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mural

 [mu´ral]
pertaining to or occurring in a wall of an organ or cavity.

mu·ral

(myū'răl),
Relating to the wall of any cavity.
[L. muralis; fr. murus, wall]

mural

/mu·ral/ (mūr´'l) pertaining to or occurring in the wall of a body cavity.

mural

[myo̅o̅′rəl]
Etymology: L, murus, wall
1 adj, pertaining to something that is found on or against the wall of a cavity, such as a mural thrombus on an interior wall of the heart.
2 n, a painting on a wall.

mu·ral

(myū'răl)
Relating to the wall of any cavity.
[L. muralis; fr. murus, wall]

mural

On the wall of a hollow organ or structure.

mural

pertaining to or occurring in a wall of an organ or cavity.
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The size of the area to be covered, desired colors, and whether the mural is in an interior or exterior location also affect the choice of formulation.
Painter, muralist, printmaker, experimenter, educator, organizer Woodruff became art director at Atlanta University, where he founded the art department and permanent collection and later painted the Art of the Negro murals.
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Painted in 1931 by the well-known muralist, Lillian Gaertner Palmedo, the mural depicts a nautical theme that was appropriate for the Maritime Exchange, whose role served to oversee shipping logistics and operations of New York harbor.
Once a mural has been painted, neither community can control its subsequent interpretations.
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