National style

National style

A term sometimes used as a synonym for Greek Revival style during the height of its popularity, from about 1830 to 1850.
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6, a synthesis of Czech national style and traditional classical-romantic form.
The underlying melancholic mood, an inherent feature of the Finnish national style, derives perhaps from a Slavic streak in Sibelius's persona.
A variety of inflatable attractions were also available including a Grand National style space-hopper race and a laser quest arena.
association age schooled over our Grand National style fences this morning and they jumped nicely as you would expect of horses with experience "Both Soll and The Pack age schooled over our Grand National style fences this morning and they jumped nicely as you would expect of horses with experience of the big race.
Hijab stylist Yoke Adi demonstrated the 'Casual' national style with Eka Farid who volunteered to model for the presentation while the elaborate 'Party Style' hijab was presented by Ciecie Dafris with model, Jihan Rahmad.
The French in this period were forging their national style of music and the young Louis XIV wanted only French style music at his court.
Pro Kabaddi League is played more in a national style while this will be more of a Punjabi style.
She then went on to win a national Style Hero contest and bagged prizes including PS1000, the chance to appear in a promotional campaign and a VIP trip to the Elite Model Look Grand Final.
Well, only a Rajesh Khanna could have catapulted such a mundane piece of wardrobe to a national style statement.
It has it's own national style, in a sense, but clearly lacks a desire or ability to polish it into a desired 'look'.
Nezet-Seguin has a strong affinity for French music, though far from relying on tradition or national style, he focuses on what is universal and transcendent in the music.

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