Noun(1) reduction in size of an organ or part (as in the return of the uterus to normal size after childbirth(2) a long and intricate and complicated grammatical construction(3) marked by elaborately complex detail(4) the act of sharing in the activities of a group(5) the process of raising a quantity to some assigned power(6) the action of enfolding something
(1) Gradual involution of the Bartholin's glands can occur by the time a woman reaches 30 years of age.(2) periods of artistic involution(3) The result is an irreversible and progressive process of involution as death approaches.(4) And like, a dear friend of mine, a lawyer had said, ├ö├ç├┐that we should be involved in the process of evolution and not in the process of involution .├ö├ç├û(5) Urban annotation thus becomes a process of involution , an intensive rather than an extensive phenomenon: a potential anti-sprawl.(6) In other words, it is a process of involution with Puram Shiva getting involved increasing with each step and descending to the stage where it look as physical.(7) In ├ö├ç├┐Mister Squishy,├ö├ç├û the story about the focus group, the main character, Terry Schmidt, is strewn about in this medium, a strange involution of tone and form.(8) He is also remembered by those working in algebraic geometry for his discovery of an involution , now named after him.(9) This work contains fundamental ideas of projective geometry such as the cross-ratio, perspective, involution and the circular points at infinity.(10) Routine sections revealed normal thymic tissue with fatty involution and no evidence of tumor.(11) Short dry periods provide insufficient time for regeneration and involution of mammary gland tissue.(12) As gastrulation proceeds, the region of involution spreads laterally and vegetally so that involution involves the vegetal endoderm and so forms a circle around a plug of yolky cells.(13) Three years ago, disturbed by the politics and social involution of a mere work-for-the-dole scheme, I delivered a paper in Sydney entitled ├ö├ç├┐There is no such thing as a welfare economy├ö├ç├û.(14) This response is likely due to an increase in the amount of time required for uterine involution for primiparous cows but also may be related to maternal bonding between the cow and calf.(15) The book also treats von Staudt's theory of complex elements as defined by real involutions .(16) This stage of achievement marks the completion of the involutionary path of descent into matter and form.
(1) involution :: التفاف
2. exponentiation ::
4. involvement ::
1. simplicity ::
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