structureless


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structureless

(ˈstrʌktʃəlɪs)
adj
without structure
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attach, 120 m wall surface paint fleece provide structureless and
That world is presumed to be inherently structureless and meaningless.
It is him, who, years later, Kuo returns to teach again from the confines of his prison; adding structure to his structureless days behind bars for manslaughter, where he is rendered unable to take care of his baby daughter.
These unique properties include: highly brilliant silver colors and impressive flop behavior; fine and medium-fine pigments with little scattering properties; extremely narrow particle size distribution; excellent metallic character when tinted with organic pigments; and very smooth, glossy and structureless metallic effects.
When the warmer and drier spring conditions arrived, the shallow surface soil with its wetness, structureless consolidated state and small store of plant-available water, dried quickly by way of prolonged Stage 1 and 2 drying and little or no capillary rise of water from the dense and impermeable subsoil.
Instead the speaker moves through structureless space--a house which "builds itself around me, not in rooms and not equally.
They are open to forms of embodiment that open a space between the binaries of imposed rigid structure and structureless tyranny.
DermNet NZ describes the blue veil as: "an irregular structureless area of confluent blue pigment with a ground glass haze, as if the image were out of focus.
Sedimentary Structures: The pebble boulder conglomerate facies is a poorly sorted, relatively structureless fine to medium sand grade ooid-peloidal matrix-supported rock, Clasts range from rounded granules to sub-rounded chips, rounded and tabular pebbles and boulder-sized clasts ranging from 10 cm to 1.
the small, structureless, impregnate ovum from which we have each one of us sprung, has a potential recollection of all that has happened to each one of its ancestors prior to the period at which any such ancestor has issued from the bodies of its progenitors-- provided, that is to say, a sufficiently deep, or sufficiently often-repeated, impression has been made to admit of its being remembered at all.

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