disharmonic

disharmonic

(ˌdɪshɑːˈmɒnɪk)
adj
not harmonic
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This synform hosts a range of fold structures including symmetrical, asymmetrical, and overturned folds while disharmonic folding often appears to reflect lithological contrasts between thick bedded, competent, and shale rich, incompetent, limestones (Chlupac et al., 1998).
The method of wax occlusal rims can even worsen the condition of the edentulous patients, with an undetected, disharmonic tension of the masseter muscles (Figures 17 and 18).
Physical examination revealed disharmonic short stature (Figure 1), a craniofacial dysmorphism characterized by: macrocephaly with flat occiput, wide fontanels, high forehead, high anterior hairline, nevus flameus on forehead, hypertelorism, flat nasal bridge with anteverted nostrils and wide nasal base, short and deep philtrum, microretrognathia, microstomia, cleft palate, low-set and posteriorly rotated ears and short neck (Figure 2).
According to Harrison and Falcon (1936) these collapse structures can be classified as: 1) rotational collapse structures (flaps); 2) cascade folds, whose trains are essentially disharmonic folds; (ie.
Structure and linearization in disharmonic word orders.
Alcohol and psychoactive substances may enhance their disharmonic features such as anger, aggressiveness criminal tendencies, which they exacerbate through violent reactions, uncontrolled anger, and offences such as aggravated assault and even murder.
Of course, a first unknown that derives from the above-mentioned application is the fact that we do not know what kind of effect the respective superposition has (theory-knowledge --and then, by extension, even the sphere of scientific / cognitive / philosophic hypotheses as a factor of influence on observational physical reality, when observation takes place in the terms of the respective theory): distorting, synergetic, structuring, destructuring (or both), of resonance, harmonic, disharmonic. In short, in the terms of Burke's theory, many of our observations on/about/of "reality" may be merely a "spinning out of possibilities" implicit in the chosen set of terms (Burke 1966: 46).
If 'some reasons' rhetorically lead to the idea of notable influence of uncontrolled economic growth in the transitional economic zone, then 'disharmonic ways' refer to the clutter in the scenery and lack of attractive suburban living environment standard.
The development PU *i > PMari *U occurred in disharmonic stems, cf.
These structures are in Sistan shear zone that the trend of this zone is NNW-SSE, and it is disharmonic with stress ring.