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com·po·si·tion

(kom'pō-zish'ŭn),
chemistry the kinds and numbers of atoms constituting a molecule.
[L. compono, to arrange]

composition

Vox populi
1. That of which a thing is composed or formed. See Base composition.
2. La-la-la-la-la-la etc, á la Mozart.
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Doing the makeup herself and using matte and glossy aluminum she came up with her own series, stylistically all Bacon, but compositionally unique.
The Taffanel is probably the most interesting and compositionally successful of the romantic era wind quintets (of which there are few).
The purpose of this paper is to develop a more general method for sample recruitment in experiments that is purposive (not random) and that results in a sample that is compositionally similar to the generalization population.
While the pic's Manila-based animation team delivers a more colorful and ambitious visual palette than that of the comparably low-fi "Hoodwinked," the results still look cheap and at times compositionally ill judged, especially when compared with recent studio-polished efforts.
Compositionally, Costley aptly imitates the represented styles in the collection.
We see the relations (some of them--there is a good deal more to say about this centrally important philosophical matter in Nietzsche's thought) between the ways in which language is at times thought by Nietzsche to impose a structure, coherence, and order on experience--and the ways in which the direct analogues to these qualities in music are arrived at compositionally.
Sassetta also uses the number compositionally and groups the travelers in threes.
Compositionally, the "black-garbed Spanish matrons" placed in the lower center of the frame mimic the distant trees, both of which serve as a counterbalance to the riotous color display.
Compositionally graded yttria-stabilized zirconia coating on stainless steel using laser engineered net shaping (LENS), Scripta Materiallia, 57, (2007), 861-864, ISSN: 1359-6462
Two oval panels entitled Erasmus I and II, compositionally based on Holbein's portrait of the same name, depict the hands and book of the notable reformer, now enveloped by flowers.