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striate

 [stri´āt] (striated [stri´āt-ed]) having streaks or striae.

stri·ate

(strī'āt),
Striped; marked by striae.
[L. striatus, furrowed]

striate

/stri·ate/ (stri´āt) striated.

stri·ate

(strī'āt)
Striped; marked by striae.
[L. striatus, furrowed]

striate

(of plant structures) marked with parallel ridges or depressions.

striate, striated

having streaks or striae, e.g. striate retinopathy.

striate border
striate duct
the intralobular duct of major salivary glands.
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As in the previous image, there is a definite sense of depth in the image, but as we are striating the depth of the image, we find it collapsing back into the space of the smooth intensive surface colour.
In anticipation of its arrival "Wall Street is tense" (21), for a bout of Jes Grew leaves another city, New Orleans, "a mess" (17), a mess that the striating logic of the Atonists seeks quickly to tidy up.
Ironically, while Atonists focus their efforts on striating this space, these efforts, unintentionally, produce a cultural crossroads out of which "new combinations," cultural and spatial, have the potential to grow.
It seems that the speed-up of the Jazz Age has produced a speed-up in economic circulation, and while this would appear to be desirable to Atonist capitalists, it threatens to move beyond their control, to overflow the striating networks of circulation they have constructed.