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corresponding in character or kind

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coinciding when superimposed

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Furthermore, congruencies with the model and language with the viewer positively affects advertising effectiveness (Ueltschy and Krampf, 1997).
The ideas, imagery, techniques and materials used by architectural visionaries such as David Adjaye, Winka Dubbeldam Toshiko Mori, and Lars Spuybroek will reveal congruencies with fashion design.
Especially intriguing are the congruencies Moisan adduces from the lesson's Ovidian text: "Bianca's deft negotiation of the 'lessons' of her .
Do individual-culture congruencies assessed relative to diverse dimensions of an organization's culture have similar affective implications?
Other topics include primitives of p-adic meromorphic functions, the Lipschitz condition for rational functions on ultrametric valued functions, the geometry of p-adic fractal strings, identities and congruencies for Genocchi numbers, and ultrametric calculus in field K.
Though further research is needed in order to test the congruencies between these taxonomies, both approaches emphasize the need to go beyond the classic distinction between social and personal norms (Schwartz & Howard, 1982).
Yet even when the various groupings' internal and relational organizing principles were not immediately apparent--a frequent occurrence--the slow emergence of thematic congruencies from the thicket of often incongruous visual information seen in the wall-based arrays made for a by turns wry and poignant game of free association.
He takes a chronological and thematic approach to the topic, addressing the roots of the "special relationship" and differences and congruencies between the two countries with regards to the European Union, the enlargement of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, policy towards Ireland, defense and nuclear cooperation, communication intelligence, and the invasion of Iraq.
If I have underscored the correspondences between Dunham and Saul--they now share a connection to the Nolan/Eckman Gallery--or Kelley, with whom he shares ties to Metro Pictures--it is in part to draw attention to the unexpected convergence in recent years of art worlds that seemed perennially remote from one another but also, in part, to redraw the congruencies that usually come up in discussion of Dunham's work, in particular the parallel with Philip Guston.