Recent Examples of uniformity from the Web
The differences should not be obstacles but opportunities to engage and discuss and to enter a reconciliation that doesn’t insist on uniformity.
Team-think and uniformity of opinion through coalition-building isn’t the way to run a billion-dollar business.
Also crucial was the boredom readers felt toward the uniformity of the books being produced by England’s literary establishment.
Trained in dance with a speciality in dancehall, she’s spent the season providing an energetic alternative to the uniformity often seen on the runway.
Van Harpen sees too much uniformity of style, not enough skill at net or use of spin, and too many weak serves and predictable patterns.
The uniformity of these conservative additions belies the notion that this is really about representing a diversity of perspectives.
Though they were designed to achieve reasonable uniformity and proportionality in sentencing, the multiple enhancements for even lower-level crimes often result in stratospheric sentences.
But pain doesn’t yield ideological uniformity, and pain should never end an argument.
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