27APR 2016
House style Name

House style Name

Do get periods: Ms., Messrs., ed., Dr. This includes abbreviations for state names like Conn. or Ind. (More on this under state names below.) abortion Do not use “pro-life” to refer to someone who is otherwise “anti-abortion, ” unless it appears in a direct quote or is a part of a group’s official name. “Pro-life” implies that pro-choice advocates are anti-life. Also avoid “pro-abortion.”…

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21JUL 2016
Home Design Architect

Home Design Architect

For members interested in joining the AIA’s Home Design Trends Survey panel, you may enroll by completing the background information form . As a participant, your results will be reported in aggregate with other respondents and the results will be reported quarterly in the AIArchitect . As a valued panelist, you will receive a special e-mail with a link to this report when it is…

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27JAN 2014
Georgian period House

Georgian period House

In this article The three phases of Georgian are a continuum of each other. As the century progressed, the style became lighter and lighter in terms of colours and decoration and eventually became regency style. Taking an interest in fashion and interiors was very much the order of the day; entertaining was becoming more popular and print books containing designs and architectural…

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17JUN 2016
Garrison architectural style

Garrison architectural style

A garrison is an architectural style of house, typically two stories with the second story overhanging in the front. The traditional ornamentation is four carved drops (pineapple, strawberry or acorn shape) below the overhang. Garrisons usually have an exterior chimney at the end. Older versions have casement windows with small panes of glass, while later versions have double-hung…

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11MAR 2011
English House styles

English House styles

Cottages are traditionally quaint and reminiscent of the English thatched cottage. Steep gabled roofs with small dormers and multi-pane windows are prevalent. Cottages often feature stone predominantly, lending to the lived in, historic look. In modern usage, a cottage is usually a modest, often cozy dwelling, typically in a rural or semi-rural location. However there are cottage-style…

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25SEP 2011
What are the different Home styles?

What are the different Home styles?

From WikiSummary, the Free Social Science Summary Database Understanding American Politics Bureaucracy Congress: Elections Congress: Parties Ideological Traditions Presidency Voting Voter Sophistication Voter Turnout Fenno. 1978. Home style: House members in their districts. In Brief Fenno seeks to answer one overriding question: How does an elected representative s view of his/her…

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20MAR 2015
What is Colonial style house?

What is Colonial style house?

RANCH HOME – a single floor house with no living space on the second floor – it can have many roof lines and many different roof pitches but typically a single floor house is a RANCH CAPE/CHALET HOMES – The defining feature of these homes is the roof line. The roof pitch is called a 12/12 roof which means for every 12 inches across it goes 12 inches up. A Chalet is the same however…

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