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The Milwaukee Festival Brass is a British-style band, which uses certain instruments such as cornet and tuba to create a pleasing, homogenous sound, Taylor said.
A mostly homogenous and Catholic nation, Poland is refusing to accept migrants from the Middle East and Africa.
Is a world with a single, homogenous weather pattern the exception or the rule?
In fact, today the government spends a lot of time and money to create legislation to counter the symptoms of a disease, the root of which is a homogenous, unsafe computer environment, created and maintained by the Microsoft monopoly.
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Origin and Etymology of homogenous
First Known Use: 1919
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