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lab·y·rin·thine

(lab'i-rin'thīn),
Relating to any labyrinth or taking such form.

lab·y·rin·thine

(lab'i-rin'thēn)
Relating to any labyrinth.
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And wandered I alone, for WHAT did my soul hunger by night and in labyrinthine paths?
The connection between Catullus 64 and the imagery and thematic of the passage at hand compels the reader to retrace his or her footsteps through a French text that obliquely points to its own maze-like qualities and "destours" by exhibiting the labyrinthine palace.
Robert Matthews, an amateur astronomer in Oxford, England, performed the labyrinthine calculations at the heart of the new study, described in the March 15 MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY.
In an effort to downsize and consolidate its labyrinthine Manhattan real estate portfolio--which is scattered in over 70 different locations throughout the city--Verizon is selling the majority of 1095 Avenue of the Americas, its current headquarters, and will relocate major portions of its offices and switch operations downtown to 140 West Street.
The labyrinthine exhibition was a five-part installation, including a fake studio fitted out with original film equipment, period furniture, and all kinds of memorabilia; three small screening rooms; and an archive.
As the labyrinthine promenade weaves its way through the structure's eight levels, the facade is articulated by a series of sculptural windows that cut through a backdrop facade that features 250 sq m of insulating glass panels by Okalux set within deep channelled aluminium mullions.
Findings on ultrathin computed tomography of the temporal bones were consistent with otosclerosis of the labyrinthine capsule, which was more pronounced on the right.
Much of the difficulty we have in understanding the nature of Leonardo's writings and drawings lies in what the author has defined as the "labyrinthine gaze," a thought process in constant motion and of such diversity that it obscures the focus of his textual and visual notes.
Most of these labyrinthine molecules include aluminum or silicon atoms arranged in rings that link to form channels and cages within the crystal.
In any case, the end result is a sprawling, labyrinthine mess-an art history in the manner of Tristram Shandy that, rather than addressing works of art by artists, purports to examine "the role of radically simplified form and systematic strategies" in Western art after World War II.
Approaching this book and reading it is like being attracted from a distance by the gaunt splendour of the Tate Modern, but emerging from it irritated by its labyrinthine, badly-lit galleries in idiotic places, leaving one with the impression of a second-rate power station tarted up by fashionable shopfitters.
Findings on ultrathin-section computed tomography of the temporal bones were consistent with labyrinthine capsule otosclerosis.