deambulatory


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deambulatory

(diːˈæmbjʊlətərɪ)
n, pl -tories
1. a place for walking often with a covering overhead
2. (Architecture) (in Roman churches) an aisle or corridor that forms a half circle beside the chancel and behind the altar
adj
showing movement or changing direction
Translations

deambulatory

a. ambulatorio-a; móvil.
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In this deambulatory understanding of knowledge generation, worlds are not simply represented, they are progressively and carefully transformed along a chain of translations (into numbers, charts, words, and so on) that preserve something of their character, whilst economically reducing their complexity to matters that are transportable and compatible.
Destruction and collapse of coffering and deambulatory of central space of palace:
Central cross-shaped space had been completely decorated and embroidered with seven-color clay tiles (in 15*15 dimensions) from bottom to the deambulatory.