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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]

texture

the structure or constitution of tissues.
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Yet, had Alymer reached a profounder wisdom, he need not thus have flung away the happiness which would have woven his mortal life of the selfsame texture with the celestial.
In one corner was a low couch covered with a rug similar to those on the floor except that it was of a lighter texture, and upon this sat a woman.
Do not the constructive fingers of Watt, Fulton, Whittemore, Arkwright, predict the fusible, hard, and temperable texture of metals, the properties of stone, water, and wood?
Textures have come a very long way the past decade or so and have some very complex geometries.
Through the Fall in Love with Your Hair campaign, Beautiful Textures is enabling women to experience their premium quality, affordably priced line of moisturizing shampoos, conditioners, treatments and styling aids while unveiling the season's most alluring hair styles.
Children presenting with food selectivity by texture tend to consume a small variety of textures and reject most novel textures.
Despite the wide use of haptic textures there is a lack of scientific studies on the emotional qualities and expectations associated with specific textures.
Chameleons: Reptilian Texture" (page 35) asks middle-schoolers to draw these charming little lizards using shape, contrasting colors, patterns and various textures to add interest and feeling to their work.
The proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Textures of Materials, held in Pittsburgh in June 2008, covers friction stir welding and processing, texture and anisotropy in steels, effects of magnetic fields, hexagonal metals, and texture in materials design.
Consolidating extensive research and development of unique, conceptual approaches using a diverse texturiser portfolio, the company highlighted its capabilities in creating inspiring, consumer-driven textures.
Those two industries are playing a huge role in the development of future grains, textures and fabrics for automotive applications, according to Susan Lampinen, group chief designer-color and materials and program interior at Ford.
She goes out one to three times a week capturing the textures of large rocks there and at other locations.