Sentences Containing 'cohesiveness'
Most decomposition paradigms suggest breaking down a program into parts so as to minimize the static dependencies among those parts, and to maximize the cohesiveness of each part.
The majority of active rumpers could fit into one of the two common interest categories: Although lawyers and merchants were a minority compared to the large number of rural land lords that occupied the Rump Parliament, their interest groups’ energy and cohesiveness was able largely influence Rump politics.
Despite his efforts at maintaining the band's cohesiveness, McCartney acknowledged that The Beatles had effectively disbanded in a November 1969 interview conducted by "Life" magazine.
Furthermore, sibling relationships often reflect the overall condition of cohesiveness within a family.