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Finesse is so important to me that we have plaques on the walls in the French Laundry and Per Se kitchens that spell out the definition: Refinement and delicacy of performance, execution or artisanship.
Support will be granted to women from rural areas, women-farmers, women in the agricultural sector and support artisanship in women.
It is also organising a fair to promote Indian artisanship and handicrafts.
They will be taking part in the Philippines' premiere design and lifestyle event, Manila FAME, that showcases craftsmanship, design innovation, and artisanship of different products.
The historic venue was filled with a colourful collection of experts and upcoming talents, for a day of elaborate beauty, collaboration, and artisanship.
In the feature "Good spirits," we explore the complexity of these new libation operations, which demand a flair for chemistry, business savvy and a respect for traditional artisanship.
Designed to meet the needs of today's smartphone users, Axon Mini presents excellent artisanship and embodies the designers' endless pursuit of perfection and sincerity.
They are mesmerizing the visitors with their unique artisanship.
But when you have a profligate forward line that lacks the artisanship to net chances, you are going to taste defeat repeatedly.
In the lounge area of the Roberto Coin boutique at the Mall of the Emirates, there is a movie screen that shows how timeless craftsmanship and artisanship are carved into the brand of Roberto Coin.
After all, it boasts of an enriching history of unmatched artisanship.
In a quest for authenticity and artisanship, a certain sector of the consumer market values and places a premium on Made in America furniture, particularly upholstered furniture.
Keeping in view these harsh social realities the government is mulling a new law on protecting children against exploitation; it will allow children below 14 years to work in home enterprises like agriculture and artisanship and non-hazardous industries.
Artisanship and beauty Mariotti spoke about the history of the modern Italian fashion industry, the rise Maison Gattinoni, which was founded in 1946 in Rome by Madame Fernanda Gattinoni, and the development Italy's haute couture industry, which is renowned for its fine artisanship and beauty.
It had tried to create a Homo LASTus bourgeoisie in opposition and in lieu of the non-Muslim bourgeoisie that was hegemonically dominant in the Ottoman times, since Muslims preferred agriculture, small shop ownership, artisanship and bureaucracy.