style

See gnomon.

Style

A difficult term to define because of its many uses, but it can be defined as the selection of a set of linguistic features from all the possibilities in a language, in relation to context, purpose and audience.

Style

Term used to denote differences in design or appearance.

Style

In plants, the portion of the pistil between the stigma and ovary. In maize it is known as the 'silk'. Also the terminal segment of the antenna of a brachyceran dipteran. It is drawn into a sharp point.

Style

a distinctive manner or way of doing something e.g. a unique decoration or expressive shape

Style

[Orbital song] `Style` is a 1999 single by the electronica duo Orbital. It was their fourth consecutive single, and fifth overall, to reach the top 20 of the UK singles chart, peaking at number 13. The track takes its name from the analogue electronic musical instrument, the stylophone, which is used extensively on the track. The main versi...
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Style

the slender part of a pistil between the stigma and the ovary.
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style

The narrow stalk of the pistil, located above the ovary but below the stigma.
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Style

Term describing jewelry that, in our opinion, was produced as a facsimile of an earlier period.
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Style

Approach followed by an active investment manager in selecting stocks, e.g. value or growth.
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style

[n] - the narrow elongated part of the pistil between the ovary and the stigma 2. [n] - editorial directions to be followed in spelling and punctuation and capitalization and typographical display 3. [n] - a particular kind (as to appearance) 4. [n] - a slender bristlelike or tubular process 5. [v] - make stylish 6. [v] -...
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Style

aspects of writing (or speech) which have an identifiable character generally used in a positive sense to indicate 'pleasing effects'
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Style

(Style (stylistic)) Style means the way language and structure are chosen by a writer or speaker to suit a particular context, audience and purpose. Three important aspects of style that could be worthy of comment are its degree of formality or informality, its use of standard or non-standard grammar and its discourse structure. A good writers migh...
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Style

The part of the carpel between the ovary and the stigma. It is usually long and thin.
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Style

There are a number of features that would go under the collective heading of style: e.g.see register/tone/language (colloquial,emotive,jargon)
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Style

The elongated narrow structure supporting the pollen receptor.
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style

In art, a particular artist's recognizable approach to a work of art, and their characteristic manner of expression. The term is also used to describe collectively artworks that share features in...
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Style

A distinctive appearance or manner; a visual language
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Style

The slender, elongated part of a pistil.
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Style

vertical members at each side of a panelled door, ie hanging style and shutting style.
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Style

Style noun [ Middle English stile , French style , Of. also stile , Latin stilus a style or writing instrument, manner or writing, mode of expression; probably for stiglus , meaning, a pricking instrument, and akin to English stick . See Stick ,
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Style

Style transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Styled ; present participle & verbal noun Styling .] To entitle; to term, name, or call; to denominate. ' Styled great conquerors.' Milton. « How well his worth and b...
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style

<botany> An elongated part of a carpel, or group of fused carpels, between the ovary and the stigma. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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style

noun a slender bristlelike or tubular process; `a cartilaginous style`
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Style

• (v. t.) A kind of blunt-pointed surgical instrument. • (v. t.) Mode of presentation, especially in music or any of the fine arts; a characteristic of peculiar mode of developing in idea or accomplishing a result. • (v. t.) Conformity to a recognized standard; manner which is deemed elegant and appropriate, especially in social deme...
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