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inflected

[in′flek·təd]
(botany)
Curved or bent sharply inward, downward, or toward the axis. Also known as inflexed.
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Observe, in the first place, that the covert-modal analysis is not obviously extendable to the inflected subjunctive, illustrated in (4).
Her work's playful humor and wide swaths of found fabric may recall Sigmar Polke and his textile paintings, for example, but Schnitger's formal gamesmanship is more obviously inflected by a fashion sense that places style over substance.
Along, low solid building runs roughly from west to east on the site, with a storage wing slightly inflected from a right angle to meet it on a deck which forms a platform that runs clear through the main slab.
Both have the ability to directly translate conjugated verb forms and inflected adjectives and nouns.
In that same process, the grid is photographically inflected by the trace of the wrinkle, while the real and putative transparency of the photograph is both conceptually and physically interpenetrated by its opacity.
And he has arranged roof lanterns of different sizes, so that the curators can choose to let in shafts and pools of daylight, which can be inflected, coloured, or simply obscured.
The hear, a six-stringed harp, has a dry melodic sound like an inflected rattle, and the startling range of Damessae's voice--from basso rasp to soprano squall--warbled all over the place, impish and sophisticated.
Her reinterpretation is essentially formalist--focusing on the swirling, interlacing arabesques of paint in his classic poured works of 1947 and 1950 and the way those webs of color sir so determinedly atop their canvas support--but inflected, perhaps, by '70s-derived notions of pattern as a specifically feminine approach to form.
One finds here as well an essay inflected by object relations theory that revises Freud's preoccupation with the father to turn its attention to the preoedipal mother (William Kerrigan on "female friends/fraternal enemies" in As You Like It).
En route to the tabernacle, movement is inflected by the baptismal font.
The vista in this direction is partly terminated to the north by the inflected end of the largest lecture theatre, the beginning of a reef of forms projecting from the slab, the interstices of which offer small quiet places which the ingenuity of students will doubtless put to good use.