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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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Not only has the affective reaction to congruency been researched: the impact or effect that these congruencies have on advertising has also been studied.
And there can be some surprising congruencies in assembling an issue.
Abstract notions about spatial congruencies, which theatrically could be suggested by lighting and/or stagecraft, turn shrill and pedestrian when translated into brick and mortar and shot with graffiti- and garbage-strewn realism.
Studies in the congruencies between the two disciplines will provide a framework for understanding current trends in visual culture.
I might as well declare my out-and-out fandom at the outset, born of the way each film accumulates authoritatively into its meaning through elisions and congruencies that are virtually baroque in their coiled vitality.
His choreography looks chaotic at first, but sly congruencies give it order.
Adaptive competencies are the skills required to effectively complete a particular task and are the congruencies (balance) between personal skills and task demands.
Unfortunately, instead of a tightly woven combination of literary and historical analysis, which stresses the divisions and congruencies of popular and official culture and Chaucer's straddling of the worlds of court and business, the book is neither fish nor fowl.