invariability


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  • noun

Synonyms for invariability

a quality of uniformity and lack of variation

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However, as in the case of the Baltics, the exchange rate variable does not reveal the significance, likely due to the considerable invariability of the series.
We deduce, then, that Comparetti's invariability is, in effect, a rejection of that logic in favor of the microtext.
Azari, Missimer, and Seitz suggest that current neuroimaging data (neuroimaging consists of taking pictures of the brain while a person engages in some kind of task) point to a cross-cultural invariability in religious and spiritual experiences which involves brain regions utilized in and essential for relational cognition.
The invariability of the mixing times of the 'experienced' assistants and the reduction of the mixing times for the 'inexperienced' assistants with time to mostly category 1 (for less than 30 seconds) during the second and third operative-week could be the result of gain in skills.
The motion of the divine substance is circular in that it involves both motion (processus) and rest (statio): motion with respect to the production of things and rest with respect to the invariability of divine operation.
Fitness of the models was evaluated by invariability of their k during dissolution.
So assured, indeed, is the fact concerning the periodicalness of the sperm whale's resorting to given waters, that many hunters believe that, could he be closely observed and studied throughout the world; were the logs for one voyage of the entire whale fleet carefully collated, then the migrations of the sperm whale would be found to correspond in invariability to those of the herring-shoals or the flights of swallows.
The state is the nurse that nourishes capitalism from disease to disease, guaranteeing its survival, but does not heal the wounds it invariability inflicts.
The following events may be anticipated as soon as a behavioral invariability has been identified with a high probability (Guillot & Collet, 2003).
Poor understanding of the clinical significance, scalability, affordability, invariability of complexes of policy, but we come down to the bottom line again, of striking lack of published peer-reviewed articles.
To admit absolute invariability in the form and matter of instruction would be to limit to a very short time the services and even the existence of an Institute, which devotes itself to education.
Because of the reasonably large variation in gasoline prices and the invariability of most of the independent variables, the coefficient estimates should naturally be biased toward zero.
Any discussion on quality of care invariability provokes the question: what is quality TB care and how will we know if TB care is "substandard"?
It seems to me that if his conclusion is valid, it would lead almost invariability to the conclusion that a party who becomes a witness could well be in danger of cross examination on communications passing between him and his solicitor.
Although the relationship between rheological properties and polymer microstructure is often complex, the observed invariability of [eta]* values provides some insight into the extent of LLDPE crosslinking that is incurred during graft-modification.