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  • adjective Of, pertaining to, or formed by accretion

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Examples

  • We make physical things, buildings that become a part in an accretional process, they make cities.

    Thom Mayne on architecture as connection

  • And I'd been extremely interested in this notion of randomness as it produces architectural work and as it definitely connects to the notion of the city, an accretional notion of the city, and that led to various ideas of organization.

    Thom Mayne on architecture as connection

  • And I'd been extremely interested in this notion of randomness as it produces architectural work and as it definitely connects to the notion of the city, an accretional notion of the city, and that led to various ideas of organization.

    Thom Mayne on architecture as connection

  • We make physical things, buildings that become a part in an accretional process, they make cities.

    Thom Mayne on architecture as connection

  • We make physical things, buildings that become a part in an accretional process, they make cities.

    Thom Mayne on architecture as connection

  • And I'd been extremely interested in this notion of randomness as it produces architectural work and as it definitely connects to the notion of the city, an accretional notion of the city, and that led to various ideas of organization.

    Thom Mayne on architecture as connection

  • Christian leaders of the past, and various other religious practices and ceremonies which were accretional to the ordinances of the Gospel.

    The Secret of Divine Civilization

  • It has long been established that intraplate orogens occur in the present Earth (e.g., the Mesozoic-Cenozoic Tian Shan orogenic belt in Central Asia), but they are uncommon in Earth's history in comparison to collisional or accretional orogenic belts.

    EurekAlert! - Breaking News

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