Definitions

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  • n. Belgian architect and leader in art nouveau architecture (1861-1947)

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Examples

  • Horta is a bitter sauteed mixed green vegetable dish that is popular in Greece.

    NJ Dining: Nisi Estiatorio

  • East Timor President Jose Ramo Horta is supporting the embattled Prime Minister

    Global Voices in English » East Timor: Ricegate scandal

  • There was something about the young Romulan's earnest enthusiasm that reminded him of Naraht when the Horta was a newly graduated ensign.

    The Romulan Way

  • Captain, the Horta is a remarkably intelligent and sensitive creature with impeccable taste.

    The Devil in the Dark

  • Star Trek-themed floats: a mockup of a starship bridge, a replica transporter room, and a car disguised as an orange and brown alien known as a Horta, for example.

    chicagotribune.com - News

  • If you look at the shape of this dolls, it look as usualdoll, however, actually it made by sawdust and grass seedand named "Horta".

    Horta Doll

  • "Horta," "Lang" and "Tony Hunter" (all 2008), dancing, knotted webs of bright color and line, struggle between openness and restraint, air and solid.

    The Lighthearted Abstract Expressionist

  • There was something about the young Romulan’s earnest enthusiasm that reminded him of Naraht when the Horta was a newly graduated ensign.

    Rihannsu: The Bloodwing Voyages

  • They represent truly one of the century's great, undiscovered "other modernisms" like the work of Victor Horta or Gaudí.

    Otto Wagner and His School

  • “As Henry and Betty reconnect, it could potentially threaten her relationship with Matt,” Horta explains.

    Christoper Gorham Leaves “Ugly Betty”

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