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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]
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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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But the Saint Nicholas is complemented by its former pendant, the Virgin and Child with Saints Anthony Abbot and Paul the Hermit (1562) from the Chrysler Museum; and the Adoration by a compositionally similar and closely contemporary version of the subject from Santa Corona in Vicenza.
A spark plug of a teacher (and a renowned performer himself), Zambrano substituted the term "improvisation" with "spontaneous choreography" to get us thinking compositionally about improvising--the shifts in dynamic, speed, mood, structure that make an improviser worth watching.
So it's probably no surprise that the chain is still advertising the sandwich--and using an approach that's compositionally similar to one it used in the 1970s when the McMuffin was new.
They found that although rum ether may provide a reasonable qualitative match for authentic rum flavor, the two are compositionally very different.
Far from being 'compositionally disabled,' Shields is interested in constructing a different sort of narrative, one which can effect 'the transfer of consciousness' directly from writer to reader.
According to the company, it's even appropriate to use them for indirect poultry labeling; RH15 will stick to frozen and thawed poultry packaging, and it is compositionally compliant with FDA regulation 21 CFR 175.105--Adhesives.
Here, because there is no comparative photo, Goldin adds nothing to the work, and does nothing compositionally creative, unlike David Hockney in his Polaroid mosaics.
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.
Because most tissue samples are compositionally heterogeneous, e.g., atherosclerotic plaque (1) (Fig.
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.