mosaiclike

mosaiclike

(məʊˈzeɪɪkˌlaɪk)
adj
resembling a mosaic
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Drawing in part on his experience with Jacquard looms while working in a textile factory in the late '50s, Bayrle took the serial principle to an extreme, developing his signature "superforms," mosaiclike compositions collaged from a single, miniaturized motif endlessly repeated.
The private collection of Eddie and Norma Chua, consisting of three floors of paintings, tapestries, sculptures, sketches and mosaiclike works by Alcuaz from different phases of the artist's life, are housed in the CrownPlas Museum, along with Buddists artifacts and European porcelain and crystals.
Based upon Hwang's research and interviews during his stay in present-day North Korea, the novel discloses through mosaiclike multiple points of view the secret that innocent people were killed by Christians rather than by the U.
Mosaiclike structure of penicillin-binding protein 2 gene (penA) in clinical isolates of Neisseria gonorrhoeae with reduced susceptibility to cefixime.
The disease distorts the pods; they become asymmetric or develop a mosaiclike pattern of green, yellow, and cream.
In a mosaiclike variety of ways, the volume's poems report the process of esthetic composition while "sculpting" a uniquely poetic portrait through the narrator's endless encounters with colors, shadows, words, feelings, the ocean, and variegated manifestations of nature.
You can reach areas of mosaiclike rock within 1/2 mile of the parking area, or extend the hike up the canyon.
Bassist Mark Helias is a growing composer whose mosaiclike structures juxtapose feels and themes.
In Chung Sang-hwa's mosaiclike paintings, after canvas surfaces are painted and dried, folded in parallel and perpendicular lines, and reattached to a wooden frame, bits from the surface are removed or repainted.
This repertoire may be further extended through the multiplicity of mosaiclike variable membrane protein genes and pseudogenes possessed by some members of this group.
Buda is constructed in short, mosaiclike chapters, wherein apart from the straightforward storytelling--what went on in the 1920s or 1930s--the narrator can also inform us about events that have taken place since and how they are related to the past.
MATH AND ART combine in Ruth Colton's fourth-grade class at Encinal Elementary School in Atherton, California, when she teaches students about tessellations--identical geometric shapes that interlock in mosaiclike patterns.