- bog'liq bo'lmoqmustahkamlikcoherescohering
Verb(1) come or be in close contact with; stick or hold together and resist separation(2) cause to form a united, orderly, and aesthetically consistent whole(3) have internal elements or parts logically connected so that aesthetic consistency results
(1) While the individual essays are well written and interesting, they do not address human nature and its deeper implications, nor do they cohere very well as a collection.(2) The topics of this bibliography, however, do not cohere with the chapter topics, which makes the bibliography more of a stand-alone resource.(3) he made the series of fictions cohere into a convincing sequence(4) It makes sense to follow such teachings only if they cohere with the truths of modern science.(5) I believe that the ultimate test of a theory of justice is that it cohere with our considered convictions of justice.(6) To be admissible, this interpretation must also cohere with our current philosophical and scientific theories about the subject in question.(7) The latter would cohere more easily with our objective of pursuing the national aim of environmentally friendly farming in Ireland.(8) The laws of physics are put beyond doubt by the fact that they cohere well with what the metaphysics presents as the nature of matter.(9) For a proposition to be justified it must, at the very least, cohere with other propositions that one has adopted.(10) Despite tireless efforts to show that their values cohere in a single vision of the good, they do not and never will.(11) our mixed physical and spiritual natures cohere and mature(12) If a moral theory fails significantly to cohere with our moral beliefs, this undermines the theory's ability to be justified to us.(13) this view does not cohere with their other beliefs(14) The link between this and higher taxes in Britain, is that their interest rates would have to fall to cohere with eurozone rates and the UK Treasury suggests the impact would be inflationary.(15) The driving motif around which Dostoevsky's life and work cohere is not the conflict between ├ö├ç├┐reason and irrational faith.├ö├ç├û(16) I'm not convinced yet that the State Department country reports alter their analyses to cohere with broader government foreign policy goals.
1. stick together ::
2. be consistent ::
3. adhere ::
Different Formscohere, cohered, coheres, cohering
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