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  • The Chinese room has a design analogous to that of a modern computer.
  • Their use has been extended to many other meanings, more or less analogous.
  • These conditions could be analogous to the events that caused the origin of life on Earth.
  • But how, it may be asked, can any analogous principle apply in nature?
  • This is seen as analogous to the government providing free access to roads.
  • These steps are analogous to those necessary to make the physical/built environment accessible.
  • An analogous result has been known in higher dimensions for some time.
  • It is analogous to the electric potential with mass playing the role of charge.
  • The office of president of Pennsylvania was analogous to the modern position of governor.
  • Their design is different, but all the French examples are quite analogous in shape to each other.
  • Every quantity in one system has an analogous quantity in the other system.
  • This argument is analogous to the debate over paper books and e-books.
  • He studied a question analogous to that of the surface movement in a cup of coffee.
  • Higher-order derivatives for the third-order sign condition can be obtained in an analogous fashion.
  • The main purpose of a parish pastoral council is in some ways analogous.
  • An analogous construction can be performed for any small category.
  • Analogous organs in other animals similar to humans continue to perform similar functions.
  • White noise is considered analogous to white light which contains all frequencies.
  • He suggested that "analogous orders" should be issued to all units.
  • Subtraction is analogous to addition in that it uses the same two rules described above.
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Meaning of analogous

  • adjective Corresponding in function but not in evolutionary origin
    the wings of a bee and those of a hummingbird are analogous