Baroko

Related to Baroko: BAROC

Ba`ro´ko


n.1.(Logic) A form or mode of syllogism of which the first proposition is a universal affirmative, and the other two are particular negatives.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
This was followed in the year 2000 by Coronide for the Baroko festial.
Morelowskio AukUtutines pilies rekonstrukcijai aptarti naudosiu Lietuvos nacionaliniame muziejuje saugoma Irenos Koloszynskos braiPyta plana ,,Rekonstrukcinis Vilniaus miesto gotikos, renesanso ir baroko pradPios laikotarpio iki 1655 m.
His most successful novel, Selsky baroko, was published in 2005 and was awarded the Magnesia Litera prize for Czech literature.
Tarpukariu ieskota tautinio stiliaus architekturoje, remiantis Vilniui budingu baroko stiliumi, sovietmecio modernizmas remesi tarpukario modernistu pasiekimais, o stai dabar naujojo "Merkurijaus" projektas vis dar ketina "cituoti" Pienocentro rumus.
ir Skapo skg.), reprezentuojantis gotikos, renesanso, baroko, klasicizmo, istorizmo ir modernizmo architekturos idejas.
antrojoje puseje, sovietiniais metais Lietuvos miestuose tarsi feniksai vienas po kito atgime gotikos, renesanso, baroko stiliu pastatai.
Buvo nuardyti svarbioje kryzkeleje stovejusios velyvojo baroko baznycios bokstai, kad netaptu orientyrais potencialiam priesininkui apsaudant miesta ir t.
Born in Sanremo in 1880, Antonio Augusto Rubino composed three grotesque poems before the turn of the century: L'anabignombasi, Le galluppotoracicchegrafeidi, and a Poema baroko. (5) As was the case with Marinetti, Rubino graduated in jurisprudence but pursued a literary career rather than practising the law.
pabaigoje teatraliUkos baroko puotos su skraidanciaisiais stalais palengva grimzdo i praeiti.
Kaip ir baroko laiku baznyciose, cia taip pat kupolas yra erdves ir mastelio artikuliavimo priemone.