modist


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modist

(ˈməʊdɪst)
n
a person who adheres to the latest trends or fashion styles
adj
fashionable

modiste, modist

a maker and seller of fashionable gowns and millinery for women.
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Peter is now organising luncrecitals in Redcar's Tuned-In ceand, from October, in Stokesley Modist Church.
Some versions of the modist view appear to be more hospitable to (GP') and the role it plays in Anselm's argument.
An attractive feature of the supposition-free view is that it allows one to postpone and perhaps even sidestep entirely the issue of whether Anselm was a modist.
Modists agree with Parmenideans that singular terms must refer.
Augustine and follows both the Aristotelian and the Modist binary distinction between natural signs and conventional signs.
It is at the University of Paris that between 1260-1280 developed the Modist movement.
Poet and sculptor, do the work Nor let the modist painter shirk What his great forefathers did, Bring the soul of man to God, Make him fill the cradles right.
First, there was the revival of terminist logic, to supersede the modist logic fashionable in Paris at the end of the thirteenth century.
Modist, Chief Financial Officer, Equitrac, 305-442-2060/
Modist, Chief Financial Officer of Equitrac Corporation, 305-442-2060/
Modist, Chief Financial Officer, or Chris Rickborn, VP Marketing and Product Planning, both of Equitrac Corporation, 305-442-2060; or Sheryl Y.
It is fascinating to see how the ancient Chinese philosophers developed ideas that are highly reminiscent of the Western medieval school of the Modists, and other parallels are easily found.