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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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She accomplishes this through her explanation of how these three ethnic groups, African, Native, and Jewish American authors, came into their own as modernistic writers.
Turtola Antti told the meeting that Alvar Aalto was a well known modernistic Finnish architect and designer whose work spanned from the late 1930s to 1960s.
Voss Motors was occupied by an upmarket car dealer, but the entire site has now been swept away for some crazy, modernistic flats.
resume about management mechanism in registration and depositing of money exchange and about electronic exchange system, operation of the two exchanging halls at Benghazi Tripoli cities and the electronically equipments been imported for its electronic mechanization according to modernistic standard specifications been applicable at the international stock markets.
The baggage collection area is adorned with coconut trees, a giant five-storey high wall of jungle creepers and cascading water features called the ''Green Wall'' and a modernistic sculptured sandstone art wall custom-made in Bali.
"It's very modernistic, with very clean, simple lines and no fuss."
Visitors of all ages, many carrying cameras, walked around the building to gaze at the modernistic, curved walls and artwork, including three mural-sized backlit panels with images that change as viewers walk past.
Nothing exemplifies the change more clearly than the fact that the Hilton hotel, where the Mother of All Freebies took place, has been razed to the ground in preparation for its replacement by something even grander and more modernistic.
1) (P)recognition: Before any formal discussion of an -ism, students are asked to use the image option offered by the search engine "Google" in order to find images they think best represent the term and morphologically related terms: for example, modernism, mod, modern, modernist, modernistic, etc.
It is a modernistic piece, constructed out of tonal building blocks which are disassembled and rearranged into a dizzying array of harmonic pieces and rhythmic disjunctions.
Modernistic moral teaching is losing its sustaining impact in the postmodern culture.
But the obstacle to more people moving into hip, modernistic homes isn't a matter of not enough demand, he insists.