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esquisse

[e′skēs]
(architecture)
A preliminary sketch or design drawing showing the basic features of a project.

esquisse

A first sketch or very rough design drawing showing the general features of a proposed project. See also: Design drawing

esquisse

A first sketch or very rough design drawing showing the general features of a project.
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Urner, Catherine (1891-1942): Esquisses normandes 134, 135; "Le lac" vi; Mass ix, Passacaille 139.
On en trouvera une esquisse dans Jann Pasler, << Democracy, Ethics, and Commerce : the Concerts populaires Movement in late 19th-century France >>, Les societes de musique en Europe, 1700-1920, Hans Erich Bodeker et Patrick Veit (dir.
L'evaluation periodique du programme de partenariat exprime donc le souci permanent des deux parties de traduire dans les faits les projets esquisses.
65-82) focuses on an analysis of Petites esquisses d'oiseaux (1985).
Ayant revise severement les Memoires de Boisrond-Tonnerre et connaissant les esquisses de l'epopee L'Haitiade de Juste Chanlatte, Herard savait parfaitement quels genres etaient a sa disposition pour realiser son projet de narrer l'avenement de la nation haitienne.
seem to run toward some triumph of the Parisian woman, to a party where Paris celebrates her delightful charms', Roger-Marx, Exposition de Pastels, Lithographie, Croquis, Esquisses, Affiches Illustrees de Jules Cheret, Galeries du Theatre d'Application, Paris, December 1889, introduction.
From this time on Universal Edition published practically everything that Schulhoff wrote: the piano Ostinato, which is a playful, sprightly celebration of the birth of his son, the Sonata for Piano dedicated to Thomas Mann, the Deuxieme suite pour piano, the Duo for Violin and Piano with dedication to Leos Janacek, Concertino per flauto, viola e Contrabasso, the 1st Symphony, second string quartet, Cinq etudes de jazz for piano, Deuxieme Sonate pour piano, Sonate pour violon seul, piano Esquisses de jazz, and Ten Syncopated Etudes for piano called Hot Music, mainly pieces from 1923 - 1928.
This warmth and passion was taken up by the entire group, but particularly lead violin, in Nigel Osborne's almost cinematic Esquisses 1 and 2 and sus-tained, with added excitement and urgency, through Dave Heath's brashly romantic The Frontier .
Je trouvais toujours le temps d'elaborer des esquisses, des projets et experimentations oE l'abstraction geometrique predominait.
beaucoup moins que]Desormais, des que les esquisses des plans d'amenagement touristiques (PAT) seront pretes, ce qui est le cas dans 80% des des zones d'extension touristique (ZET), nous allons donner des instructions aux walis pour attribuer les terrains, et c'est a l'ANDT de faire les amenagements necessaires[beaucoup plus grand que], a precise M.
Badigeonner la ville de tirades chatoyantes, a travers des esquisses sonores, visuelles et suaves prisees est incontestablement le manque a gagner dans une ville qui se prive, en depit de son statut pimpant, de realisations de loisirs et de divertissement, faute d'attractions patrimoniales, excepte la citadelle aux remparts et creneaux pittoresques, orpheline de reamenagements de fond pouvant combler les vides atroces.
38; and the highly inventive yet often overlooked Esquisses, op.