anamorphous

anamorphous

(ˌænəˈmɔːfəs)
adj
1. formal lacking a clear or definite form
2. mineralogy lacking a definite crystal structure
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Glass is a homogeneous material with anamorphous molecular structure (non-crystalline).
In contrast, the reactive cutting conditions using [O.sub.2] as the process gas show a reduced volume of spatter and anamorphous morphology, with no droplets around the cutting area.
His anamorphous appearance, which elicits both empathy and disgust from others, ultimately becomes a bizarre distortion of the Japanese element in Peruvian culture.
List of possible diagram maps in ArcGIS Point and area diagram maps in ArcGIS Types of diagram map ArcGIS Notes Simple YES many types of diagrams Composite NO Cumulative YES "Pie charts" and "Stacked 2D and 3D forms Structural YES "Pie charts" Comparative NO Dynamic YES/NO only bar charts Anamorphous NO Line diagrams in ArcGIS Vector accessible NO Vector flow directional NO Ribbony simple YES only one direction Ribbony composite NO Ribbony cumulative NO Ribbony structural NO Ribbony comparative NO Ribbony dynamic NO Ribbony isochronic NO
The described species are mainly the anamorphous of Ascomycota and Basidiomycota, including some marine yeasts.
However, very little is known about the distribution of Ascomycetes and anamorphous fungi related to water temperature.
The first, a specially fabricated cylindrical lens that enabled "catoptric anamorphous," that is, a process whereby a viewer, looking through the lens, sees a coherent image emerging artificially out of a number--a multitude--of fragments drawn on a sheet of paper.
In place of pallid universalism, postmodernity celebrates the opacity and sovereignity of the Other, the "apologetics of the accidental," and the deracinated and anamorphous nature of thought.