Laminiferous

Lam`i`nif´er`ous


a.1.Having a structure consisting of laminæ, or thin layers.
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As a production in the castle bailey, the maske takes on some important qualities of the morality play, including the obvious further concentration on the central abstraction, chastity, "timely tri'd" (980) in the central character, the Lady, as well as the expansive, laminiferous perspective suggested by a production rendered either in stations, where spectators move from station (scene) to station, or on moveable pageants, where both presenters and spectators move.