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- adj. Alternative form of calligraphic.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as calligraphic.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or relating to or expressed in calligraphy
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The name of this illustrious saint is intimately connected with a most magnificent specimen of calligraphical art of the eighth century, preserved in the
The splendor of the ancient calligraphical productions of Greece,  and the still later ones of Rome, bear repeated testimony that the practice of this art had spread during the sixth century, if not earlier, to these powerful empires.
The _Christ among the Doctors_, dated 1506, and now in the Barberini Palace at Rome, might seem to have been painted chiefly to justify Giovanni Bellini's astonishment at the calligraphical painting of hair.
Dee had refused an hundred pounds for these calligraphical labours.
His love of old classical _Manuscripts_ was properly and greatly beyond that of printed books: but each class was so marked and identified by his calligraphical MS. notes, that you were in a moment convinced his books were not purchased for the mere sake of gorgeous furniture.
My own is of this kind, superbly bound, and priced with a neatness peculiar to the calligraphical powers of the 'forementioned friend.
After they put out a personal ad, they get a prompt, superbly calligraphical answer from Mrs. Snow (Mariel Hemingway), a widow who's the epitome of Martha Stewart-sexy.
Whether students have a language focus, or are interested in more esoteric cultural offerings, such as close examination of carapace-bone-script, pictographs, or hard-tipped pen calligraphical works -- seminars typically seen only in a university setting --