pretty good.
These three groups take raw data and ‘homogenise’ it to deal with the anomalies caused by local variations and discontinuities.
"Physical features will be driven by indicators of health, youth and fertility that men and women have evolved to look for in potential mates," says the report, which suggests that advances in cosmetic surgery and other body modifying techniques will effectively homogenise our appearance.
Mix in the sugar, cardamon powder, ghee to homogenise.
Shoot forward in time to the present and I have been wondering why it is that such a plainly doomed endeavour as trying to homogenise Europe into a single state acquires such pseudo religious adherence.
It is easier for them to homogenise it than to recognise the complexities of human requirements and the subtleties required in educating future generations.
With the US onboard the world will globalise and homogenise that much faster and more smoothly.
This is a really exciting development and is a positive counter to concerns that the OLPC project will only serve to homogenise indigenous cultures.
JGR, 2001 adjusted trends in urban stations around the world to match rural stations in their regions, in an effort to homogenise the temperature record.