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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
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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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The second column shows low coherencies even if the degree of substitution is at the high end of the range of time domain estimates ([psi] = .25), although the sixth column shows a high coherency at the zero frequency.
The reader sees in a piece of fiction an inherent order, a coherence, that launches an interrogation of her own thought processes as well as of the relationship of these coherencies (and incoherencies) to the world as she knows it.
This shift has brought important and refreshing advances, as the essays here prove, but also paves the way for a future renaissance in scholarly discussion of the intellectual conflicts and coherencies of American religious life.