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  • n. Plural form of calligrapher.

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Examples

  • The artistic design of the diplomas has varied over the years (see Register of artists and calligraphers), but the text has always followed the same pattern in the Swedish and Norwegian languages, respectively.

    The Nobel Prize Diplomas

  • For some years, well-known calligraphers have hand-lettered the various diplomas (see of artists and calligraphers).

    The Nobel Prize Diplomas

  • In addition, the calligraphers have designed special gold monograms for each of the Laureates on the outside of the diplomas, which are also found on the boxes in which the diplomas rest.

    The Nobel Prize Diplomas

  • So, ours will be the only Hamilton documentary with Larry Flynt and Rupert Murdoch, Justice Scalia and women in prison in St. Croix, former Solicitors General and the judge from the People's Court, as well as magicians, calypso singers, calligraphers, and numerous other unusual suspects, all enlisted to tell Hamilton's unusual story.

    Michael Pack: Rediscovering Alexander Hamilton: A Strange Journey

  • This comes through in lavishly illuminated Qurans, as well as in the palpable passion with which calligraphers developed and refined writing styles, sometimes sober and elegant, other times bursting with exuberance, as in an 11th-century "Leaf from a Qur'an Manuscript in Floriated Script."

    The Many Paths Toward an Islamic Aesthetic

  • The cymbidium orchid became a popular subject for Chinese artists during the Song dynasty 960-1279 A.D. and was often painted in the dark ink of calligraphers.

    Free and Easy: Take the Mic or Take the Plunge

  • The cymbidium orchid became a popular subject for Chinese artists during the Song dynasty A.D. 960-1279 and was often painted in the dark ink of calligraphers.

    Free & easy

  • The shah had great admiration for architects, engineers, calligraphers, tilemakers and other craftspeople, and used the best minds of his court to create the “Image of the World” (the great square of Isfahan), which was a source of astonishment to foreign visitors and still attracts countless tourists.

    Anita Amirrezvani - An interview with author

  • Three calligraphers write his invitations and thank-you notes.

    Sunday Reading

  • He is a Scots-Englishman who's enraptured still, after 25 years living in India, with the ancient and the exotic: "the calligraphers, the old Muslims speaking courtly Urdu, the bullocks pulling wooden plows" in India today, and with the temple prostitutes, self-starving Jain spiritualists, and Sufi singers in his cast of Nine Lives, a brilliant sampling of the "divine madness" that survives the radical modernization of India.

    Christopher Lydon: William Dalrymple: the Af-Pak Fiasco "on its last legs" (AUDIO)

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