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Term of the day - chinoiserie

chinoiserie
Syllabication:    chi·noi·se·rie

Noun:
1. A style in art reflecting Chinese influence through use of elaborate decoration and intricate patterns. 
2. An object reflecting Chinese artistic influence.
Etymology:
French, from chinois, Chinese, from Chine, China.

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 (SourceThe American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000.

2 did criticisms:

Chris Bowers said...

I have been educated. Thank you kind sir. I like your picture of the Napoleon looking guy "We've a Sight"

M. Umer Toor said...

'I have been educated' :-)

Since I occasionally use my intelligence, I accept this criticism and shall try to be more centered on authenticity of my Self. (even if you didn't mean so.)

I like it too!

Humble regards!

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