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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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Padhila answers the real time incoherency of this event as filmed by Brazilian television with a captivating series of camera angles and shots, in addition to near film still slow motion in an effort to graphically depict the murderer of Geisha, Officer Marcelo, as much in the act as visually possible.
11) The primary incoherency is that Socrates would not be one being unqualifiedly (unum simpliciter).
Again, there appears to be cross wires and incoherency, and I have to ask myself whether Merseyside lacks a sense of realism.
In this way, Ulysses, he argues, holds up the modernist objective of displacing the incoherency of modern life with "the realm of art itself" (154-56).
Such futurity contributes to the incoherency of resource flows and makes calculation of a meaningful cost ratio attributable to PA alone a daunting, if not impossible, task (Prosser et al.
54) Yet despite the detail and length of Colonna's description, its vacillation between the woman and her contingent ornaments produces incoherency for the reader.
incoherency and irrationality; hallucinations, visual, auditory and even olfactory; .
And the reader must credit his tenacity in the second half of the essay as he tackles issues of counterpoint in harmonic determination, tonal incoherency, and tonality in power chords.
Reviewing my notes and a transcript of his remarks, I'm struck by his incoherency.
In contrast to certain western Arabicists (see Owens 1995), however, Baalbaki emphasizes the theoretical coherency of the Arabic grammarians' thinking, recognizing that at times it, like all grammatical theories, may shade into incoherency.
My original version ran to 20 minutes; but I then deleted every other word, which not only makes the report blessedly shorter, but makes it, in its incoherency, sound even more profound.
Beyond the use of dual-plot structures and the incoherency evident in MOM's allocation of work assignments (which is typical of all the studios) is the production source of stories.