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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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In this late-Victorian culture of rhyme, and a quarter-century after first experimenting with Villon's fixed forms, Swinburne reworked Villon's rondeau to invent his "roundel," publishing A Century of Roundels in 1883.
But fine glass was also made later throughout Europe; Norfolk glaziers were at their best in the 15th century, and the Renaissance style of Jean Chastellain in Paris in the early 16th century was also a zenith in glass production.' He divides today's market broadly in two: those collectors who focus on 'fragments of religious art from the 13th to 15th centuries' and those who specialise in stained-glass roundels, which began to appear in the late 15th century, catering to a new middle class, and which can often be of purely secular subjects.
Since then, one roundel has hung at Bodlondeb and the other could be found within the Guildhall, Conwy.
Chris was employed by Roundel after working with the Sunderland Intern Factory - an initiative to recruit nal-year students as soon as they have graduated, matching their specic skills to a suitable employer.
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.
Signifer (Roundel syndicate) got things off in promising style when he was second in a hotly contested maiden at Newbury.
Text in a roundel stated "Total Tesco Saving pounds 4.91" with the claim: "One place you won't find your fresh food for the weekend?
The following streets have been granted permission: Louisa Place (Butetown), Hafod Street (Grangetown), St Aidan Crescent (Heath), Kingsland Road (Whitchurch), Werfa Street (Plasnewydd), Victoria Park Road West (Canton), Roundel Close (Thornhill), Plas Y Mynach (Radyr), Penrhos Crescent (Rumney), Avondale Crescent (Grangetown), Oakley Place (Grangetown), Lonsdale Road (Llanederyn) and Severn Grove (Riverside).
Transport For London said: "The Roundel is a registered trademark.
Military top brass are unhappy that the RAF's red, white and blue roundel, which has featured on aircraft from Spitfires in the Second World War to modern fighter jets, is being used on a duvet cover, rugs, curtains and wall stickers.
Rist's skeletal narrative is conveyed by an image within an image--a roundel of clear, intense focus surrounded by a square frame of blurry, colored movement.