masterwork


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mas·ter·work

 (măs′tər-wûrk′)

mas•ter•work

(ˈmæs tərˌwɜrk, ˈmɑ stər-)

n.
[1600–10]
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masterwork

noun
An outstanding and ingenious work:
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masterwork

[ˈmɑːstəwɜːk] Nobra f maestra

masterwork

[ˈmɑːstərwɜːrk] n (= masterpiece) → chef-d'œuvre m
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Contract notice: mission of masterwork relating to the restoration of the sealing of the entire cover of the abbey saint-victor
"Gloria" is a masterwork in 12 movements by Italian composer Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741).
For the month of January, fans should look forward to the addition of the Masterwork Armor and the updated Raid rewards.
For example, the day after Francis called for equal pay for women, he talked about how men and women are God's "masterwork."
The opening of Carl Orff's 20th-century choral masterwork "Carmina Burana'' has been described as "surely one of the most dramatic and powerful passages of music ever written.'' That's just the beginning as it soars, roars, glides and thunders.
TODD RUNDGREN One of the most influential musicians and producers over the past three decades, Todd Rundgren is going to perform his 1973 masterwork A Wizard, A True Star in its entirety at a special gig.
On Chesil Beach is another masterwork by the author of Atonement and Saturday.
Minskoff, the sculpture is a masterwork of acclaimed American artist, Joel Shapiro.
His short snappy segments about Pat, who may have discovered a Scottish masterwork in her new boss's art gallery; about her irresistible but shamelessly narcissistic flat mate, Bruce; about Irene, who with all the best intentions that New Age child psychology texts can supply is turning her gentle, gifted son Bertie into a five-year-old vandal; and about many others present a lighthearted, affectionately satirical glimpse of Edinburgh society.
Choose an assortment of self-portrait masterwork posters.
Never final, admittedly flawed, it was arguably a masterwork as its proponents on both sides of the footlights have proclaimed with passion.
The combination elucidates the depth of Audubon's character and scope of his masterwork The Birds of America, which he finally published in all its glory.