Delineament

De`lin´e`a`ment


n.1.Delineation; sketch.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Nothing Bonnard painted was self-consciously melancholic; there is no obvious delineament of sadness.
All possible combinations of packing material, temperatures, and storage times were tested, using four repetitions with 25 seeds for each treatment a randomized casualized delineament. The data were analyzed for inconsistency; and as it was pertinent, the averages related to packing type and temperatures were compared using Tukey Test; the averages related to storage times were adjusted using regression equations.
Elle arrive ainsi a connaEtre au menu detail les moindres delineaments de l'ame africaine, reussit a etre profondement sensible au moindre geste africain, a en lire sa symbolique, a en decouvrir son interet, a en explorer sa dimension profonde...De la sorte, l'ecrivaine danoise repond a la condition sine qua non de l'ethnologie telle qu'elle est definie par Claude Levi-Strauss : c'est la [beaucoup moins que] regle de la deontologie ethnologique de ne parler que de ce qu'on connaEt par experience directe.
...rolling up out of chaos, a nine months' wonder, the city the man, an identity--it can't be otherwise--an interpenetration, both ways (4) Paterson I, subtitled The Delineaments of the Giants, opens with a description of the topography of Paterson in bodily terms: "Paterson lies in the valley under the Passaic Falls / its spent waters forming the outline of his back" (6).