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-[[Andrea Palladio]] @500 
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-'''Andrea Palladio''' ([[November 30]], [[1508]] – [[August 19]], [[1580]]), was an [[Italian architect]], widely considered the most influential person in the [[Architectural history|history of Western architecture]]. The [[Palladian architecture|Palladian style]], named after him, adhered to classical [[Roman architecture|Roman]] principles (Palladio knew relatively little about [[Greek architecture]]). The Palladian [[villa]] format was easily adapted for a [[democratic]] worldview, as can be seen at [[Thomas Jefferson]]'s commissioned buildings. Palladian motifs, particularly the [[window]], made a comeback during the [[postmodern architecture |postmodern era]]. The architect [[Philip Johnson]] frequently used it as a [[doorway]]. 
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-[[Jean Eustache]] @70 
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-'''Jean Eustache''' ([[November 30]], [[1938]] - [[November 3]], [[1981]]) was a [[France|French]] [[filmmaker]] best known for his 1973 film ''[[The Mother and the Whore]]''. 
 +# The [[passage]] of a [[door]]; [[entrance]] way into a [[house]] or a [[room]].
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  1. The passage of a door; entrance way into a house or a room.




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