pared-down

pared-down

adj
with no unnecessary features; reduced to a very simple form
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With pared-down make-up and windswept hair, she certainly looked in great Nic.
Brumann's works are triggered by the qualities of his jewelry: exquisite, restrained, minimalist, pared-down and reservedly elegant, with nothing superfluous.
A pared-down version of the dish is available in a PS152 taster menu during this week's Potato Week.
CDATA[ Knesset passes pared-down version of the civil marriage bill, enabling those of ano religiona to join together in something akin to marriage.
On the table is a pared-down MHS run by the FSA and an outsourced service run by third parties in the private sector.
Having read Prairie Schooner for several years, I was surprised by Dubrow's statement on page 188 where Dubrow refers to Shumaker's "lovely villanelle, which relies on the pared-down diction of a Native American voice.
Most of the bald, naked, perfectly flesh pink cast-resin sculptures and pared-down ink and collage works in this show represent Dupont's own form and were created from a nearly complete laser scan of his body made at the Wright Patterson Air Force Base.
The building will contain 40 residences intended to evoke the pared-down but sensual Modernist luxury of Johnson's own Connecticut home.
BURBANK - The new owners of Gitana restaurant, a once-troubled night spot in downtown Burbank, will be granted a liquor license to operate the pared-down establishment.
Martin said, however, that while PWRDF has recovered from the severe cash problem it had in 2002 when donations plunged, it will Still operate on a "really pared-down budget" this year.
The federation began looking at former bidders Atlanta, Chicago, and Los Angeles to see if those cities might be open to hosting a pared-down version of Gay Games VII in 2006.
NEW YORK-Vancouver-based PMB Designs will introduce pared-down designs with its new 2004 collection of hand-painted canvas rugs.