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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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Therefore, with decreasing the cooling rate from 2,000 to 100 K/s, the amount of amorphously solidified chain segments decreases and the amount of the [gamma]'-form increases.
Karrubi said it is therefore essential for the leadership to reside amorphously with "the people" because any real organizer will swiftly be taken down by the government.
That fact suggests that considerable skepticism is warranted toward the claim that something amorphously called "originalism" is uniquely consistent with law and democracy because of its ability to produce a single, objective, unchanging constitutional meaning.
It pains Nicolas to leave his parents behind yet the pull of distance is great even though the quest objectives seem amorphously uncertain.
Then there were those settlements which failed to find a centralising point and sprawled amorphously.
Both pristine and SHI irradiated films demonstrate amorphously nanocrystalline composition.
Bur again, attribution is impossible: we could assign it--if we agree to adopt the poem's own bewildering vagueness--to "the Sex"; even more amorphously, we might trace it to some sort of transcendent, sanctified source (after all, it is a "sacred" Rule).
What matters here is words (broadly and finally amorphously defined), and what matters much less is deeds, the "tyranny of things" promoted by scholars such as Chicago's Bill Brown, cultural artifacts, and so forth.
29) Because the erroneous expectations of at-will employees are rooted in a verifiable factual mistake, they should be fairly easy to correct without recourse to amorphously heightened standards of a "knowing and voluntary" waiver.
31) For example, some states define specific calendar dates within which an irrigation right can be exercised, while others limit the period of use to an amorphously defined "irrigation season.
But the benefit is somewhat opaque, because the state's arts-and-culture sector straddles the line between for-profit and nonprofit and amorphously crosses into businesses ranging from galleries to design firms to rock bands.
Amorphously colorful illustrations enhance the playful verse about the wonders of creativity and the beauty of transforming thought into reality.
A solitary existence is counterpoised with a nocturnal bohemian social life as, in this amorphously nostalgic nineteenth-century, Romantic individualism meets aesthetic decadence.
Spirit), assumed to be amorphously present in those who claim it.
Jackson gives examples of what he considers as multidimensional spatialities, thus: "Thai discourses, for example, are no longer bounded within the borders of the single state called Thailand, but neither do they float amorphously without any boundaries whatsoever across all domains or locales.