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congruent

1. Maths having identical shapes so that all parts correspond
2. of or concerning two integers related by a congruence
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19) However, I think that it would be better for lawyers and mediators to work congruently.
Note that gender is not a factor in experiencing emotion--both genders tend to experience emotions congruently.
Batho pele is, congruently, the overarching governmental vision for service delivery, formulated as 'to continually improve the lives of the people of South Africa by a transformed public service, which is representative, coherent, transparent, efficient, effective, accountable and responsive to the needs of all'.
Congruently, in some instances the federal interest is seemingly vindicated only by a certain sentencing outcome, regardless of whether a state prosecution has resulted in a conviction and lengthy sentence.
Congruently, the exploration of the metaphorical immanence of travel as it relates to the marginalization of the individual, to conditions of connectedness or disconnectedness and rootedness within given geographical boundaries, requires a discourse that examines the psychological manifestations of the immigrant.
When leaders behave congruently with their espoused visions and model the types of performance they expect of others, employees see they are willing to lead by example.
Congruently, evolutionary models propose ancestral men who focused on physical aspects of procreation (e.
This and previous studies congruently report depression as a common phenomenon among disaster survivors.
Congruently, with the development of the prospective compliance monitoring program, research education resources were being dedicated to establish a consistent offering of individualized and interactive education sessions.
109) Congruently, a federal candidate may not accept a donation that violates applicable limits.
Through reflection and the heightened self awareness which results, nurses can gain new insights about the meaning of their practice, and respond more congruently with that vision.
It doesn't need much soul searching to appreciate that what made complementary medicine successful, and congruently the Society itself, it's found in two words: the people.