pared-down

pared-down

adj
with no unnecessary features; reduced to a very simple form
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With pared-down make-up and windswept hair, she certainly looked in great Nic.
Brumann's works are triggered by the qualities of his jewelry: exquisite, restrained, minimalist, pared-down and reservedly elegant, with nothing superfluous.
A pared-down version of the dish is available in a PS152 taster menu during this week's Potato Week.
CDATA[ Knesset passes pared-down version of the civil marriage bill, enabling those of ano religiona to join together in something akin to marriage.
Having read Prairie Schooner for several years, I was surprised by Dubrow's statement on page 188 where Dubrow refers to Shumaker's "lovely villanelle, which relies on the pared-down diction of a Native American voice.
Most of the bald, naked, perfectly flesh pink cast-resin sculptures and pared-down ink and collage works in this show represent Dupont's own form and were created from a nearly complete laser scan of his body made at the Wright Patterson Air Force Base.
The building will contain 40 residences intended to evoke the pared-down but sensual Modernist luxury of Johnson's own Connecticut home.
Martin said, however, that while PWRDF has recovered from the severe cash problem it had in 2002 when donations plunged, it will Still operate on a "really pared-down budget" this year.
The federation began looking at former bidders Atlanta, Chicago, and Los Angeles to see if those cities might be open to hosting a pared-down version of Gay Games VII in 2006.
NEW YORK-Vancouver-based PMB Designs will introduce pared-down designs with its new 2004 collection of hand-painted canvas rugs.