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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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Using the thickness of the raw block of stone and cutting time as prime governors of cost, it is easy to understand that cost increases geometrically with the progression from flat surfaces through to single, double and complex curvature.
Once unified under the new company identity with efficient business processes integrated, we believe we can grow consignment throughput and profits geometrically virtually overnight.
Instead, he uses a geometrically strict raster to transcribe it, composing a surface in nuanced shades of white that occasionally gently break into gray.
Challenges in future full wafer testing include managing mechanical, thermal and materials compliance, while simultaneously enabling a very large area array probing solution populated with tens of thousands of geometrically precise contact structures that match the fine features of our customers' devices," said Ben Eldridge, FormFactor's Chief Technology Officer.
Thus each piece, even the most geometrically and architecturally structured works of the '70s, resembles a haiku, a Zen poem whose words must disperse in the wind, more than a work "stopped" in time and space.
The flat stone detailing round the plastered walls is a constant delight, as are the long opulent expanses of stone floors, the pale creamy stone in places being laid geometrically with dark red stone.
For the first time, small devices can be powerful, yet sophisticated and geometrically complex.
Dove - who was as original as sin as soon as he got back from France in 1909, without ever being showy or faux-intellectual - manages in his art to be both tonally dramatic and chromatically lovely, both geometrically girded and organically open, and both absolutely straightforward and hauntingly poetic.
Conner's apparent love of paradox leads him again and again to present us with visual renderings of the ineffable, arranged geometrically.
In this show, Chlanda's New York debut, the artist departed from his earlier approach to sculpture, which he once described as building "global places" (installations), in which "the terror of geometry--straight angles, geometrically clear surfaces and the relationship between them--was destroyed.
0 simulation model to accurately measure, extract and analyze these new parasitics in a geometrically accurate way with smaller netlists, helping to preserve performance, capacity and yield.
In Al Quasbah there is a vitalizing dissymmetry between foreground and background; they are out of phase with one another, though they suggest one geometrically satisfying series perceived through another (a mosque's marble floor seen through a metal grille, for instance).