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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishuniformityu‧ni‧form‧i‧ty /ˌjuːnəˈfɔːməti $ -ɔːr-/ ●○○ AWL noun [uncountable]  SAMEthe quality of being or looking the same as all other members of a group There seems to be no uniformity among the various systems.
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uniformityBut uniformity of content and, increasingly, of process has been guaranteed.Excessive equality makes for cultural uniformity and monotony.Fraternity would become something to celebrate joyfully, and unity would no longer be glum uniformity.The most precious lacked the no less vital requirement of uniformity.For this they were peculiarly well suited by reason of their durability, portability, uniformity and ease of recognition.In the past, religious beliefs have served as a presupposition of the scientific enterprise in so far as they have underwritten that uniformity.While uniformity of view between the managing partners can not always be achieved every effort has to be made to avoid discrepancies.
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