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Neoteric domestic systems were all built in to reproduction units.
They cull archaic terms in order to make way for neoteric ones.
Some neoteric stylistic features can also be seen in the works of Virgil, who was one generation younger than the poetae novi.
Then again, Chartrand realized, never before in history had the Vatican been sitting on what amounted to some sort of neoteric nuclear warhead.
He visualized the picture on canvas, and hoped this neoteric design technology wasn't atrophying his artistic synapses.
Catullus and the associated group of neoteric poets produced poetry following the Alexandrian model, which experimented with poetic forms challenging tradition.
"Neoteric Jewelry" is the esoteric title of this show at the Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art.
It was taken up by the neoteric poets Catullus and his friend Calvus but with fewer variations than Hipponax had employed.
For those not in the know (this writer was among them), "neoteric" is defined in Webster's Collegiate Dictionary as "recent in origin, modern."
Coming from a disciplined family of a conservative culture, Koht fell under the spell of the neoteric national liberal ideology, developing a weltanschauung radical for his time.
Neoteric poets such as Catullus combined a native tradition of satirical epigram with Hipponax's pungent invective to form neatly crafted, personal attacks.
I had dreamed of trying the neoteric sport of kiteboarding, and this part of the Andalusian coast had seemed to promise a nice, low-key place to learn.
Kidder's banker takes over the island on which he has built his laboratory, hoping to use a neoteric design for a new source of power to take over the world.
Gaius Helvius Cinna was an influential neoteric poet of the late Roman Republic, a little older than the generation of Catullus and Calvus.
Virgil draws on the neoteric poets at times, and Catullus Carmen 64 very likely had a large impact on the epyllion of Aristaeus that ends the Georgics 4.
The Sharp Nemesis NXT (which stands for "Neoteric eXperimental Technology") is a sport-class kit-built aircraft designed for air racing.
He also calls his work "new"; the poems are recently made and therefore new, but they are also new as some of the first examples of Neoteric poetry in the Latin language.
From Virgil's admiring references to the neoteric writers Pollio and Cinna, it has been inferred that he was, for a time, associated with Catullus' neoteric circle.
Neoteric poets of the late republic, such as Catullus, sometimes employed a spondee in the fifth foot, a practice Greek poets generally avoided and which became rare among later Roman poets.
The late republic saw the emergence of Neoteric poets: rich young men from the Italian provinces, conscious of metropolitan sophistication, who looked to the scholarly Alexandrian poet Callimachus for inspiration-notably Catullus.
Following the departure (in 1964) of Ian Bird from the group, the band briefly became "The Neoteric Jazz Orchestra" but later settled for "The New Jazz Orchestra" (NJO).
Propertius' style is marked by seemingly abrupt transitions (in the manner of Latin neoteric poetry) and a high and imaginative allusion, often to the more obscure passages of Greek and Roman myth and legend.
Its lyrics include words like tegument (skin) and neoteric (recent or modern), and Tom Woodhead sings them in a manic, reedy, sputtering yelp somewhere between Robert Smith of the Cure and David Thomas of Pere Ubu.
All rights reserved From Library Journal In his latest novel, Gaiman (Neverwhere) explores the vast and bloody landscape of myths and legends where the gods of yore and the neoteric gods of now conflict in modern-day America.