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or free′form`,

1. characterized by asymmetrical or irregular form: free-form sculpture.
2. functioning or evolving without advance planning or without conventional structures.


[ˈfriːfɔːm] ADJ (Art, Mus) → de estilo libre
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Tokyo, June 18, 2014 - (JCN Newswire) - Sharp has developed the Free-Form Display, a revolutionary advance over the conventional display shape concept that enables the creation of new display designs to match a variety of applications.
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With an irregular free-form interior set within a regular cubic volume, the object has a profound duality.
Written by Barbara Spring, Sophia's Lost and Found: Poems of Above and Below is a collection of free-form verse embracing the wonders of nature.
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The work, by playwright/performer Roger Guenveur Smith, feels very much like a free-form work-in-progress rumination.
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With dynamic text wrapping and alignment guides, users can create free-form arrangements of text, graphics, photos, tables and charts.