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coherent

1. Physics (of two or more waves) having the same phase or a fixed phase difference
2. (of a system of units) consisting only of units the quotient or product of any two of which yield the unit of the resultant quantity

Coherent

A version of Unix developed by Mark Williams Co., Northbrook, IL, that was noted for its conservative use of resources on Intel-based PCs.
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David Radcliffe's story has been told before, piecemeal and erratically; he tells it whole for the first time, coherently, and well.
Kekes may coherently (though not, I believe, correctly) claim that this is a defective politics, but to decry it as inattentive to differences between good and evil is itself an instance of remarkable inattentiveness.
Busby's book is coherently organized to explore what these streams are and how they mingle.
3 WOMC that Martin had amazingly come out of his coma and was speaking, reading and writing coherently with hospital staff and family members.
The new OpenKODE initiative will bring together the family of Khronos Application Programming Interfaces (APIs): OpenGL(R) ES for 3D graphics, OpenMAX(TM) for streaming media, OpenVG(TM) for vector 2D graphics and OpenSL ES(TM) for audio; and will define a new user-input API and potentially add new APIs for access to functionality such as multi-player networking and operating system resources to create a complete, coherently designed, reliably available coding platform that can be implemented across a wide variety of mobile and embedded devices and operating systems -- including closed real-time operating systems.
In a first step EMInInn will assemble and coherently set out macro-indicators and data of environmental impacts and, parallel to this, indicators and data to measure technical innovations.
of Alberta, Canada), a wonderfully engaging writer, organizes their experiences and engagement with the land into broad thematic chapters that coherently describe the lives of people whose ancestors were in the Ukraine, Scandinavia, Germany, Poland, Romania, and Russia, and whose religious beliefs--including Mennonite, Doukhobor, and Jewish--had caused many of them to suffer discrimination in their native lands.
It was clear I wasn't drunk because I was arguing so coherently.
His talent is often forgotten though, as he is ridiculed for his drinking and inability to speak coherently.
The centrality and longevity of the key artists classified as post-Minimalist are not questioned, but major figures of so-called Photorealism, Pattern and Decoration, New Image, and Bad Painting have not been coherently slotted into the narrative of the recent past.
Based on a best seller by the late Robert Ludlum and starring Matt Damon as an amnesiac agent seeking the awful truth about his past, the movie sustains tension, relies on acting as much as action and tells a very complicated story coherently.
After visiting a number of classrooms in which the students could not answer clearly and coherently when asked what the Ten Commandments are, he concluded that "the watered down teaching of the faith has given us a watered-down faith.