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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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They explain, "What interests us in operations of striation and smoothing are precisely the passages or combinations: how the forces at work within space continually striate it, and how in the course of its striation it develops other forces and emits new smooth spaces.
Following Deleuze and Guattari, one might argue that not only are the Atonist efforts to striate all space unable to contain Jes Grew, but, ultimately, the effort at striation in this case has the reverse effect and actually "emits new smooth spaces" (500), or at least those spaces at the crossroads that defy the one-way logic the Atonists wish to impose on all peoples and places.
As Deleuze and Guattari point out, the battle between the mutually constitutive spaces of the smooth and the striated continues on indefinitely; that is to say, while the smooth space of Jes Grew challenges the neat lines drawn by Atonism, there are also forces at work within the State that continually striate all space.