Examples of renaissance in a Sentence
a book on the Renaissance
the 19th-century literary renaissance that prompted people to refer to Boston as the Athens of America
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Easy to cite Birmingham's culinary renaissance, its blossoming artist communities like Avondale and Woodlawn, its music scene, its thriving (and delicious) craft beer awakening.
Great artistic movements depend on the world to provide worthy muses: Revolution, renaissance, economic upheaval...selfie culture?
Giampiero Bodino A renaissance man with a keen attachment to his country and the Mediterranean, Bodino looked to the deep with a Tesori del Mare theme, starring fish earrings that can be unhooked to double as brooches.
How can the United States be going through a restaurant renaissance and a restaurant recession at the same time?
This renaissance puts a new generation of children at risk.
There’s a food and wine renaissance happening in the tiny Sonoma County town of Guerneville.
The museum is expected to draw about 100,000 visitors annually and along with a $1 billion casino scheduled to open in 2018, is part of the Springfield’s economic renaissance, Mayor Domenic Sarno said.
Emhardt's class has been part of a renaissance of the VU men's tennis program.
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RENAISSANCE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of renaissance for English Language Learners
the Renaissance : the period of European history between the 14th and 17th centuries when there was a new interest in science and in ancient art and literature especially in Italy
: a situation or period of time when there is a new interest in something that has not been popular in a long time
: a period of new growth or activity
RENAISSANCE Defined for Kids
Definition of renaissance for Students
- The city's downtown is experiencing a renaissance.
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