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Yet even mute wooden logs and beams appear to teem with life in Nakashima’s art, whose depths are historical as well as stylistic.
She wishes only that ordinary life had not become so relentlessly casual as to prompt people who have never experienced any stylistic variety to go wild — first at proms and then at weddings.
MISS MANNERS: PANDEMIC’S SMALLER, WARMER WEDDINGS COULD BE HERE TO STAYJUDITH MARTIN, NICHOLAS MARTIN, JACOBINA MARTINAPRIL 12, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Although conversation and language are the conduit, it is incumbent on humans working with AI systems to continue to consider accessibility throughout dialects, accents, and other stylistic variations.
Fans of Virginia viognier may want to check out this tasty version for a stylistic comparison.
Throughout the letters in his introduction, Richardson made changes, all largely stylistic.
They rather point the way to those stylistic developments that most suit the natural bent of the language.
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There were stylistic Zodiac drawings on the walls and blue-mirrored columns supporting the roof.
As a representative of this stylistic school, it offers little that is new to the third part of classical rhetoric.
The Greek tragedies were therefore read for other things than their stylistic and dramatic values.
Above all, the stylistic severity of Brahms in Reger has become a confusion of styles; an absence of style.
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