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(1) My aesthetic standards are quite different from his.
(2) The new building has little aesthetic value/appeal.
(3) Fashion, is a kind of aesthetic view. Brother is a punk, you satisfied.
(4) He responded very strongly to the aesthetic of this particular work.
(5) His mind was reeling with an almost aesthetic delight at the beauty of the thing.
(6) Artists finally awoke to the aesthetic possibilities of photography.
(7) That armchair is comfortable but not very aesthetic.
(8) The benefits of conservation are both financial and aesthetic.
(9) A new aesthetic had been evolved.
(10) Their furniture was more aesthetic than functional.
(11) The students debated the aesthetic of the poems.
(12) Their furniture was more aesthetic than practical.
(13) From an aesthetic point of view it's a thetic view.
(14) His work partakes of the aesthetic fashions of his time.
(15) Native workmanship can add a lot of aesthetic value.
(16) Peacocks and nightingales are aesthetic show-offs.
(17) Did the makers shape them symmetrically for aesthetic reasons?
(18) Hardwoods are often chosen for their aesthetic appeal.
(19) Mrs Lamont, 45[sentencedict.com/aesthetic.html], has a well-developed aesthetic sense.
(20) Aesthetic appreciation is thrown on the scrap heap.
(21) Sometimes it is difficult to penetrate beyond aesthetic appreciation.
(22) Nor are the results of urban sprawl always aesthetic.
(23) The arguments are both economic and aesthetic.
(24) Philosophical and aesthetic arguments justifying non-figurative art left Minton unconvinced.
(25) Most are there for aesthetic value in an attempt to raise the product's perceived value.
(26) They have proved enormously successful in both commercial and aesthetic terms.
(27) The main point is that prose varies a great deal in the amount of aesthetic interest which attaches to linguistic form.
(28) Courses are designed to suit both boys and girls[sentencedict.com], and creative and aesthetic talents and are also encouraged.
(29) We are also interested in extending their manual skills in the form of craft work related to aesthetic experiences.
(30) Finally, for Megill, the artist-philosophers are more concerned with interpreting reality as an aesthetic phenomenon than with traditional truth-telling.
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