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relating to a recently developed fashion or style

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His design owes a clear debt to Bexhill, but here the dramatic glazed semi-circular projection facing the sea contains the cafe, and the interior--more modernistic than modern--is dominated by a large dance hall.
It is not hard for anyone who followed the trail of the modernism movement from when it emerges at the latter half of the 19th century to find just how quickly this contemporary (or modernistic, as preferred by some self-proclaimed purists) form of expression was latched onto by the groups of entrepreneurial academics from which sprang what can only be described as 'rating agencies of art', not unlike those other rating agencies that stamped AAAs on toxic rubbish from crooked bankers that caused the financial world to collapse around our ears.
Dramatic, modernistic showplace in the gated Sanderling Club on Siesta Key.
Police deployed in force and shut down traffic in the central esplanade of the modernistic capital of Brasilia ahead of Wednesday's marches.
Cuvaison's new label, introduced with the release of the 2011 Estate Chardonnay and 2011 Estate Pinot Noir, features a clean, modernistic logo, updated fonts and foil trim.
They've now been together for five years, specialising in a modernistic jazz sound that's open to external influences.
The other, Les Biches by Poulenc, portrayed flirtatious chatter and seductive thoughts in both neo-classic and modernistic styles.
My role is to take an overall perspective of how things are progressing and make certain we are moving in the right direction, that it's modernistic and futuristic," says Bate.
All this and more is illustrated in entrancing, lively, modernistic style that makes the book itself worth every cent--let alone for its outrageous take on the traditional 'Jack and the Beanstalk' plot.
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He opines that the Islamists accept women's rights (separate but equal as he terms it), democratic rule, and a more modernistic view of moral values.
Brian envisioned a work which began with ruminations on Goethe's Faust and ended with an hour-long setting of the Te Deum, in a gargantuan score which evokes the spirit of Gothic medievalism in music spanning that period right up to modernistic atonality.
Remember the Chelsea Barracks debacle that remerged last summer when following the criticism from Prince Charles over the plans to build 552 flats in 17 blocks at the Chelsea Barracks site to Qatari Prime Minister Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim al-Thani, on the grounds that the new modernistic design was at odds with the current design, Qatari Diar pulled out of the deal.
The driving impetus in the post modernistic corporate realm is a robust human resource, which values the importance of quality at the core of its operations," remarked Nabil Qubrosi, deputy resident manager at K&A Consolidated Engineering.
Newson, who has conceptualized items as diverse as chairs, airplanes and space jets, replaced the sloping stern seen on Aquarivas and Aquaramas since their inception with an open-ended, modernistic configuration housing a set of steps leading up to the cabin's double doors.