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- adj. Of or pertaining to texture
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to texture.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or relating to texture: as, textural differences between rocks.
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Solo, which is obvious; textural, which is what a rhythm section often does … and structural improvising, which the bandleader or conductor might organise, deciding during the performance to have the band play the sections of the piece in a different order, or play five choruses instead of four, or whatever.
Part 2 explores enzyme technology for specific food applications such as textural improvement, protein-based fat replacers, flavor enhancers, and health-functional carbohydrates.
In the past, laying painted paper towels over another surface has been great at producing a semi-translucent textural wash-type effect.
To an ancient this weary night would occupy the full spectrum of darkness to brilliance, the textural darkness of night without the neon and metal halide and sodium vapor lamps, darkness matting the heavens like molten tar, all things immediate and compelling in the sense that they could be compelled out of the world, owing to will and consciousness, not to desire and effort.
One includes a sample of Björk and others, nearly all of them, sound intriguingly grainy and textural, like digital files opened up and turned inside-out for inspection.
He is noted for his use of industrial and slick materials which create dazzling textural interest.
In the case of the clam, that is due to the textural sensation of the golden coating juxtaposed against the salty sweetness of the entrapped clam.
As long as you get the juice to sugar ratio right always taste your sorbet before you freeze it, however many times you've used the recipe, the main battle with sorbets is textural – how to achieve that melting smoothness that sets them apart from the granita.
Using course sea salt instead of fine makes an interesting textural and flavor variation.
The process seems to take all the moisture out from the surface and just below it, and this is clearly part of the formation of the crusty, jerky like, spice laden "bark" on the surface that contributes to the textural and flavor profile.