Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Middle English form of line.
- n. a linear unit (1/40 inch) used to measure diameter of buttons
“The term "ligne claire" is believed to have been coined by the Dutch artist and designer Joost Swarte in 1977.”
“He mastered a style of drawing called ligne claire or clear line: a clean, pared-down style of simple, precise lines.”
“Quand tu es en ligne je te recommande OneLook, où on trouve des liaisons à une large gamme de dictionnaires, et il y a moins de levage lourd!”
“And according to informal survey the most popular version control system to give a “denier” would be Git. ligne”
“J'ai surtout apprecie la phrase "la longue ligne musicale" du courbe de Mont Ventoux.”
“Enfin, en arrière plan, se dessine la longue ligne musicale des deux courbes asymétriques du Mont Ventoux.”
“Using live actors to animate digital images was thought a way of getting as close as possible to Hergé's ligne claire clear line drawings, a technique that avoids shading and hatchmarks, uses color flatly, and gives each line equal weight.”
“Fine Lines ligne claire Using live actors to animate digital images was thought a way of getting as close as possible to Hergé's ligne claire clear line drawings, a technique that avoids shading and hatchmarks.”
“A variant of ligne claire is "atoomstijl," or "atomic style," which refers to Art Deco and 1950s graphic elements.”
“For those who are interested in this new seating system you you can find more informations at ligne-roset.”
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Unusual, arcane, or obscure units of measure
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