dissimilitude


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Synonyms for dissimilitude

dissimilarity evidenced by an absence of likeness

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difference as "the accuracy with which similitude in dissimilitude,
Computers, on the other hand, are very good at detecting small dissimilitudes, as anyone who has written code must know.
Elles generent aussi de la dissimilitude, mais toute dissemblance ne s'aligne pas sur la seule distribution de la richesse, ni sur l'un de ses plus importants corollaires, la profession.
Malgre des dissimilitudes dans la facon dont les ruraux et les urbains se representent les villes, il ressort des exercices cartographiques une vision plutot complementaire et unifiee de l'urbanite quebecoise d'aujourd'hui.
Tolstoy's particular dissimilitude, his resistance to any ideology, and his enormous lack of compromise highlight one of the prevailing polemics of his lifetime, towards which both sides were bitter, and which persisted throughout the twentieth century.
Its possibilities go beyond designated boundaries as it blurs taxonomies and manifests similitude in dissimilitude, while undercutting binarisms such as those separating winners and losers, black and white, heroes and monsters and many more.
Le produit de ce vaetvient entre les espaces de referentiels disjoints est un savoir qui met en evidence les points de similitude et ceux de dissimilitude de facon a organiser la visibilite de ce que ce l'on convient d'appeler l'effet de terrain.
In their formulation and interpretation of the analogia entis Przywara and von Balthasar see the Fourth Lateran Council's (1215) famous formula as a signpost: "quia inter creatorem et creaturam non potest tanta similitude notary, quin inter eos maior sit dissimilitude notanda.
The primary goal of college multicultural perspectives courses is to impel students to be aware of the attitudes and beliefs they have about people that are different from them and to practice sensitivity in dealing with dissimilitude.
Other early modern practitioners of astrology show a similarly keen sensitivity to place, as when William Ingpen wrote in 1624 that astrology helps explain the "admirable dissimilitude .
He pointed out many elements of dissimilitude between ophiolites and layered mafic igneous complexes, such as Skaergaard, including the scarcity of plagioclase in the ophiolitic peridotites, their relatively uniform mineral composition, the high-temperature deformation of peridotites, the occurrence of deformed chromite deposits and the paucity of hypabyssal rocks of various compositions.
They are Energy (E), Homogeneity (HOM), Entropy (H) and Dissimilitude (DIS), described in the equation (10)-(13), respectively, where L represents the image width or height, [P.
Thesaurus options are "variety, miscellany, assortment, mixture, range, medley, multiplicity, variegation, heterogeneity, diversification, difference, unlikeness, dissimilarity, distinctiveness, dissimilitude, contrast, conflict.
Early on Augustine came to think of the human person as a foreigner, a peregrinus in a land of dissimilitude.
This inevitably brings to mind one of Dostoyevsky's famous remarks, in which he gives relevant expression to the idea of national conscience and its ability 'to embrace the idea of all-humanity concord, brotherly love and a sober outlook that forgives enmity, notices and pardons dissimilitude and removes contradictions'.