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aes•thet•i•cal

or es•thet•i•cal

(ɛsˈθɛt ɪ kəl)

adj.
of or relating to aesthetics.
[1790–1800]
aes•thet′i•cal•ly, adv.
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Adj.1.esthetical - concerning or characterized by an appreciation of beauty or good tasteesthetical - concerning or characterized by an appreciation of beauty or good taste; "the aesthetic faculties"; "an aesthetic person"; "aesthetic feeling"; "the illustrations made the book an aesthetic success"
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However, surgeons are trying to routinely use laparoscopy in the emergency setting aiming reduction in the length of stay and for esthetical purpose [5].
In addition to being the most frequent cause of female anovulatory infertility [2], PCOS is the commonest cause of hyperandrogenism in women [3], thus leading to esthetical concerns such as excessive hair growth, acne, and male-pattern alopecia.
The long-term results confirmed the efficacy of the treatment protocol from both functional and esthetical perspectives.
Esthetical and functional results of the primary cheliorhinoplasty were satisfactory (Figure 7).
The fetishism, that extends the process increasing an esthetical, visual and, thus, purely cultural and social character.
Dancesport is a sports branch accessible to ages between 4 and 60, it can be practiced as high performance sport, as fitness sport, for relaxation and mental rehabilitation, socializing and it is also a performance which sends a luxuriant artistic message with esthetical meanings and connotations.
The second reason for rebranding is purely esthetical. The original brand name vStoike, easily memorized and spelled by Russian clients, is not that obvious for clients from Europe and the USA.
From now on, architecture projects of interest to China will be only the ones that offer technical and esthetical solutions which are simultaneously in harmony with the local culture and landscape, energy-efficient, environmentally - friendly, rational in terms of resource consumption and capable of making the most of the urban land.
Thus, the color of both restorative components and peri-implant soft tissue/gingival should be taken into account as crucial esthetical factors [2, 6, 7].
First, the media has become more autonomous in relation to other institutions, and secondly other institutions have become more influenced by the media through the adaptation of particular media logics and dynamics (on the technical, esthetical and institutional level).
However, the impression of indifference in Dubliners reflects the author's intentional ethical and esthetical choices, whereas the prominent absences in these stories play a very important role in opening a richly interactive space for multiple communications.
While in philosophy cognition is produced by way of logical argument and deduction and formulated in the form of propositions, cognition is in literature achieved in the form of fictional texts which deal with human issues and problems that are presented in an esthetical form.