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Modernistic

(1920–1940)
Known through the years as Art Deco, Art Moderne, and Depression Modern, its ornamentation around doors and windows stressed the verticality of the skyscrapers for which the style was popular.
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After they toured the building, Pat and John Skipper of Eugene said they liked the interior more than the modernistic exterior.
Resulting from a modernistic self perspective is a cognitive or rationalist theory of change.
One such "Journal Focus" question might be to call attention to a modernistic work of art in their textbooks and ask them to support why they feel the piece should or should not be considered art.
Even before World War 1, Ronald Knox had noted modernistic trends leading to a "fog of scepticism" among Anglican theologians.
He eschews such popular modernistic trends in fiction as obscuring reality and creating never-never lands and characters.
The modernistic glass pavilion, which blends admirably and discreetly with the house, provides entrance to the foundation, ticketing, cloakroom facilities and an enlarged library.
They are increasingly overshadowed by modernistic and more global-conscious Pentecostal/charismatic movements.
The solution's server-less architecture is significant for the scalability of any storage solution, containing Storage Area Networks (SANs), and also upholds modernistic media services and Network Attached Storage (NAS).
The winning submission, by architect Ernesto Betancourt, includes a small forest of jacaranda trees, park benches, a fountain, and a grouping of modernistic poles that will incorporate lights, wind chimes, and banners.
And the endpages depict sixteen postcard pictures of a variety of houses ranging from a trailer to a modernistic cliff-hugger.
For instance, the discussion of Lawd Today is a significant contribution that restores this text to its foundational role in the chronological order of Wright's work; as such, it would have been further enriched by a consideration of Wright's representation of Black English in the context of a modernistic literary experiment.
Coupled with the Sinfonia are Arnold Schoenberg's chamber arrangement of Johann Strauss's Kaiser Waltz, a fairly well-known adaptation; and Ernest Bloch's Four Episodes, something I can only describe as modernistic, neo-classical, programmatic impressionism.