Figurated

Fig´ur`a`ted


a.1.Having a determinate form.
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Linear and figurated papulourticarial lesions are seen in children who let caterpillars stroll on the skin.
Though this concept of visualization is also found in some other Yoruba art but on OponIfa there is a raised figurated border on the circular wooden flat surface.
Such impossibility--capturing the nature of verbal objects using nothing more than riddlingly figurated language in the first place--has always been the hallmark of deconstructive thought.
And the final movement ("Litania") commences as if it will evolve into a kind of heavily figurated set of chorale variations but develops into something less easily defined.