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Synonyms for composition

something that is the result of creative effort

a relatively brief discourse written especially as an exercise

a settlement of differences through mutual concession

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the spatial property resulting from the arrangement of parts in relation to each other and to the whole

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a mixture of ingredients

art and technique of printing with movable type

an essay (especially one written as an assignment)

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something that is created by arranging several things to form a unified whole

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We designed, engineered, and validated a semiautomated technique (TMAD) for splitting tissue into compositionally identical aliquots.
It is also evident that 300 [micro]m thick TBC in association with compositionally optimized 125 [micro]m thick NiCoCrAlY bond coating (smart bond coating) enhanced the super alloy life by about 600 times, which was found to be optimum.
5 which is a Ca/P ratio similar to that of TCP but structurally chemically and compositionally similar to stoichiometric HA.
It's a remarkably consistent selection, both in quality of playing and in single-mindedness of vision, particularly compositionally.
The tensile elongations for P-E polymers are typically greater than 1,000%; this extensibility is a significant difference and much larger than noted for compositionally heterogeneous blends of propylene ethylene copolymers, which have the same average composition as the corresponding P-E polymers.
Not every email or discussion board posting or chat room discussion needs to be grammatically correct, compositionally developed, or rhetorically sound, but the general tendencies of the student writers ought to lean in those directions.
Sandstones above and below the paleosol contain 60% quartz, 25% feldspar, and 15% kaolinite and are compositionally similar to Zone 1, indicating the paleosol formed on sandstones.
The gases identified in the Precambrian Shield host rocks are compositionally unique compared to conventional hydrocarbon gases.
One of the few Brazilians of African descent to make a mark as a composer and arranger during the decades of the 1950s and 1960s, Santos audaciously added the rhythmically distinctive flavor of Afro-Brazilian forms to his harmonically rich and compositionally complex works.
Compositionally, Wohmann writes a brief introduction in which she sets up abbreviations for immediate family members.
Sixteen new methods that distinguish behavioral characteristics of compositionally diverse petroleum asphalts were developed or refined into new methods during this project.
It's full of big statements yet, compositionally, it failed to develop the ideas.
I use it to present and organise my work compositionally and conceptually.
While I can appreciate and enjoy Modern art, compositionally it's just not my style.
Additionally, the design interacts compositionally with the complex's large minimalist buildings.