The sum total is a sprawling, mosaic portrait of the nation.
Add to that the complexity of the Syrian social and religious "mosaic," as it's often called.
You could argue that there are two types of Jewish intellectuals left: the mosaic and the Freudian.
mosaic is in the business of providing financing to the people who build the arrays.
Earlier this month, mosaic started a new initiative to crowdsource solar arrays on schools.
But this is no objection to the truth of the interpretation of the mosaic law here given.
Language-rather, the appearance of language-provided the geometry of the mosaic.
The heavy stone step on which his tomb rests was laid upon, and nearly covered, a flat monumental slab in the mosaic pavement.
In the restoration, the impluvium is surrounded with a mosaic border.
The facts of geographical distribution had been shown to be obviously inconsistent with the mosaic legend.
c.1400, from Old French mosaicq "mosaic work," from Italian mosaico, from Medieval Latin musaicum "mosaic work, work of the Muses," noun use of neuter of musaicus "of the Muses," from Latin Musa (see muse). Medieval mosaics were often dedicated to the Muses. The word formed in Medieval Latin as though from Greek, but the (late) Greek word for "mosaic work" was mouseion (Klein says this sense was borrowed from Latin). Figurative use is from 1640s. As an adjective in English from 1580s. Related: Mosaicist.
mosaic mo·sa·ic (mō-zā'ĭk)
Patterned in small squares; tesselated. n.
An organism exhibiting mosaicism.