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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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For the present purposes, a significant aspect of such expectations is that they should set up different levels of congruity with an instrumental or vocal version of the song when it is later encountered in an advertising context.
In the interests of congruity and student appeal, it might be time for Bristol Classical Press to reconsider this strategy.
First appearing in the Western Historical Quarterly, California History, Pacific Historical Review, Agricultural History, Journal of American History, and Environmental History Review, these articles have congruity, and Pisani's preface, section introductions, and afterward give them a confluence and clarity for all readers.
But if the personal characteristics and presumptive shared experience of representatives take precedence over congruity of interests, ideas, or programs, then the "presence" of a member of one's own group suffices as a guarantee of representativeness.
Peres defends his various choices of vocal quality in the liner notes to his recording of the Tournai Mass on the basis of their congruity with `still existing oral traditions'; and while such vocal delivery as that on his Machaut recording will not be unfamiliar to anyone who has heard vocal sounds as diverse as, say, those of Andalucia during Holy Week or the calling of the faithful to prayer in Muslim countries, this surely cannot be taken as 'evidence' for the performance of Machaut one way or the other.
Intrapersonal ethical analysis is based on evaluation of the congruity of espoused-ethics, ethics-in-use, and actual behavior.
The third perspective is schema congruity theory (Fiske, 1982; Fiske and Taylor, 1991; Mandler, 1982; Meyers-Levy and Tybout, 1989; Sujan and Bettman, 1989).
The most common example is to check totals--when columns and rows are summed to assure congruity.
He traces the congruity between William Godwin's arguments about the perfectibility of man and the Victorian belief in individual self-discipline.
This study is couched in the value congruity perspective of intraorganizational power.
If offering petitionary prayers allows us to view certain matters from God's perspective, our prayers will inevitably influence our own personalities, especially in effecting a greater congruity between our own natural wills and what we understand God's will to be.
One way to explore means by which libraries might achieve more congruity between existing library operations and marketing practice is to examine the management and library science theories currently in use.