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Acting, Film, and Studio
  • Composite card - a marketing tool for actors and especially models.
  • Composite character - a character in an adaptation of a work formed from two or more characters from the original work.
  • Digital compositing or optical film compositing - a common 2-D visual effects technique.
  • The family Compositae or "composite family" - the largest family of flowering plants; now called Asteraceae.
  • Composite volcano - a tall, conical volcano composed of many layers of hardened lava, tephra, and volcanic ash.
Science and Technology
  • Composite order - in architecture, a type of capital on a column.
  • Compositing (democracy), the process of combining several motions into a composite motion.
  • Facial composite - an estimated likeness of a face made from an eyewitnesses description.

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ArtLex on Composition (201 words)
It is often useful to discuss these in reference to the principles of design, as well as to the relative weight of the composition's parts.
When a composition is limited to a distinct area of a plate or a sheet of paper, it is good practice to note the composition's measurements, as well as the measurements of the plate and of the overall sheet.
The design of a composition should either be pleasing or it should be in some other way expressive.
Atmospheric Composition (911 words)
The composition of the global atmosphere has an influence on climate and the ozone layer, as well as their relation to air quality, all of which have implications for ecosystem vitality and human health.
Human and ecosystem well-being are related to the composition of the Earth's atmosphere.
CCSP seeks to create a research and observation framework for atmospheric composition that provides information on the interactions among changes in the atmosphere, climate, the environment, and human health (see Figure 1) needed for sound policy decisions.
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