Dali

[dah-lee]
noun
  1. Sal·va·dor [sal-vuh-dawr; Spanish sahl-vah-th awr] /ˈsæl vəˌdɔr; Spanish ˌsɑl vɑˈðɔr/, 1904–89, Spanish painter and illustrator.
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Contemporary Examples of dali

  • Food Destination A unique cultural retreat experience awaits you on the other side of the world The Linden Center, Dali China.

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    Fresh Picks

    Nina Simonds

    April 20, 2011

  • This fall, Vezzoli curated Dali Dali, a show at the Moderna Museet in Stockholm.

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    Lady Gaga and the Bolshoi?

    Anthony Haden-Guest

    November 11, 2009

Historical Examples of dali

  • For the lordship of this island, the Isle of Fedach, son of Dali.

    Irish Fairy Tales

    James Stephens

  • The Greek vase and cups from Dali (Fig. 159) show a new motive in the decoration.

    The Ceramic Art

    Jennie J. Young

  • The rugs were worn, worn to the shredding point, worn until the spurious Oriental design seemed an eerie Dali drawing.

    Cue for Quiet

    Thomas L. Sherred

  • Both are named after the towns towards which they flow, the larger being called the Dali and the lesser the Morfu.

    Cyprus

    Franz von Lher

  • Artistically this patera is much upon a par with those from Dali and Athinau, which have been already described.

    History of Phoenicia

    George Rawlinson


British Dictionary definitions for dali

Dali

noun
  1. Salvador (ˈsælvədɔː). 1904–89, Spanish surrealist painter
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