from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as orarium.


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  • JS MacDonald, soon-to-be director of the important National Gallery of Victoria, was disgusted at the Murdoch Herald display of cont­emp­orary French and English art, 1939.

    "Addled Art" by Lionel Lindsay

  • She was essentially a reporter of cont­em­p­orary city life.

    Grace Cossington Smith: her early career

  • People could enjoy in supper alcoves, decorated with cont­emp­orary paintings like those of Hogarth.

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  • Tuck­er, Berg­ner, Counihan and Vassilieff all joined the newly formed Contem­p­orary Art Society, to give voice to art not accepted by the estab­lish­ment and to influence the future direction of Australian art.

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  • Then in 1941 the Contemp­orary Art Society held its famous exhibition, bringing together works testifying to the dynamic changes that had taken place in Australian painting since the 1930s.

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  • And The Herald Exhibition of French & British Con­t­em­p­orary Art travelled around three Aust­ral­ian capital cities in August 1939.

    Degenerate Art Exhibition, Munich 1937

  • "I don't know, probably Mudhole's hon - orary title for guests."

    Flint the King

  • They were the first contemp - orary companions since Ian and Barbara.

    Companion Analysis by Nyssa ("Doctor Who" Companions)

  • It is just temp - orary until the HD and BBS software is purchased (In the next few weeks) .....

    Love Story

  • Special officers and committees were appointed in this court, and even actions of great importance, such as the dissolution of the magazine or the extension of freedom of the company to hon - orary members, were consummated.

    The Records of the Virginia Company of London


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