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texture

 [teks´chur]
the structure or constitution of tissues. adj., adj tex´tural.

tex·ture

(teks'chūr),
The composition or structure of a tissue or organ.
[L. textura, fr. texo, pp. textus, to weave]

tex·ture

(teks'chŭr)
The composition or structure of a tissue or organ.
[L. textura, fr. texo, pp. textus, to weave]
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It is strange, certainly, but no one must be allowed to notice it.' And so he praised the cloth which he did not see, and expressed to them his delight at the beautiful colours and the splendid texture. 'Yes, it is quite beautiful,' he said to the Emperor.
'See, your Majesty, what a texture! What colours!' And then they pointed to the empty loom, for they believed that the others could see the cloth quite well.
--this veil, under which far more of his spirit was hidden than revealed, and through which he so imperfectly discerned the actual world, --or was its gray texture woven of some dark calamity?
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For processed foods, an understanding of texture yields insight into the control of processing operations--heating, frying and drying--to attain desired quality attributes in the end product.
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To provide even more designer looks, texture options include straight grain, stippled and glass.
Fine particles of silica are applied in the lacquer to give the non-shiny matt look and improve toughness, while micro-balloons of polyamide provide the special texture.
Blur Texture -- Depth of Field: In photography, the term "depth of field" refers to the range of depth that is considered to be "in-focus" for a picture of that scene.
When you think about texture in apparel, you might think mostly about fall, when wool, tweed, velvet and satin are appropriate seasonal fabrics.
The conventional image segmentation methods of color image usually bring large error segmentation and over segmentation when dealing with complex texture regions.