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incoherent

Physics (of two or more waves) having the same frequency but not the same phase

incoherent

[‚in·kō′hir·ənt]
(geology)
Pertaining to a rock or deposit that is loose or unconsolidated, or that is unable to hold together firmly or solidly.
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Exemplifying Jagose's definition of queer, this moment serves to "dramatise incoherencies in the allegedly stable relations between chromosomal sex, gender and sexual desire" (3), and the football game which Sugar attends as a cheerleader becomes the stage upon witch these incoherencies manifest themselves.
This is where the contradictions and incoherencies come in.
Some of these weaknesses are due more to the incoherencies in the response options of the items.
Geertz refers to the 'manuscript' that is encountered by the ethnographer (or in this case the performance event), as, 'foreign, faded, full of ellipses, incoherencies, suspicious emendations, and tendentious commentaries, but written not in conventional graphs of sound but in transient examples of shaped behaviour' (1973, p.
Where are the ambiguities, contradictions, tensions, and incoherencies that mark the field of "trans-" scholarship as much as they mark the lived spaces of gender and sexual categorical indeterminacy in tension with often-unnamed racialized (read: white) coherences?
CPAs and IT professionals must work together to connect the dots from different data sources and eliminate incoherencies to drive innovation and present new business opportunities to upper management.
Polan contends that "in Malick [there is] a romanticism that seeks to posit a coherent authenticity of nature beyond all subterfuge, beyond all the incoherencies of human conflict," and that his "use of the natives to portray lost innocence is certainly politically problematic and not at all innocent" (61).
There is a minimum amount of information needed to be sensitive to gaps, incoherencies, ambiguities, etc.
It is as if the wider culture sucked the words out from us and left us to sputter incoherencies,.
Those notes seek to explain the difficulties, obscurities, and incoherencies of the 1608 printing, offering, where possible, to make some sense of them.
Some specific topics include experimental security analysis of a modern automobile, incoherencies in web browser access control policies, a checksum-aware directed fuzzing tool for automatic software, and dynamic taint analysis and forward symbolic execution.
details these incoherencies among scholars of religion unwilling to accept the consequence that religion resulted from a peculiarly modern social imaginary.