Vitruvian


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Vi`tru´vi`an


a.1.Of or pertaining to Vitruvius, an ancient Roman architect.
Vitruvian scroll
(Arch.) a name given to a peculiar pattern of scrollwork, consisting of convolved undulations. It is used in classical architecture.
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We are excited that Vitruvian Networks will further drive standardization of the industry, increase scalability and bring forward the realization of critical therapeutic potential to address the unmet needs of patients around the world.
The painting is a homage to Leonardo da Vinci's most famous drawing, Vitruvian Man.
Tinopolis, which delisted from AIM in 2008 through a management buyout backed by private equity firm Vitruvian Partners, has grown its turnover from PS50m in 2006 to over PS130m and developed into a global media company.
RW vvMiss You Too Mick Channon 2nd, 6f maiden, Goodwood, June 22 This sister to Group 3-placed Vitruvian Man tracked the winner for most of the way before delivering a sustained challenge and was just held.
He is an advisor to Latitude Group owners Vitruvian Partners, a 1bn euro private equity fund focused on technology, media and telecommunications, a member of Cambridge Angels and on the advisory board of Seedcamp.
And with a month to go before Challenge Barcelona, the nasty, hilly Vitruvian Big Half Ironman race in Leicestershire will fully test whether the dynamic duo have what it takes to complete their ultimate challenge.
Vitruvian Man was sent off a very heavily supported favourite for the Killavullan Stakes, but he was upstaged by his lesser fancied stable companion Rayeni who ran out an impressive winner under Fran Berry.
Coventry Triathletes also had four starters in the Vitruvian half-ironman, one of the UK's toughest triathlons, at Rutland Water.
The grand classical settings for Raphael's pictures reflect this academic interest in Vitruvian architecture.
Theory' introduces the Vitruvian values of utilitas, venustas and firmitas (utility, beauty and firmness) and shows that little consensus exists over their relative importance.
At 6, Pakenham Road is a listed detached villa with more quality detailing, built around 1860 with stucco dressings with Vitruvian scrolling and dentil cornices.
And if I had always admired Die, I thought it was a fluke (I had never seen The Elevens Are Up); the lack of interest in scale displayed by the artist (to which his working method from small models to enlargements in various sizes amply testifies) simply did not square with the proportions of this black cube based on Leonardo's Vitruvian Man.