Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
Their word of art is "patient," chosen to make their critics sound like impatient children.
Another small scene shows this hiker being hit on the head by a rock slide, a reference to the unkind words of art critics.
Mr. Ruotolo interjected, saying, "retreat is a word of art.
The majority recognized that the words "in commerce" had not become words of art in 1923 when Congress enacted the statute.
I came with Karkinos; he's been before, and persuaded me to accept-the words of art, banquets, music and so on.
In the words of art historian John Rowlands:
Such terms and phraseology have a legal recognition in legal dictionaries as words of art, which do not necessarily refer to technology or art.
In the words of art critic, Amalia Mesa Baines:
Shandril raised a hand again as the man moved weakly and twisted cooked lips in hissing words of art, but she did not unleash her flames.
But Maytime shone in us; with words of art I drew her down reluctant to my heart, When night was silence and my bed the gloom.
Legal technical terms, often called (legal) terms of art or (legal) words of art, have meanings that are strictly defined by law.
Jargon is similar, but more informal in definition and use, while legal terms of art or words of art have meanings that are strictly defined by law.
And in the words of Art Modell, the Baltimore Ravens' owner, it was Tagliabue's "finest hour as commissioner."
Mr. Rollins testified that "it's not a word of art in the political business," and he couldn't recall anyone having spoken of "voter suppression" in the campaign.
This is intentional, an indication that he is, in the words of art historian Bret Rothstein, "disconnected from the perceptible world", fully absorbed in the spiritual realm.
In the words of art historian Bernard Berenson, "There is no more human picture in the entire range of Quattrocento painting, whether in or out of Italy."
In the words of art historian Jonathan Brown, the country's leading authority on Velázquez, "One glance was all it took....The picture has been under my nose all my life.
Neil Eggleston, an associate White House counsel, noted the word's legal resonance when he told a Senator, "I don't have any specific recollection, and I don't mean that as a word of art."
In the words of art historian Suzanne Fagence Cooper, whose biographical chapter about Sophy (2010) provides the fullest account of her life, Sophy "changes before our eyes from a child to a stunning teenager".
It is possible to see the degree to which the technique allowed Bouts, in the words of art historian Susan Jones, to "[achieve such] sophistication ... to create both fine linear detail and subtle tonal transitions."
If they would, for example, praise the beauty of a woman, or any other animal, they describe it by rhombs, circles, parallelograms, ellipses, and other geometrical terms, or by words of art drawn from music, needless here to repeat.
In the words of art critic Sue Hubbard: "At the beginning of the twentieth century Van Gogh gave the Expressionists a new painterly language that enabled them to go beyond surface appearance and penetrate deeper essential truths.
Nyoman Masriadi's work Reconfiguring the Body offers a review of Nyoman Masriadi's works, his life and inspirations - through the words of art critics, TK Sabapathy and Goenawan Mohamed.
He is best known today for Chinese Restaurant, (1919), in the collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, "the finest canvas of his Cubist phase," in the words of art historian Avis Berman.
The figures are mostly cast with short, diagonal shadows which serve to, in the words of art historian Till-Holger Borchert, "not only heighten their spatial presence, but also tell us that the primary light source is located beyond the picture itself."