Definitive

Definitive may refer to:

  • Definitive (TV series), an American music television series
  • Definitive stamp, a postage stamp that is part of a regular issue of a country's stamps available for sale by the postal service

Other articles related to "definitive":

Marianne Et L'Europe Series - Genesis
... asked La Poste to organize a competition at the end of whom he would choose the new definitive stamp design of France ... engraver, he drew with the idea to convert his design into an engraving because the definitive stamps of France has been usually printed in intaglio the past decades ... de Gandon d'apr├Ęs Delacroix series that a definitive series was designed and engraved by the same artist ...
Mr. Lif Discography - Singles
... the Score" Label Grand Royal 2000 "Front on This" B-Side "Be Out" Label Definitive Jux Enters the Colossus 2001 "Cro-Magnon" B-Side "Fulcrum", "Retrospect" Label Definitive Jux 2002 "Home ...
Definitive Jux Discography
... The following is an incomplete discography for Definitive Jux, an independent hip hop record label based in New York City, United States ... Lif, RJD2, and Cool Calm Pete have released records through Definitive Jux ...
Definitive Map
... The Definitive Map is a record of public rights of way in England and Wales ... In law it is the definitive record of where a right of way is located ... with a one-tier system) has a statutory duty to maintain the Definitive Map, though in national parks the National Park Authority usually maintains the map ...

Famous quotes containing the word definitive:

    I always used to suffer a great deal if I let myself get too close to reality since the definitive world of the everyday with its hard edges and harsh light did not have enough resonance to echo the demands I made upon experience. It was as if I never experienced experience as experience. Living never lived up to the expectations I had of it—the Bovary syndrome.
    Angela Carter (1942–1992)

    ... But all the feelings that evoke in us the joy or the misfortune of a real person are only produced in us through the intermediary of an image of that joy or that misfortune; the ingeniousness of the first novelist was in understanding that, in the apparatus of our emotions, since the image is the only essential element, the simplification which consists of purely and simply suppressing the factual characters is a definitive improvement.
    Marcel Proust (1871–1922)