Noun(1) a painting that is applied to a wall surface
Adjective(1) of or relating to walls
(1) The small intestine had a 1.7-cm, firm mural nodule with intact mucosa but showed infiltrative growth into the mesenteric fat.(2) CarrÔö£├í was born in Quargnento in 1881, at the age of twelve he left home to work as a mural decorator first at Valenza Po, and from 1895 in Milan.(3) Western classical mural columns were set on both sides of doors.(4) Additionally, mucinous cystadenocarcinomas often have papillary projections and mural nodules that may correlate with areas of malignancy.(5) A mural stairs leads to a series of small gardens also.(6) Woven tapestry is one of the oldest and richest mural arts, and can be traced right back to the Ancient Greeks, Egyptians and Native North Americans.(7) It also predisposes to thrombosis, leucocyte adhesion, and mural smooth muscle proliferation.(8) He was a signwriter and housepainter by trade, admiring William Morris and Walter Crane and specialising in mural decoration.(9) Italian mural decoration was an appropriate interest for someone who had been brought up in Florence and had achieved international fame excavating the wall decorations of Assyrian palaces.(10) Systemic thromboembolism is a common complication of cardiac mural thrombosis.(11) The practice of appropriating mural surfaces for esthetic purposes goes back, after all, in recent art history to the start of the 1940s.(12) The usual pattern of involvement is focal or diffuse plaques of thickened valvular or mural endocardium.(13) Games have been painted on the playgrounds and murals on the walls.(14) His work, often in the form of large murals , painted in situ, has a hard - edged, modern feel.(15) My grandfather though, was a muralist in Ireland and he worked painting the saints and religious scenes in churches across the land.(16) She spent much of her time in the school's hallways creating murals on the walls.
(1) mural painting :: vægmaleri
1. wall painting ::
Different Formsmural, muralist, muralists, murals
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