Esquisse


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Esquisse

In art, a rough sketch that gives the general overview of what the final product will look like. Esquisse is an important step in marketing because it allows for suggestions or corrections before too much work has been done. Esquisse is the equivalent of loose rendering, which is used in graphic design.
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Esquisse d'ego-histoire recobra o sentido destas duas publicacoes.
BEIRUT: Gallerist Zara Mazmanian founded the Esquisse Gallery in Bahrain in mid-2009.
Barboteu's Esquisse for flute, horn, and harp and Fuchs's Evensong, commissioned by the Virginia Symphony's principal hornist, David Wick, as a recital piece for himself and Music Director JoAnn Faletta, guitar, are both sweepingly lyrical and beautifully evocative short chamber pieces.
Following his mentor Turgot, he argued that "nature has joined together indissolubly the progress of knowledge and that of liberty, virtue and respect for the rights of man." (8) Indeed, in the Esquisse, liberty and reason are correlates, progress their mutual development: Condorcet could envision no conflict between liberty and reason.
When his Esquisse pour une auto-analyse [Outline for a Self-Analysis] appeared in Germany in 2004, the French seemed utterly unaware of its existence.
IMPACT: The AM.PM collection from La Redoute - men's gifts including an Esquisse desk light in chrome and a Nevers carver chair.
Condorcet composed the Esquisse d'un tableau historique des progres de l'esprit humain, his celebrated profession of faith in human progress, before he was arrested and died in prison in March 1794.
Esquisse panoramique d'une histoire sans nom," Revue d'histoire moderne et contemporaine 39-1 (1992): 103-126.
Taken as a whole, My Heart Is That Eternal Rose Tattoo serves as an effective esquisse on the history of prose, with Yau gleefully straddling genres in all possible ways.
This decision yields a series of unconnected thoughts which can give an impression of self-indulgence, although his final chapter, "Esquisse d'un portrait psychologique," leads me to regret his methodological choice for the earlier chapters all the more.
18), le contexte historique est esquisse a gros traits.
Since its publication in 1981, Alexandre Kojeve's Esquisse d'une pheonomenologie du droit (Outline of a Phenomenology of Right) has received scant scholarly attention,.(1) Except for a brief note on the book by Michael S.