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geometric

, geometrical
1. consisting of, formed by, or characterized by points, lines, curves, or surfaces
2. (of design or ornamentation) composed predominantly of simple geometric forms, such as circles, rectangles, triangles, etc.
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Furniture and home accessories have simple shapes and texture to enhance the look but let the geometric pattern be the star of the show.
They add definition to any piece - for instance, even a cushion can become a genuine focal point when it's boldly patterned in black and white, as you can see in our picture where the Geometry Cushion perfectly complements the stunning Geometric Rug.
Thibaut's latest Geometric wallpaper resource collection features unified designs of shape and movement, with traditional trellis and simple small prints paired with both subtle and bold colour combinations.
GEOMETRIC BUILDING BLOCKS In the late 1970s, mathematician William Thurston, now at the University of California, Davis, envisioned away to tame the menagerie of three-dimensional spaces--an idea that gave mathematicians a roadmap for proving the Poincare conjecture.
These geometric features are produced in part by the application of cores.
The subject is difficult to master because it is based on 3D geometric features and relationships that are difficult to visualize from textual descriptions, even when supplemented with 2D static figures.
Vestek's new geometric model robustly and accurately defines sector-level attribution effects across multiple time periods," said Jose G.
customary and the metric systems, including basic geometric and non-geometric measures.
Given the available evidence concerning the fashions in both court dance and the formal gardening practices, it seems that up to the early to mid 1620s the dances in the English court masque followed the strongly geometric style of the late sixteenth century.
But by 1920, he'd begun to find an alternative focus in geometric light patterns and the interplay of architectural spaces.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics plans to use a new geometric mean formula for calculating most of the basic components of the Consumer Price Index for all Urban Consumers (CPI-U) and the Consumer Price Index for Urban Wage Earners and Clerical Workers (CPI-W).
Their arms sliced the air with sharp, intricate, geometric design as they lunged, piqued, pranced, or merely walked through their paces.