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homogenize

[hə′mäj·ə‚nīz]
(metallurgy)
To hold metal at a high temperature long enough to eliminate by diffusion any chemical segregation of the components.
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Dual-feed systems instantaneously convert two independent liquid streams into one fully homogenized product.
These are particularly potent qualities in an increasingly homogenized and digital world.
Our children quite rightly reject writing that has been processed and homogenized by scores of textbook committees.
They were still sexy, but in a traditional, homogenized way, unlike Petronio's previous subversive fetishism.
In a world that is becoming increasingly homogenized by the growth of the global economy, architecture offers one of the few opportunities of fostering identity, of giving people and communities a sense of rootedness in an ever-more confusing and disorienting culture.
After cooling to room temperature, the solids were further homogenized to produce a milky suspension, from which some further settling occurred.
Fluids and solids are conditioned, mixed and homogenized.
has voluntarily withdrawn approximately 6000 gallons of Ingle's Laura Lynn Brand Homogenized Vitamin D Whole Milk from the market due to contamination with chocolate milk.
The authors also denounce the emergence of a "chitlin circuit" on TV, in which the cable channels go after the black audience while the networks write them off and revert to shows featuring homogenized white casts.
Laws in all countries are being homogenized, endangering strict health, environmental, and labor standards in countries that have them.
Finally, the success of this new identity and of the published work through which it was purveyed is seen usefully to disrupt the simplistic dichotomy between elite and popular culture, demanding a more complex model capable of recognizing not only the shifting and permeable border between elite and popular, but also the fractures within the field of popular culture itself that is too often simplified and homogenized.
Answers([R]) do not offer the organization needed to make finding insight quick or easy, and reference sites such as Wikipedia([R]) offer one homogenized viewpoint that is only achieved through contributors overwriting one another.