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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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A heartening one is that, unlike 2001, some wise, honest and diligent American journalists and political analysts are responding to ISIS much more coherently and maturely than American society's broadly incoherent and emotional response to Al-Qaeda.
After the initial familiarisation with weapon and equipment of both armies, the joint training exercise would advance to joint tactical exercise, wherein the battle drills of both armies are coherently unleashed.
As we have underlined in our positions, all EU policies must contribute coherently towards achieving this objective, not just cohesion policy,' pointed out Le Drian.
With symmetry as the basic tool, this book coherently presents foundations and recent developments with regard to finite temperature quantum field theory and its applications to physical problems.
If the FA is to work coherently, senior figures must start to sing from the same hymnsheet.
In other fields, the financial markets for example, a complex--if not always perfect--system helps stakeholders make informed decisions based on information which is verified and coherently presented.
Furthermore, it made relatively little use of sector budget support to bring direct assistance to the health sector and did not do enough to ensure that the different instruments were used together coherently.
She then went downstairs and found him asleep on the sofa - when he didn't respond coherently to her, she called the police.
X] is coherently filtered if locally there is for every x [member of] X, an open U containing x, such that we have an exact sequence of sheaf morphisms
Malcolm Scott, a member of North Tyne-side Friends of the Earth and of Marinet, said: "The Marine Bill shows the Government recognises the need to bring together all users of the sea and manage the marine environment coherently.
You could see when Gareth Thomas, Stephen Jones and I came on against Canada that the team started operating more coherently as a unit and started to impose themselves more.
Asked whether perhaps the AMA is onto something, considering the fact that bona fide crack addicts speak more coherently than he did, the gamer responded, "What?