unillustrated

unillustrated

(ʌnˈɪləˌstreɪtɪd)
adj
(Journalism & Publishing) not containing illustrations
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Snell's publisher and printer, Robert Walker, issued the text in a "46-page unillustrated octavo" as well as "a more developed 187-page book which included engraved illustrations" (Dugaw, p.
(14) The names of these Floras are (I am including here only the illustrated ones; there were also a large number that were unillustrated): William Roxburgh, Plants of the Coast of Coromandel (1795-1819); Nathaniel Wallich, Plantae Asiaticae Rariores, Descriptions and Figures of a Select Number of Unpublished East Indian Plants (1830-32); Robert Wight, Icones Plantarum Indiae Orientalis (1840-53); and Illustrations of Indian Botany (1840-50).
At the end of the featured subjects, a list of eight more spectacular success stories are briefly highlighted in shorter, unillustrated paragraphs.
This latter ran to a mighty 623 pages, and cost 15 shillings (75p), but--before anyone reaches for their handkerchief to brush away the tears--it is important to add that it was austerely unillustrated. In every other respect, it set a new standard for such publications, and perhaps not coincidentally the next quantum leap also took place in Trafalgar Square.
(1) The focus on the positive impact of the spiritual potential of royal women on the Russian realm culminated in the creation of the vita of the Kievan grand princess Ol'ga at the end of the 1550s, which was included in the Stepennaia kniga (Book of Degrees, hereafter SK), an unillustrated chronicle that was composed in Moscow around 1560.
The vocabulary is American with 'gotten' this and 'gotten' that peppered throughout and the language is neither particularly descriptive nor challenging, however, as a book to get children gripped on reading a 250+ page, unillustrated text, I'd give this thumbs up.
(14) Based on evidence found at the Gala-Salvador Dali Foundation in Figueres, Catalonia, Carmen Garcia de la Rasilla maintains that Dali consulted an unillustrated 1943 edition of Don Quixote published by Austral to determine which passages he would illustrate.
A second text piece, HONK ONCE IF YOU LOVE LIVING, HONK TWICE IF YOU LIVE WITH THE DEAD--this one unillustrated, consisting only of words cut from rubber bending and folding over one another--continued the dual biblical/filmic reference but with a textual twist that returned the narrative to an American landscape filled with corny bumper stickers that vainly attempt to elicit a sense of social cohesion.
"This could have been an unillustrated biography, I suppose, but I saw it more as a merging of a picture book and a nonfiction biography."
The unillustrated second chapter addresses the ideas of Karl Marx, the art critic Saul Raskin, Dr.
Subsequent explorations of the New Brunswick Museum collections have identified three additional, previously undescribed and unillustrated specimens with putative tetrapod tracks from the Lancaster Formation.
Groups use these pictures to more deeply explore complex challenges and to evoke a "mutual understanding of emotions, intuitions, and tacit knowledge that might otherwise be left unspoken and unillustrated" (p.