unillustrated

unillustrated

(ʌnˈɪləˌstreɪtɪd)
adj
(Journalism & Publishing) not containing illustrations
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1) The focus on the positive impact of the spiritual potential of royal women on the Russian realm culminated in the creation of the vita of the Kievan grand princess Ol'ga at the end of the 1550s, which was included in the Stepennaia kniga (Book of Degrees, hereafter SK), an unillustrated chronicle that was composed in Moscow around 1560.
When Walker's art collection was auctioned at Sotheby's in the same year, Vaughan's 'Erotic Fantasies'--left unillustrated in the catalogue, and available to view only under supervision in a private room sold for 44,000 [pounds sterling].
The vocabulary is American with 'gotten' this and 'gotten' that peppered throughout and the language is neither particularly descriptive nor challenging, however, as a book to get children gripped on reading a 250+ page, unillustrated text, I'd give this thumbs up.
14) Based on evidence found at the Gala-Salvador Dali Foundation in Figueres, Catalonia, Carmen Garcia de la Rasilla maintains that Dali consulted an unillustrated 1943 edition of Don Quixote published by Austral to determine which passages he would illustrate.
A second text piece, HONK ONCE IF YOU LOVE LIVING, HONK TWICE IF YOU LIVE WITH THE DEAD--this one unillustrated, consisting only of words cut from rubber bending and folding over one another--continued the dual biblical/filmic reference but with a textual twist that returned the narrative to an American landscape filled with corny bumper stickers that vainly attempt to elicit a sense of social cohesion.
This could have been an unillustrated biography, I suppose, but I saw it more as a merging of a picture book and a nonfiction biography.
The unillustrated second chapter addresses the ideas of Karl Marx, the art critic Saul Raskin, Dr.
Subsequent explorations of the New Brunswick Museum collections have identified three additional, previously undescribed and unillustrated specimens with putative tetrapod tracks from the Lancaster Formation.
Prior to repeal, the Penny Magazine (no news) was sold alongside smaller, unillustrated newspapers such as the Morning Post that cost seven times as much, and the red stamp on the first page told the reader why.
For example, the extremely rare Kenyan Sokoke cat is featured in a two-page spread, while the more common Manx is given a single, unillustrated paragraph.
While Martinez addresses verbal/visual relations in early Victorian periodical poetry in terms of unillustrated poems on pictures, Lorraine Janzen Kooistra turns to the later popular print culture development of illustrated poetry, taking as her focus Good Words.
Sir Albert Bore and three others made brief unillustrated speeches, high in rhetoric (including that old Mike Whitby favourite "world-class city"), and that was it.