# make+analogous

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**make**— vb Make, form, shape, fashion, fabricate, manufacture, forge can all mean to cause something to come into being or existence. This is the underlying meaning of make, the most general and the most widely applicable of these terms. Make may imply… …2

**analogous arts and uses**— (Patent law.) Whether arts or uses are analogous depends upon the similarity of their elements and purposes. If the elements and purposes in one art are related and similar to those in another art, and because and by reason of that relation and… …3

**Three men make a tiger**— (Chinese: ; Pinyin: sān rén chéng hǔ) is a Chinese proverb or four character idiom. It refers to the idea that if an unfounded premise or urban legend is mentioned and repeated by many individuals, the premise will be erroneously accepted as the… …4

**Curb feeler**— mounted behind the front wheel of a 1950s Rambler American …5

**analogize**— /euh nal euh juyz /, v., analogized, analogizing. v.i. 1. to make use of analogy in reasoning, argument, etc. 2. to be analogous; show analogy. v.t. 3. to make analogous; show an analogy between: to analogize a dog to a cat. Also, esp. Brit.,… …6

**analogize**— a•nal•o•gize [[t]əˈnæl əˌdʒaɪz[/t]] v. gized, giz•ing 1) pho to make use of analogy in reasoning, argument, etc 2) to be analogous 3) to make analogous; show an analogy between • Etymology: 1645–55 …7

**homologize**— (Amer.) v. make analogous; be analogous, be similar in function (also homologise) …8

**homologized**— homologize (Amer.) v. make analogous; be analogous, be similar in function (also homologise) …9

**homologizes**— homologize (Amer.) v. make analogous; be analogous, be similar in function (also homologise) …10

**homologizing**— homologize (Amer.) v. make analogous; be analogous, be similar in function (also homologise) …11

**Limit (category theory)**— In category theory, a branch of mathematics, the abstract notion of a limit captures the essential properties of universal constructions such as products and inverse limits. The dual notion of a colimit generalizes constructions such as disjoint… …12

**ally**— I. v. a. 1. Unite, join, league, confederate, connect, combine, marry, connect by marriage, bring into affinity. 2. Make similar, make analogous, bring into resemblance, raise into close relationship. II. n. 1. Confederate, coadjutor, co operator …13

**Projective plane**— See real projective plane and complex projective plane, for the cases met as manifolds of respective dimension 2 and 4 In mathematics, a projective plane has two possible definitions, one of them coming from linear algebra, and another (which is… …14

**Cortical homunculus**— The idea of the cortical homunculus was created by Wilder Penfield. A cortical homunculus (Motor Homunculus) is a pictorial representation of the anatomical divisions of the primary motor cortex and the primary somatosensory cortex [1], i.e., the …15

**forge**— vb fabricate, fashion, manufacture, form, shape, *make Analogous words: *beat, pound: produce, turn out (see BEAR): counterfeit, simulate (see ASSUME): *copy, imitate …16

**Continuous-repayment mortgage**— Analogous to continuous compounding, a continuous annuity[1][2] is an ordinary annuity in which the payment interval is narrowed indefinitely. A (theoretical) continuous repayment mortgage is a mortgage loan paid by means of a continuous annuity …17

**Harry Turtledove's Darkness**— The Darkness Series is a series of six fantasy novels by Harry Turtledove.* Into the Darkness (1999) * Darkness Descending (2000) * Through the Darkness (2001) * Rulers of the Darkness (2002) * Jaws of the Darkness (2003) * Out of the Darkness… …18

**metabolism**— /meuh tab euh liz euhm/, n. 1. Biol., Physiol. the sum of the physical and chemical processes in an organism by which its material substance is produced, maintained, and destroyed, and by which energy is made available. Cf. anabolism, catabolism …19

**History of Physics**— History of Physics † Catholic Encyclopedia ► History of Physics The subject will be treated under the following heads: I. A Glance at Ancient Physics; II. Science and Early Christian Scholars; III. A Glance at Arabian Physics; IV.… …20

**formal logic**— the branch of logic concerned exclusively with the principles of deductive reasoning and with the form rather than the content of propositions. [1855 60] * * * Introduction the abstract study of propositions, statements, or assertively used …