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Adam Bronson Jun 30
Graphical representation of diplomatic treaty relations, produced by Japan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1937.
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Mustafa Akyol Jul 4
Replying to @AkyolinEnglish
Hence, I argue: "The safest way forward for the ummah is... , ... Remaining loyal to the foundations of Islam, while not only embracing modern values rooted in contemporary human conscience, but also harmonizing them with our faith."
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BARABΞKΞ | barabeke.eth May 30
A work about the coming times... Any sexual reference is obviously unintentional and caused by the malicious mind of the viewer 🙂 Available as , in unique edition, to collect here:
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CatholicMasculinity Jun 21
Currently listening to by . Even in the early 1900's, the excommunicated people for belief in and practice of . What happened? Maybe we should bring that back.
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Corals Photos Jul 24
The beautifully clean lines of utopian modernism as realised by City Engineer Herbert Manzoni in 1935. It's a planned housing scheme in reinforced concrete, near Aston Reservoir.
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Naomi_G_Brown Jul 16
Also spotted in Cambuslang, I love this mosaic so much - don't know how I've never spotted it before as it looks like it's been there since the 60s when Kyle Court was built. Just looking at it is making me hungry!
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Richard Coltman Jul 22
Interesting to compare these Odeon cinema designs. Same basic form: corner plot, tower with "fin" and rounded corner plus canopy. Scarborough has most bulk, Sutton Coldfield design is purest. But I think the Odeon Newport is my favourite. Your thoughts?
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Alan Lennon Jul 26
Emiliano di Cavalcanti (1897-1976 Brazilian) pioneer of modernism in his country, rebelled against the sterile academicism then dominant in Brazilian painting and sought to create work free from European influence.
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Design One Thing Aug 5
Happy birthday Irene Rice Pereira. The artist, writer & educator, famous for her non-objective paintings & advancing modernism in the US through teaching, writing lectures & helping found the Design Laboratory, modeled after the Bauhaus, was born today in 1902. ,
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Carlos Marcial™ Jun 14
The first piece of this puzzle is now owned by But the synthesis, the last piece, the dialectical solution to this artistic puzzle is still up for grabs on 👉
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DWOMOH Jun 16
I use hierarchy, rhythm, repetition, contrast, sometimes symmetry. But most importantly I focus on designing something that can be built by the local artisans. With this I merged with classical Students Hostel. Tarkwa. Ghana 🇬🇭
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AMITABH SINGH INC 🇮🇳 #Congress Jul 26
Dr ended his speech Heralding reforms with this couplet: "Sarfaroshi ki tamana ab humare dil mein hai, Dekhna hai jor kitna bazooaye Qatil mein hai.” Thus began tryst with & . We exchanged him for a charlatan.
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Dr Joan Passey Jul 19
Calling all scholars of ! Please let me know if you would be interested in reviewing any of these glittering texts. PGRs, ECRS, and independent scholars particularly welcome! bslsreviews@gmail.com
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Barnabas Calder May 3
This new book by Prof Bruce Peter is an absolute treasure for fans of postwar , and Jet-age glamour. It's international, full of wonderful facts and images, and very revealing and interesting in its text. All round, not one to miss! (Excuse my broken phone camera.)
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Jeremy Colangelo Jul 27
Hello and studies scholars - have I got a for you! "The Body Politic in Pain: A Modernism/Modernity Print Plus Cluster" Hat-tip to and
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Ishika Guha Jun 29
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🌈SHIPS in the SKY🚢Hull🌈 Jul 7
Replying to @shipsinthesky63
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Miles Osgood May 19
For our week, I had my frosh make their own magazines in Google Slides. For 25 minutes in breakout rooms, these are pretty great.
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De La Warr Pavilion Jun 22
Morning! Its ! An old picture but a good one taken by Miles Comfort, showing the sleek lines and curves of the building and a beautiful blue Bexhill sky.
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process22 Aug 5
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