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descriptive geometry

(Encyclopedia) descriptive geometry, branch of geometry concerned with the two-dimensional representation of three-dimensional objects; it was introduced in 1795 by Gaspard Monge. By means of such?

Sample Essay: Descriptive

Note: The following essay was not edited by EssayEdge Editors. It appears as it was initially reviewed by admissions officers. SAMPLE ESSAY: Harvard, Personal identity: Bedroom tour If?

Movies and Film: The Job Descriptions

The Job DescriptionsMovies and FilmFilm Personnel: Gaffers, Grips, and GofersEmployment HistoryUnionsThe Job DescriptionsFilms Worth Viewing Here is the list of the most high-profile jobs (not?

Writing Well: Picture This: Description

Picture This: DescriptionWriting WellPicture This: DescriptionHelp Is on the Way!Make a Deposit in the Idea BankTake the PlungeColor My WorldMusic to the EyesTools of the TradeAn Affair to Remember?

Hor

(Encyclopedia) Hor, in the Bible, unlocated mountain, on the boundary of Edom, the place of Aaron's death. It was traditionally identified with Jabal Harun, a mountain in SW Jordan, but it does?

Robbers, Herman

(Encyclopedia) Robbers, Herman h?rmn rb?rs, 1868?1937, Dutch novelist. A representative of descriptive realism, he wrote De Roman van een Gezin (1909?10; tr. The Fortunes of a Household, 1924).

Folgore da San Geminiano

(Encyclopedia) Folgore da San Geminiano flg?r? d sn j?m?nyn?, fl. 1308?16, Italian poet. Mesi, his cycle of sonnets on the seasons and their appropriate pleasures, is interspersed with zestful?

Widsith

(Encyclopedia) Widsith w?ds?th, 7th-century Anglo-Saxon poem found in the Exeter Book. It is an account of the wanderings of a Germanic minstrel and of the legends he relates. The poem gives an?