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roundel

1. a form of rondeau consisting of three stanzas each of three lines with a refrain after the first and the third
2. a small ornamental circular window, panel, medallion, plate, disc, etc.
3. another word for roundelay

Roundel

1.
A small circular panel or window; in glazing, a bull’s-eye or circular light like the bottom of a bottle.
2. A small circular panel or window; an oculus, a bull’s eye, or a circular light like the bottom of a bottle.
See also: French window

roundel

1. A small circular panel or window; an oculus.
2. In glazing, a bull’s-eye or circular light like the bottom of a bottle.
3. A small bead molding or astragal.
4. In stage lighting, a glass or gelatin color filter used in a borderlight.
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Certainly, the author of A Century of Roundels (1882) [sic], in his protracted and pitiless formal homage to Christina Rossetti's self-scrutinizing and acoustically self-attentive verse, comes close to rendering the startling originality of that poetry completely inaudible." (7) McDonald bases his censure of Swinburne's form on the earlier assessments of both the Edwardian poet Edward Thomas, who lamented that Swinburne's language was "produced apparently by submission to rhyme, not mastery over it," and Ezra Pound, who condemned Swinburne's rhymes as "mechanical," that is, thoughtless and unoriginal.
In June 2014, Sotheby's Paris offered a polychrome stained-glass roundel depicting an angel holding an incense burner of around 1250-55 sell for 111,000 [euro] (estimate 40,000 [euro]-60,000 [euro]).
"And after a quick flick through Betty Pattison's book, 'Spirit of Conwy: 2,' I found a photograph on page 103 showing the date marker and roundel depicting the seal of the town of Conwy in situ on the bridge."
This roundel, while not of imperial standard, is nonetheless a fine example in excellent condition and as such is worth pounds 200-pounds 300, which is why I was delighted to come across it priced at just pounds 20.
This fine volume is the second in an ongoing series documenting the roundels and panels of glass that were painted with often elaborate figures and scenes found today in Belgium.
It took 3265 pieces of the sticker roundels to make the poster.
She broadens these preliminaries -- actually following the structure and content of Hauptmann's book -- by considering a stupefying variety of visual forms (deschi da parto, medals, plates, mirrors, medallions, and roundels), literary sources, and intellectual theories, all of which are interesting and useful to students of Renaissance art.
LRT claim there are nine breaches of copyright at the Dundee pub and have ordered Kenny to destroy copies of LRT-like roundels.
The large gates, each half hinged in the centre and decorated with flowerheads, roundels and scrolls centred with the initials of CB - Corporation of Birmingham - once stood at the Smithfield Fruit and Vegetable Market in Moat Street.
Roundels were painted on the walls throughout in various Martha Stewart-ish colors.
Tenders are invited for The public works of annual maintenance contract for parks / roundels / triangles / landscaping in Cantt area, provision of Rain Water Harvesting (RWH) in Cantt Fund Buildings, Supply of Liquid Chlorine and Running / Maintenance Contract of Pump Houses / OHT%s at various water supply installations in Cantt area under two bid system (Technical Bid and Financial Bid).
TONIGHT .BLUES AT THE BAY: How Askew, Cleveland Bay, Eaglescliffe THE SKA BEATS/THE ROUNDELS: Georgian Theatre, Stockton, 8pm, PS9/PS11.50 WOMENFOLK: Arc, Stockton, PS10 THE SHERLOCKS: Ku Bar, Stockton, 9pm, PS3 SATURDAY .JON AMOR & JOEL FISK: Guisborough Rhythm and Blues Club, Guisborough Town FC, Howlbeck Road, 8pm, PS10 ZENNE: Ranch House Club, Thoralby Farm, Skutterskelfe, Hutton Rudby TUESDAY .BI:LINGUAL: Mixtape, The Keys, Middlesbrough