polyhedric


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polyhedric

(ˌpɒlɪˈhiːdrɪk)
adj
resembling a polyhedron
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Louis, Missouri, USA) to observe the occlusion bodies (OBs) that showed polyhedric and granular characteristics of the nucleopoly-hedrovirus (NPV) and granulovirus (GV) genera, respectively, for their identification.
Yet, to be sure, the writer's polyhedric perspective, expressed in one or more foreign languages, no matter how freely chosen and how empowering, is not a mere source of jubilation for having broken away from a constraining national tradition.
Another interesting artistic perception comes from Luigi Ontani, an Italian polyhedric artist, represented by Lorcan O'Neill Gallery, Rome, who makes unique hand painted photography, putting the artist at the center of the artwork itself.