Pigeonholing is any process that attempts to classify disparate entities into a small number of categories (usually, mutually exclusive ones).
Interpol was like the Internet: it wasn't so much a body in itself as a means of connecting other disparate entities.
Erudite without being pedantic, Corn draws deeply from our cultural history to establish correspondences between the most disparate entities.
Interoperability is a critical issue for the disparate entities which use radiocommunications to fulfill the needs of organizations.
The Confederation model was also correctly seen as unsuitable for the disparate entities of southern Africa, with their wildly different sizes, economies and political systems.
The main point I'd like to make is that the mind and the body simply cannot be seen as disparate entities.
Now, Marinetti believed that analogies have always existed, but earlier poets had not reached out enough to bring appropriately disparate entities together.
"Until then I had seen the chapters as disparate entities, and now they became connected," he said.
Some constitutional authorities believe the chances are slim that this charter could keep all these disparate entities playing the same song.
The law, though, gave the director no real authority to manage many of these disparate entities.