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Printing. a proof having white lines on a brown ground or vice versa, made from a negative for a plate.
anthony vandyke Copley Fielding belonged to an artistic family.
Masters of Water-Colour Painting H. M. Cundall
“short, pointed beard,” 1894, from the style shown on portraits by Flemish painter Anton Van Dyck (1599-1641); earlier “a type of collar with a deep cut edge” (1755) also from a style depicted in his paintings.
Anthony (“Mad Anthony”) 1745–96, American Revolutionary War general. John (Marion Michael Morrison”Duke”) 1907–79, U.S. film actor. a township in N New Jersey. a city in SE Michigan, near Detroit. a male given name: from an Old English word meaning “wagonmaker.”. Contemporary Examples The “south,” as Wayne notes, is where the drink as we know it […]
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Sir Anthony, 1599–1641, Flemish painter. Sir Anthony, . . . Printing. a proof having white lines on a brown ground or vice versa, made from a negative for a plate. noun Sir Anthony. 1599–1641, Flemish painter; court painter to Charles I of England (1632–41). He is best known for his portraits of the aristocracy n. […]
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anthony, susan b. A reformer of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, known especially for her advocacy of women’s suffrage. She was also active in the cause of abolitionism before the Civil War.
an abnormal fear of flowers. noun a fear of flowers Word Origin Greek anthos ‘flower’
a form of floral stalk, produced by the elongation of the internode between the calyx and the corolla, and bearing the corolla, stamens, and pistil. noun an elongation of the receptacle of a flower between the calyx and corolla