arabesque

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position in which the dancer has one leg raised behind and arms outstretched in a conventional pose

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an ornament that interlaces simulated foliage in an intricate design

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The seven Arabesque style mid-rise buildings located in the East Village Centre of Al Furjan behind Ibn Battuta Mall range from G+3 to G+5 housing 335 one- to three-bedroom units and over 700 parking spaces.
All of these form part of the Arabesque style of art.
Designed in an Arabesque style with glass domes, stained glass windows and marble flooring, the Mall currently stands over 100,000 square metres and represents the largest shopping mall and entertainment complex in the Kingdom of Bahrain.
Therefore, it is not only that the arabesque style gives Poe the salient means through which to channel German metaphysics and Continental philosophy into the "peculiar" literary aesthetic that sets him apart from his American Renaissance contemporaries; "The Philosophy of Furniture" also provides the key to understanding how the material image of the arabesque instantiates this "peculiar" aesthetic through the medium of interior design.
Overlooking the Arabian Sea and situated in the shadow of the spectacular Hajar mountains, the resort features 324 guest rooms and 151 luxurious villas designed in classic Arabesque style.