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marked by up-to-dateness in dress and manners

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It feels wonderful to receive these medals," Nattier said.
Jan Nattier's discusses the dharma in detail in her book: Jan Nattier Once Upon a Future Time: Studies in a Buddhist Prophecy of Decline (Virginia: Asian Humanities Press, 1991).
It also contains a landscape by Hubert Robert, a portrait of Marie-Antoinette by Elisabeth Louise Vigee Le Brun, a portrait of Madame de Maison-Rouge by Jean-Marc Nattier, and a marble sculpture by dean-Antoine Houdon entitled The Kiss Given (1778).
la elegancia de las formas, la de los gestos y del espiritu de los personajes llega muy cerca de ciertas figuras de Watteau, Lancret y Nattier.
Portrait of Madame Marsollier and Her Daughter, by Jean-Marc Nattier 1749 - ample use of rouge by women was a mark of social distinction reserved for the elite
Potiphar's Wife, in the painting by Jean-Baptiste Nattier, has less time for self-admiration as, with averted face, Joseph extricates himself from the tangles of her serpentine nudity.
Standing tall in his place is a sharper, nattier me - and not a hint of charity shop tweed or vicar's cast-offs in sight.
Even Maurice Quentin de La Tour's great 1755 portrait of Mme de Pompadour, instead of trying to transform his model into a mythological goddess and transport her to some allegorical realm like the Goncourts felt the painter Jean-Marc Nattier did with his, set her "devant l'Histoire dans une sorte d'immortalite de realite.
3 also offers video calls, so you can see the person you're calling (and vice versa) so long as they have the same NEC EUR606 flip phone handset (this won't work on the nattier Motorola A830).
The earliest painting of her, by court artist Nattier in 1748, represented her as virtually indistinguishable from other court beauties.
Jan Nattier, Nancy Dowling, Michael Aung Thwin, Donald Swearer, Penny Van Esterik, Elizabeth Guthrie, Alan Cole, Leonard Andaya, Chai Podhista, Liz Wilson, Ashley Thompson, Edwin Zehner, Bruce Lockhart and Hiroko Kawanami read earlier versions and gave helpful corrections and comments.
Nattier, International Commercial Arbitration in Latin America: Enforcement of Arbitral Agreements and Awards, 21 TEX.
Otra fue construida en tiempo record en la calle de Nattier, de la misma colonia, y los vecinos no pudieron hacer nada para impedir su colocacion.
These crooks are better looking, nattier, and--on the surface--a whole lot nicer than the usual denizens of Mamet's underworld, hut their plans feed on the same dark urges.
This one is darker and nattier, less kind and less gentle.