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His research helped advance methods of depositing often remarkably thin films of material onto silicon wafers, in a process known as heterogeneous integration.

One of the reasons why things are so slow in our field is we’re trying to address a heterogeneous disease with one intervention at a time.

But, he adds, “I think the future will be heterogeneous, in which all the technologies are used probably in a complementary way to traditional computing.”

There was a study of Wikipedia that showed the most accurate and high quality articles were produced by an ideologically heterogeneous, diverse set of editors and writers.

The “Nueve” was representative of the quite heterogeneous forces that retook the city.

By contrast, brain states are far more heterogeneous, likely due to interactions between a person and his or her environment.

Sunni families in historically heterogeneous areas picked up and fled, eager to avoid a power drill to the forehead.

Which they would, because the Democratic caucus is already heterogeneous enough to be amenable to compromise.

I missed the general accepting feeling that comes from such a heterogeneous mixture of people.

The party at Walls End Castle, though its elements were decidedly heterogeneous, was a success.

But, just examine this heterogeneous pile of 'cigar-lights,' which rears its audacious head upon the table.

What obscured the history was the manner in which masses of heterogeneous facts were heaped together.

Other varieties of heterogeneous colloidal mixtures are tabulated by Wo.

The ponderous weight of the empire ground out racial and caste distinctions and welded together all the heterogeneous mass.


On this page you'll find 67 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to heterogeneous, such as: amalgamate, composite, confused, conglomerate, contrary, and contrasted.

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