Bibliographical rules govern the practical art of book description, what is technically known as cataloging.
Making seats is a practical art, and the development of the design is a matter of many years of successive improvements.
In every practical art or science the ignorant submitted to be guided by those who were better instructed than themselves.
He did invent type molds for casting type and thereby brought printing to the point of a practical art.
Franklin was preëminently a wise man, wise in the speculative science and wise in the practical art of life.
(This is the theory or theoretical part of the practice or practical art of yoga).
In the practical art of writing, it is not very unfair to measure its beauty largely by its utility.
Like every practical art, criticism consists in the habit of performing certain acts.
Of what value would a shipload of harps prove to a people unacquainted with the science or the practical art of music?
Kleinkunst, lesser or practical art, also made brilliant progress in Switzerland.