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Because that would be sort of a naturalistic way to see whether having had this treatment really makes it easier for them to understand and cope with what’s going on.
And the colour, too, like the drawing, is of a naturalistic strength to which he never again attained.
Perhaps it was Plutarch's naturalistic theory of imitation in poetry which led him to compare poetry with painting.
Orthodox Christians earnestly contend that this naturalistic doctrine makes for immorality.
COMMUNISM AND CHRISTIANISMWILLIAM MONTGOMERY BROWN
Thought is not made free by the mere substitution of naturalistic for theological dogma.
THE BEHAVIOR OF CROWDSEVERETT DEAN MARTIN
Chinese design shows naturalistic art arrested and perpetuated on totally different principles.
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Patterns, if not absolutely geometrical or naturalistic, must be classed under this principle.
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Repetition at once conventionalizes the most naturalistic drawing, and the most sacred and mysterious emblem.
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Gothic foliage patterns, in England and elsewhere, are a struggle between the naturalistic and the conventional.
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Nothing in furniture is prettier than the screen covered with refined needle painting, either arabesqued or naturalistic.
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