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The way is then cleared for the thoroughgoing application of the Poundbury philosophy to the real needs and predilections of late twentieth-century town dwellers.
Because fibrous dysplasia shows a predilection for the facial and cranial bones, where it causes deformity and dysfunction, the disease is of particular interest to the otolaryngologist.
The pictorial space created in Diary evokes an unfurled papyrus scroll covered with tightly bunched sentences, attesting to a predilection for hieroglyph-like texts cultivated earlier by Krasner in her "little images," likewise on view here.
This predilection for the horizontal may be something that defines Hadid as a specifically British architect.
Adam's Light, 1999, a scrapping together of overlapping translucent blue plastic bags taped to a gallery window, created a luminous, monochrome plaid--a lovely example of Feher's predilection for approximate geometry.
In the subtitle of his exhibition, Myers pays homage to Overby's eccentric predilection for backward dating.
Katz's synthesis of representation and abstraction is pitched so perfectly that he's managed to turn their irresoluble conflict--the great differend of modern art--into little more than a nuance of stylistic predilection.