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Moreover, Hughes also establishes just how deep the Greek roots of the settlement called Byzantion went, and how heterogenous the Hellenic frontier town of the seventh century B.C. probably was.
For the century after the Civil War, both the Republican and Democratic parties were ideologically heterogenous.
Agnostic autonomy One issue that map makers like Civil Maps and Here are both grappling with is how to create platforms for a heterogenous mix of cars.
Democrats tend to live clustered in cities, while Republicans sprawl across more heterogenous districts.
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medical Definition of heterogenous
- heterogenous bone grafts
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