|ADJ || Victorian | more Victorian | most Victorian |
|NOUN || a Victorian | Victorians |
ADJ positive | comparative | superlative
NOUN article.ind sg | pl
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- The eastern smooth frog ("Geocrinia victoriana"), or Victorian smooth froglet, is a species of frog in the family Myobatrachidae.
- Stephenson's profile is carved in the facade of Lisbon's victorian railway station.
- Rows of victorian crescents were built up to, and around the water of Leith.
- This small family run pub was extensively refurbished by elder brother Liam O'Dwyer in the early 1980s and became the first "victorian style" pub of which Dublin is so well known for now.
- Ward married Mary Augusta Arnold, who became a best-selling novelist of various genres including victorian values as Mrs Humphry Ward.
- A Spanish version of the Victorian Web (http://www.victorianweb.org/espanol/index.html) began in October 2009 as part of an intercultural experiment under the direction of Landow and Dr.
- The hilly topography gives emphasis to roofs, bay windows and chimneys emphasising the scale and substance of victorian villa construction.
- Backup dancers alternated between victorian-inspired petticoats and sequined costumes, while drummers wore Baroque gold face masks all backed by waterfalls.
- The Bury and West Suffolk Archaeological Institute was a victorian organisation established in 1848 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
- In Victorian times there was significant re-building, particularly of the Chancel and South Transept.
- The emblematic building combines victorian, neoclassical, and baroque architectures, with some modernist details.
- The church's original, victorian style rectory, which stood for 110 years, was torn down in April 1968.
- The site hosts a yearly victorian Halloween event along with seasonal ghost tours.
- Charlotte and Thomas Pitt, the main characters in Anne Perry's book series, lived in Keppel Street for several decades during the victorian era.
- With beginning of the 20th century and the end of the victorian era, degeneration theory began to lose its popularity and slowly paved the way for a multi-causal framework of mental illnesses.
- De Vido's addition of four floors to the Brinckerhoff Carriage House in 1992, a victorian architecture building, was somewhat controversial for destroying the mansard roof.
- In the victorian era these draught excluders would be sausage shaped and made from fabric stuffed with sawdust.
- The Iruña conducted a marriage strategy to improve their economic interests and family relationships with prestigious victorian families.
- The victorian agency was already involved with all the visual planning for both the Olympics and the Paralympics and unified several visual elements of the two events such as the pictograms,the street signals and the trademarks under the name of "Sydney 2000".The 2000 Summer Paralympic Games logo was a representative of a dynamic human form leaping triumphantly forward and 'breaking through' towards the games.
- The argument that distaste for Victorian cultural values ('Anti-victorianism') is irrational has been adopted by other writers, [...] either following Stove's politically conservative attack on liberal thought, or Wilson's critique of modernism.
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