substyle

substyle

(ˈsʌbˌstaɪl)
n
a straight line on a dial on which the style (the object that creates the shadow, on, for example, a sundial) is erected
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The Americanization' of Russian Life and Literature through Translations of Hemingway's Works: Establishing a Russian Amerikanskii' Substyle in Russian Literature.
Brief initial studies of the newly recognized Devgarh substyle of Mewar painting, based on a selective range of material, were published by Shridhar Andhare (1967), Milo Cleveland Beach (1970), and by Andhare with Rawat Nahar Singh (1977, repr.
the substyle variations of country music in the American South, reggae music in Jamaica, Cajun music in southern Louisiana, and polka music in the American Upper Midwest).
Further, the results indicated that neither gender was more likely to use a particularly style or substyle of leadership.
On the other hand, the manager of the Dreyfus Appreciation Fund follows the "consistent earnings" substyle.
Using a theoretical stylistic attribution analysis, Beran studied many wood carvings in the naturalistic substyle that he considered to be the works of Mutuaga.
16) and "continued to be heard as a substyle of jazz" (p.
One obstacle to updating the canon is the lack of a clear-cut definition of jazz accommodating all of its diverse substyles of the last 45 years.
Each of these genres contains a plethora of substyles, and new varieties are constantly emerging.
There are several different substyles of bock beer, brewed for different seasons of the year - regular Bock, Helles Bock, Maibock, Doppelbock, Eisbock and Weizenbock.
Sites were chosen based on several criteria: (i) availability of potsherds; (ii) site type (including both domestic settlements and 'ceremonial' sites); (iii) vessel type (including decorated and plain sherds, substyles and contemporaneous ware types).
Several sections within the All Music Guide to Hip Hop may be useful to librarians; these include a brief section titled "Style Descriptions" that succinctly defines a number of substyles of rap music, essays on various topics, a set of "music maps," a section devoted to important record labels, and a biographical section on non-rap performers who have influenced rap music.