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  • n. Plural form of rendering.


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  • So much of the green design that we see here at Inhabitat is efficient and looks cool in renderings, but the human aspect of sustainability, and the real value of our built environment is too often a rarity.

    Trey Farmer | Inhabitat

  • We go on and on about how sick and tired we are of seeing prefab in renderings and models and never the real thing.

    2006 August | Inhabitat - Green Design Will Save the World

  • Many Hebrew love-poems, in German renderings, are quoted in Dr.A. Sulzbach's essay, _Die poetische Litteratur_ (second section, _Die weltliche Poesie_), contributed to the third volume of Winter and Wunsche's

    The Book of Delight and Other Papers

  • The first of these embraced, together with some renderings from the German and the

    Initial Studies in American Letters

  • The first of these embraced, together with some renderings from the German and the Scandinavian languages, specimens of stronger original work than the author had yet put forth; namely, the two powerful ballads of the _Skeleton in Armor_ and the _Wreck of the Hesperus_.

    Brief History of English and American Literature

  • He naturally began as a translator, and this first volume contained, among other things, exquisite renderings from the German of Uhland, Salis, and Müller, from the Danish, French, Spanish and Anglo-Saxon, and a few passages from

    Brief History of English and American Literature

  • It is being introduced into modern psalmody, the translation in use ranking among the most successful of Dr. John Mason Neale's renderings from the Greek.

    The Story of the Hymns and Tunes

  • The other contestants, a Ford and a Nissan, look cramped even in the renderings, which isn ' t a good sign — and which virtually guarantees that one or the other will be picked over the Karsan, a Turkish vehicle.

    Whitewashing Taxis

  • His translations of Shakespeare have become German classics, while his renderings from the Spanish (Calderon, Lope de

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI

  • Allen calls the renderings on film profound “Celluloid Poems”; in particular, those that focused brightly and insightfully on mortality, love, art, the silence of God, religious doubt, and failed marriage.

    Woody Allen…on Ingmar Bergman « Julian Ayrs & Pop Culture


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