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figurate

(ˈfɪɡjʊrɪt)
adj
1. (Classical Music) music exhibiting or produced by figuration; florid or decorative
2. having a definite or particular shape or figure
[C15: from Latin figūrāre to shape]
ˈfigurately adv
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The typical lesions are coin-shaped; by confluence, big plaques of the size of the palm of a hand or figurate areas may be formed.
Omnia enim figurate dicit, et per symbola docet: intendens aliud per verba, quam sonent ipsa verba; sicut quod dixit animam esse circulum>>.
(c) The appearance of the control hydrogel scaffold is colloidal and figurate; (d) SEM images (200x) of the TAM-loaded hydrogel scaffold.
A triangular number is a figurate number that can be represented by an equilateral triangular arrangement of points equally spaced.
Triangular numbers are figurate numbers because they represent counting numbers as a geometric configuration of equally spaced points.
They have impacted in the health sector, to figurate like an alternative of the main illnesses of national and world interest, such as: antitumoral (12), antimutagenic (8), antiinflamatory (13), antiviral (17), antioxidant (6) and which are capable to reduce the level of cholesterol in blood (16), besides, presenting properties as anticonvulsive and neuroprotector.
The child also sometimes had violaceous swelling of the eyelid, nodules on the ear, and figurate erythematous plaques on the upper arm.
About 50 paintings comprising, landscape and heritage, culture, figurate art in the exhibition highlighted and depicted the beauty and splendor.
They are firm, coppery-red nodules, larger than 0.5 cm in diameter and usually coming in groups, with a tendency for circinate or figurate arrangements: horse-shoe, tongue, kidney, or they can be serpiginous.
Advanced ToM is also assessed by giving the faux pas test, which includes short vignettes and questions related to a potential faux pas (Baron-Cohen, O'Riordan, Stone, Jones, & Plaisted, 1999), or the strange stories test (Happe, 1994a), questioning students about figurate language used in a story.
The differential diagnosis includes figurate erythemas (erythema chronicum migrans and erythema marginatum) and other conditions with annular, scaling plaques (tinea corporis [ringworm], annular psoriasis, pityriasis rosea, syphilis (secondary stage), andmycosis fungoides).