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  • n. Plural form of texture.

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Examples

  • The entire home and even the furnishings borrow shades, colors and textures from the American national flag and that theme is the unifying thread of the complete design.

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  • Filed under: opportunities | Tags: daina taimina, latvian centre, stories in textures, textures conference

    Call for Entries: Stories in Textures with Daina Taimina

  • Because of this contrast in textures, in addition to the fact that they are usually flavored with vanilla, canneles are sometimes referred to as “portable creme brulees.”

    Trader Joe’s Canneles de Bordeaux, reviewed | Baking Bites

  • So far we have created a Boris Karloff-style mummy, weird skin textures made with liquid latex and bread crumbs (!), Collodion scars, and a Ed 'Big Daddy' Roth-style bug eyed dragstrip monster called a 'Weird-Oh.'

    Boing Boing: May 21, 2006 - May 27, 2006 Archives

  • His technique has allowed him to perceive nature from a wholly different perspective, wherein textures and details become the focal point of the image.

    Living Memories

  • The excitement of being introduced to new flavors and textures is what all foodies love to experience.

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • Tate & Lyle has introduced a new natural starch to its line of waxy maize starches in order to provide a wider range of clean label textures for snack foods.

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  • Tate & Lyle has introduced a new natural starch to its line of waxy maize starches in order to provide a wider range of clean label textures for snack foods. starch is the second to boast a clean label in the company's X-Pand'R range of starches as the company looks to follow the trend for natural foods.

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  • The flavors combine and recombine in endless variation as you eat, and the textures are all there: crunch, snap, chew, squish.

    Wiener's Circle Dubbed The 'Most Depressing Hot Dog Stand In America'

  • So in origami, to obey these laws, we can take simple patterns -- like this repeating pattern of folds, called textures -- and by itself it's nothing.

    Robert Lang folds way-new origami

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