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seamless

adjective Referring to a smooth and seemingly uninterrupted transition from one task, protocol or format of operation to another, for example, in translating virtual reality simulations of endoscopic surgery into clinical practice, or changing one diagnostic or therapeutic method to another.

seamless

Vox populi adjective Referring to a smooth and seemingly uninterrupted transition from one task to another.
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Kirby believes in the seamlessness of 'high' and 'low' art; his poems are filled with references to everyone from Fats Domino and Garth Brooks to Keats and Sylvia Plath.
Adolescence and Delinquency is less an attempt to apply object relations theory to a particular population than it is an attempt to illuminate the seamlessness of theory and application.
It covers current projection technologies, techniques for achieving geometric alignment and color seamlessness, and image rendering using PC clusters.
While some herald the utopian potential of digital cinema (the democratization of film production, the endless potential for expanding the representational scope and optical field of the cinema, the increased realism or seamlessness of special effects), others proclaim (once again) the death of cinema as we know it and decry the decline of narrative and characterization at the expense of gaudy, meaningless spectacle.
Nevertheless, the almost miraculous seamlessness of the final image floating through layers of transparent material is as awe-inspiring and pleasurable as the overblown images themselves.
Yet he is ideal for Ottone and invests the role with deep feeling, made all the more touching thanks to the seamlessness of his singing and the perfect placement of his unusual voice.
The concerto's seamlessness underlined the less than organic Fifth Symphony.
Rather, for the participants in the Forum who worked with Cynthia during what turned out to be the last months of her life, there was a welcome if disturbing seamlessness between exchanges and discussions with her in the fall and spring, the shock of her death, and the starkly printed reincarnation, as it were, of her remarkable voice.
Nights of pure seamlessness, times impregnable, synaesthetic.
The DOR has achieved a remarkable seamlessness in its operations, communicating as a single entity instead of fragmented divisions," says Cummiskey.
Which leads me to wonder about that seamlessness that you were describing before: how much does that seamlessness describe the cracks in these traditions?
On its Web site, the company urges purchasers to verify the nation of origin and the company manufacturing hose couplings, as these must meet certain requirements for seamlessness.