Figurated

Fig´ur`a`ted


a.1.Having a determinate form.
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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.