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figurate

(fĭg′ū-rāt) [L. figuratum, figured]
Having a rounded, curved, circular, or ringed shape. The term is used to describe rashes that leave elaborately embroidered markings on the skin.
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In Section 2, general properties of m-trapezoidal numbers are discussed as well as links with other figurate numbers.
Figurate erythema with bullous pemphigoid: a true paraneoplastic phenomenon?
"The Mystery Of Numbers" is both a numerical and spiritual journey: starting from prime and figurate numbers; to Fibonacci sequence and the golden section; to alchemy and the Mayan calendar; to the atoms and its forces, along with the ether and the fourth dimension.
22: "Figurate lector que esta divagacion fuese ilustrada con vistas de Gredos, la subida por la barranca, ventisquero, el pico de Almanzaro, el Ameal de Pablo, la choza de un pastor, la laguna vista desde arriba, etcetera ?Cuanto no ganaria esto para los que quieren cosas?"
Figurate tu que me quiero bajar en la 27 y no se lo puedo decir al guaguero ...
This garden that in my figurate mind seems to want to open small new horizons to my joy after last night's - tempest, this garden is somewhat white and perhaps green if I wish to colour it and waits for one to set foot inside, its pacificity without allure.
The capacity for signifying innovation, 'linguistic creativity' is the capacity to form new metaphorical associations and to invent new cognitive combinations, the capacity to figurate, picture, portray and present, as against the capacity for mere representation.