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AcronymDefinition
DECODivision of Economic and Community Outreach (Towson University; Towson, MD)
DECODetroit Edison Company
DECOAssociação Portuguesa para a Defesa do Consumidor (Portugal)
DECODevelopment Engineering Corporation
DECODocument Engineering Company, Inc.
DECODe-Correlating/De-Correlation
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One of the pioneers of the Art Deco style, Cartier continues to draw inspiration from the movement's strong geometry and clear-eyed monochrome approach.
PS12 LUXURY PILLOW CUSHION IN METALLIC ART DECO FAN ARCH, FROM BECCA CADBURY DESIGN ON ESTY This luxurious pillow is an arch 'seigaiha' design made from rare, vintage Japanese Obi silks in pink gold rust and silver.
The signature style of this jewellery is geometric and graphic patterns and draws references from "cubism" that frequently forms the premise for Art Deco designs.
The vendor pointed out that with built-in antivirus and malware protection powered by Trend Micro, Deco M5 provides a truly secure whole-home Wi-Fi system.
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No other city has such a variety of Art Deco styles by architects from such a range of countries and traditions, said Cranley.
COLOR A high-contrast color palette, such as a neutral with a gemstone color, adds a subtle art deco influence into a contemporary design.
The new site makes it easier and more convenient for our customers to shop for the latest in home decor and furnishings than ever before," said Hope Machado, Purchasing Manager for Newport Deco.
Pantone announced an Art Deco emerald green for the color of 2013.
Art Deco by Norbert Wolf is a marvellous Bertram State Capitol, 1920-32 (c) book, with its wealth of illustrative material, ranging from theatre design to architecture, fine art to sculpture and photography.
Franklin, its founder and president, would like to see the 501(c)3 startup grow into an interactive expression of all things art deco.