Modern style


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Modern style

An imprecise term that often includes Contemporary style and Shed style.
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The company is hoping the range, launched in modern style 400g jars, will inject new momentum into a sector which it says is lacking in innovation.
s hip Planet Salon, Ginger Boyle, to break out her protractor and do some beauty math: "This playful and modern style looks great on girls with round or square faces, and who have medium to thick coarse hair.
The editor gave some editorial revision to provide a modern style, but the messages are Taylor's words.
Or do they chronicle the development of a modern style of church leadership?
This very laid back singer/songwriter plays a superb guitar to traditional and modern style, and is at home in either a show or country music venue.
But despite reinterpreting the works of great composers for Pieces In A Modern Style, he is not eligible for the classical charts.
COOL, clean lines and bright colours spell out a modern style that will work well in most settings.
In the sixteenth century Giorgio Vasari hailed Antonio Allegri da Correggio as the first Lombard artist to work in the modern style, adding that his art would have reached absolute perfection if only he had left Lombardy for Rome.
She has not yet learned to pose in a cool and collected style - a modern style - in front of the camera.
After many fluctuations, the ocean flipped to a more modern style around 28 million years ago, the researchers proposed last week at the meeting of the International Geological Congress in Washington, D.
The club combines style and elegance along with European tradition and eclectic modern style.
Bringing together this exceptional group of talent creates an exciting moment for Joe Fresh and delivers our message of easy, modern style via bold and powerful imagery.