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  • Sir George Clausen 1852-1944 was also known for his square brush technique, which the British critics identified with French juste-milieu painters like Bastien-Lepage, with whom some of the Newlyn artists studied.

    Square Brushes

  • Sir George Clausen 1852-1944 was also known for his square brush technique, which the British critics identified with French juste-milieu painters like Bastien-Lepage, with whom some of the Newlyn artists studied.

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  • This last is a juste-milieu view, by no means in favour with the inhabitants of either place.

    Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah and Meccah

  • In connection with religion as a characteristic feature of the Slavic peo - ples, Herzen said that Russia will never be Protestant nor will it be juste-milieu, and these two are inter - related, since for him Protestantism was a bourgeois religion.

    VOLKSGEIST

  • For the rest, M. Rossi's juste-milieu is in direct opposition to the great economic law: To produce with the least possible expense the greatest possible quantity of values ....

    System of Economical Contradictions: or, the Philosophy of Misery

  • We are in the age of the _juste-milieu_; and this is appropriate enough.

    Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, No. 445 Volume 18, New Series, July 10, 1852

  • And the poker-faced subtle satire of "Il est juste-milieu, botaniste et pansu" becomes the pedestrian "A young man of means, a botanist, potbellied".

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  • And the poker-faced subtle satire of "Il est juste-milieu, botaniste et pansu" becomes the pedestrian "A young man of means, a botanist, potbellied".

    Top stories from Times Online

  • Calyste's passion for this amphibious creature, who is neither man nor woman, who smokes like an hussar, writes like a journalist, and has at this very moment in her house the most venomous of all writers, -- so the postmaster says, and he's a/juste-milieu/man who reads the papers.

    Beatrix

  • “All Guerande is turned upside down about Calyste’s passion for this amphibious creature, who is neither man nor woman, who smokes like an hussar, writes like a journalist, and has at this very moment in her house the most venomous of all writers, — so the postmaster says, and he’s a juste-milieu man who reads the papers.

    Beatrix

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