pattern

A sample coin made to evaluate its design.

pattern

a recognizable shape or arrangement of things

pattern

  1. a perceptual structure
  2. a customary way of operation or behavior
  3. a decorative or artistic work
  4. something regarded as a normative example
  5. a model considered worthy of imitation
  6. something intended as a guide for making something else
  7. the path that is prescribed for an airplane that is preparing to land at an airport
  8. graphical representation (in polar or cartesian coordina......

    pattern

    (from the article `garden and landscape design`) ...role of lines in a painting, holding the viewer within or leading him out of the composition. In a landscape, however, the function of lines is ... The design of a painting is its visual format: the arrangement of its lines, shapes, colours, tones, and textures into an expressive patte...
    Found on http://www.britannica.com/eb/a-z/p/29

    pattern

    (pat´әrn) a design to be followed or a device to be used in making something. a characteristic set of traits or actions. capsular pattern the predictable loss of range of motion in a joint following injury or a degenerative process such as arthritis; this often occurs ...
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    pattern

    [n] - a model considered worthy of imitation 2. [v] - form a pattern
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    Pattern

    • (n.) A diagram showing the distribution of the pellets of a shotgun on a vertical target perpendicular to the plane of fire. • (n.) Figure or style of decoration; design; as, wall paper of a beautiful pattern. • (n.) Anything cut or formed to serve as a guide to cutting or forming objects; as, a dressmaker`s pattern. • (v. t.)...
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    pattern

    verb plan or create according to a model or models
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    Pattern

    [architecture] Pattern in architecture is the idea of capturing architectural design ideas as archetypal and reusable descriptions. The term `pattern` in this context is usually attributed to Christopher Alexander, an Austrian born American architect. The patterns serve as an aid to design cities and buildings. The concept of having collect...
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    Pattern

    [casting] In casting, a pattern is a replica of the object to be cast, used to prepare the cavity into which molten material will be poured during the casting process. Patterns used in sand casting may be made of wood, metal, plastics or other materials. Patterns are made to exacting standards of construction, so that they can last for a re...
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    Pattern

    [devotional] A pattern in Irish Roman Catholicism refers to the devotions that take place within a parish on the feast day of the patron saint of the parish, on that date, or the nearest Sunday, called Pattern Sunday. ==Tradition== The name pattern is a corruption of patron, as in `patron saint`. Many patterns are linked to rituals at wells...
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    Pattern

    [Schulze] Pattern is a temporary, site-specific public artwork by American artist Paula Schulze, located on the exterior of the former A.O. Smith office building near West Hopkins Street and North 27th Street in the city of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The artwork, which consists of a series of curved, orange patterns painted on wood panels, was i...
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    Pattern

    Pat'tern noun [ Middle English patron , French patron , a patron, also, a pattern. See Patron .] 1. Anything proposed for imitation; an archetype; an exemplar; that which is to be, or is worthy to be, copied or imitated; as, a pattern of a machine. « I will be...
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    Pattern

    Pat'tern transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Patterned ; present participle & verbal noun Patterning .] 1. To make or design (anything) by, from, or after, something that serves as a pattern; to copy; to model; to imitate...
    Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/webster/P/34

    pattern

    1. Anything proposed for imitation; an archetype; an exemplar; that which is to be, or is worthy to be, copied or imitated; as, a pattern of a machine. 'I will be the pattern of all patience.' (Shak) ... 2. A part showing the figure or quality of the whole; a specimen; a sample; an example; an instance. 'He compares the pattern with the whole piece...
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    pattern

    A coin struck as a trial or test piece for a new design - many times without all final legends, dates, design details, etc. - may be struck on different alloys than the final issue.
    Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/10142

    pattern

    a customary way of operation or behavior
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    Pattern

    A form of wood, plastic, metal, or other material around which molding material is placed to make a mold.
    Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/22067

    Pattern

    A motif repeated on a background.
    Found on http://www.sensationalcolor.com/understanding-color/theory/color-term-gloss

    pattern

    a perceptual structure
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    Pattern

    A prescribed order of maneuvers in a particular class such as reining or trail
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    pattern

    a repetition of lines, shapes, and/or movements that results in a spatial or movement design.
    Found on https://www.ket.org/education/resources/dance-glossary/

    Pattern

    a statement about relationships among several observations of nature. It connotes a particular configuration of properties of the system under investigation (Wiens 1989a:18).
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    Pattern

    a statement about relationships among several observations of nature. It connotes a particular configuration of properties of the system under investigation (Wiens 1989a:18).
    Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/22030

    Pattern

    a statement about relationships among several observations of nature. It connotes a particular configuration of properties of the system under investigation (Wiens 1989a18).
    Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/22216
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