For now, the coherence and scale of Moral Mondays is a success ironically founded in shared defeat.
He was talking about places that give a neighborhood its stability and coherence, where we can see familiar faces and decompress.
Wolf did not look for coherence from her, and took the two statements on their face value.
But you will say, what coherence has this remark with the matter in question?
Why stifle his powers for the sake of a coherence which did not exist!
At about this point the conversation lost its coherence in Pop's ears.
As a pattern of tracery, it is wanting in coherence and subordination, and these faults are painfully evident outside.
Consequently, they can no longer assume the coherence of language.
Did the words themselves take on meaning and coherence, or was it something within himself?
Betsy took her by the shoulders, and shook her into coherence.
A property holding for two or more waves or fields when each individual wave or field is in phase with every other one. Lasers, for example, emit almost perfectly coherent light; all the photons emitted by a laser have the same frequency and are in phase. Since quantum states can be described by a wave equation, coherence can hold for quantum states in general, though only among bosons. Coherence is generally possible in physical systems that may undergo superposition. Maintaining coherence of light is important in fiber optic communications. See also Bose-Einstein condensate.