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  • noun Plural form of regionalist.

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Examples

  • They hate being tagged "regionalists" - it sounds provincial and too cute, when there's nothing imitative about their work.

    A SENSE OF PLACE

  • The writers who pen happy endings risk getting labeled 'regionalists' which is like a paternal pat on the head and a nudge back to the children's table.

    Alan Elsner: Love At First Sight and Contemporary Lit

  • I think I was most inspired by the American regionalists, the American scene painters, and the WPA artists Works Progress Administration for public work projects, in the 30s.

    Soren Petersen: Art That Inspires

  • I think I was most inspired by the American regionalists, the American scene painters, and the WPA artists Works Progress Administration for public work projects, in the 30s.

    Soren Petersen: Art That Inspires

  • I think I was most inspired by the American regionalists, the American scene painters, and the WPA artists Works Progress Administration for public work projects, in the 30s.

    Soren Petersen: Art That Inspires

  • I think I was most inspired by the American regionalists, the American scene painters, and the WPA artists Works Progress Administration for public work projects, in the 30s.

    Soren Petersen: Art That Inspires

  • It appeared to presage the emergence of a new alliance in the centre of Italian politics made up of Fini's rebels, Christian Democrats and Sicilian regionalists.

    Silvio Berlusconi shared bed with three women, inquiry witness claims

  • Elliot Bostwick Davis, chair of the museum's Art of the Americas department, says the museum is also capitalizing on the additional space to build up its collections of Western art, regionalists like Kansas's John Steuart Curry and lesser-known abstract painters like C sar Paternosto.

    Xanadu, Sacramento and Beyond

  • Australia and Portugal are also committed multilateralists and committed regionalists, and we spoke about our cooperation in international institutions like the United Nations, the importance of working together regionally, and the importance of Europe and Asia working closely together.

    Interview - BBC - Transcript - The Hon Stephen Smith MP, Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs

  • There were the new town planners like Ebenezer Howard (the "Garden City"), the City Beautiful movement with its grand boulevards, the celebrators of diverse cities as they were (Jane Addams, Jane Jacobs), regionalists like Patrick Geddes and Lewis Mumford, all of whom Prof. Talen says are sources for New Urbanism, and finally the Modernists with their towers in the park.

    Frank Gruber: Report From the Denver New Urbanism Congress, Part 2

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