Egyptian style

Egyptian style

A late eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century style in France and the US, much influenced by ancient Egypt, emphasizing martial glory, the letter N (for Napoleon), the swan (Josephine’s favorite), gilt bronze, and mahogany. It was revived in the US in the 1860s and 1870s.
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They say his advertiser used the girl's head for the shoe-polish posters; her hair's intensely black, you know--the Egyptian style. Anyhow, he-- eventually--married her." There were volumes of innuendo in the way the "eventually" was spaced, and each syllable given its due stress.
According to the human rights lawyer, 'in 2011, General Buhari publicly recommended Egyptian style revolution for Nigeria.
According to witnesses on the scene, a 38-year-old Egyptian man who was running an Egyptian style Shawarma stand in the night market suddenly started shouting at other vendors, reported EBC.
Freya's eyelids and the gaps below the brows and eyes were filled in with blue eye shadow and her eyes were heavily lined in the Ancient Egyptian style. 'Going for a new image?' Harry asked, just to make conversation, and in a strange staccato way of speaking Freya said what sounded like: "Jeden-ee depet moot nen."
Dress up in Egyptian style clothing and learn about the House of Life, the story of everyday life in ancient Egypt with artefacts that include household furniture, jewellery, clothes and toys.
Her distinguishable Egyptian style influenced many of her colleagues and the heritage of this ancient form of art.
Park Lane residential compound, designed by Raef Fahmi Architects (RFA), would be located in the new capital's R7 area and marries the classical Egyptian style, represented in Zamalek and Heliopolis with modern European style.
"I'm so grateful to have had the opportunity to teach Egyptian style belly dance classes in the Nelson area for the past few years," says Kesavah.
It's rare to find them at Egyptian style coffee shops unless there is a game on.
"He is talented, has an incredible singing range and is specialised in this type of traditional folkloric Egyptian style and I think he did the song justice."
Instead, the grammatical formations that express narrative are rooted in a newly coined monumental Late Middle Egyptian style. The Israel Stela has gone far in its presentation of the verbal constructions, ones that Edward Wente saw already in 1959 as prevalent in the Medinet Habu narrations of Ramesses III, the historical section of P.
The statue woman is naked and her haircut is depicted in a famous Egyptian style. The team claims that the carving "attests to the high caliber of the artifacts' artistic level and the skill par excellence of the artists during this era."
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