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having no distinct shape

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having no definite form or distinct shape

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lacking the system or structure characteristic of living bodies

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without real or apparent crystalline form

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Let [phi]: [WSym.sub.n] [right arrow] [V.sub.n] be the linear map such that [phi] ([[PHI].sup.[pi]]) = [V.sup.[pi]]; this is obviously amorphism of C-module.
The limit (the boundary) becomes therefore the one that gives identity to an amorphism, the one that transforms the substance of freedom into the very essence of freedom.
If the quenched temperature is higher than -70[degrees]C and lower than 70[degrees]C, amorphism, smectic phase and [alpha] crystal structure developed, and if the quenched temperature is lower than -70[degrees]C and higher than 70[degrees]C, amorphism and [alpha] crystal structure developed.
No, and enough to those past decades of liberal Teilhardian, cosmic amorphism imposed on the Catholic presence in this idyllic diocesan countryside.
1960) ("Of course, the purpose of the statute is to prevent any person who might directly benefit from such testimony from giving testimony as to transactions with the deceased."); and Miller, Will Formality, Judicial Formalism, and Legislative Reform:An Examination of the New Uniform Probate Code "Harmless Error" Rule and the Movement Toward Amorphism, 43 FLA.