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High style

The more ornately detailed version of an architectural style; used in contrast to simpler examples, from different periods or of the same period.
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I cannot express enough gratitude to High Style team for bringing my story to life.
She closes the first act in the light high style of the concertato aria with solo oboes and horns.
To look at the concealed carry handbags that are available, you would not know that they allow you to carry a weapon; high style is their hallmark.
Prefab is nothing short of pre-fabulous for homeowners demanding high style without a long wait
Much of the film is dialogue-free, and presented with a smudgy, widescreen artfulness that marries realism with high style.
9 seconds, this four seater (available in 16 paint finishes) offers high performance and high style with full leather trim, an onboard computer, and an optional GPS navigational system.
Populist without sacrificing high style, and high style without pretension Hudson is an outgrowth of a new world order, where instant access to global travel and the Internet has led to a democratization of style.
Hume's paintings, too, with their atmosphere of high style and inaccessible emotion, invite viewers to project upon them.
In classical rhetoric the plain style is the lowest of the traditional three levels of style, and as such, Auski correctly observes, is not greatly valued, although he never really grasps the converse point, that the high style was more estimated because of its greater efficiency in movere, moving the listeners' or readers' souls to give assent (note the conspicuous absence of this point on 34 and 53).
Just in time for the holiday season, lucy is bringing high-tech and high style clothing to two of Chicago's most popular shopping locationsCoLincoln Park and Water Tower Place.
The Elum name is synonymous with high style and sophistication, making the brand a perfect new addition to our distinct product offering.

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