Attic style

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a style pure and elegant.

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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Because this small upper order is in the Attic style, the French named it attique.
The apartments have been designed to use the space as effectively as possible, with overhead "attic style" storage space on the ground floor and the use of glass-walled decks to offer split level loft-style living.
This oversize volume (10x13") documents the British Museum's collection of 200 Greek geometric pottery pieces--123 in the Attic style, with 11 other regional styles represented by the remainder--encompassing the period from the 10th to the 7th century BC.
It will be a cash in the attic style event where residents are invited to donate items for the auction.
Bourgeois would argue, too, that it is not enough to say that in the earlier seventeenth century a simpler, sublime, Attic style replaces the vehemence and ornament of a Ciceronian style.
At the luxury 101 Townhead Street development, the last home is a three-bedroom attic style apartment, priced at pounds 100,000 inclusive of carpeting.
[GREEK TEXT OMITTED] This is the plain Attic style of Lysias, whom Caecilius famously admired.
Attic style has been defined by Croll (207-33) as the paratactical and concise prose that is associated with Seneca.
Accommodation includes a family bathroom, spacious fitted kitchen/ breakfast room, a lounge with bay window and feature fireplace, a single bedroom, two large attic style bedrooms and a shower room with toilet.