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Summary: A Sidon-based sheikh Wednesday called upon Christians supportive of Michel Aoun's Free Patriotic Movement to "watch out" for his policies to depict Sunnis "as a scarecrow.
Another important mosaic depicts the Greek god of grape harvest and wine Dionysus and his wife Ariadne alongside the god of wealth Ploutos and four children representing the seasons.
Buddhist symbols like the lotus, fish and bells depict a state of mystical trance.
Calling it "undignified" and "improper" the bureau had initially refused to license the label, which depicts Santa's clothed derriere perched atop a barrel (or "butt") of beer.
Another scene depicts the anguish that the disciples of Christ felt, as they hid and waited, fearing a similar fate.
Apocrypha swiftly depicts the finding of the trio's discovery of a cave which has scriptures telling of writings hidden by Mohammed.
The first picture was taken on Broad Street in 1921, just south of the current New York Stock Exchange, and depicts the last day of trading at the Curb Market before it was moved indoors and later became the American Stock Exchange.
Macomber's recent exhibition at Kavi Gupta Gallery, "The Clearing," paired five works on paper with a suite of six paintings propped up on white pedestals and arranged as if they were figures on a stage: The paintings were cordoned off by a heavy black theatrical curtain that nearly bisected the exhibition space and introduced an obvious dichotomy between "actors" and "audience"; the works on paper, a 2005 series that depicts sea mammals with human heads or torsos, represented the latter.
Anselm mosaics, a monkey in a tree depicts a liturgist who "terrorized" everybody else, but to whom she became quite close once she dismissed his critique with the observation, "Everyone knows monks have terribly bad taste.
The patch of the Fort Kent, Maine, Police Department depicts a brown fort situated at the corners of the St.
The first, released in April, depicts an American bison on the reverse; in August, a second version will, depict Lewis and Clark.
Within days of her new start, Education Secretary Margaret Spellings, who was approved Inauguration Day, criticized a PBS cartoon show that depicts gay couples, supported President Bush's drive to expand high school testing, and took a stand against a lapse in morality judgment.
Another painting, halfway down the other wall, depicts Jesus wiping the disciples' feet after the foot washing.
11) Perhaps based on the earlier suggestions of Klaus Schwager (1970), Valerio Guazzoni (1996) claimed that the scene depicts a papal audience, a contention rejected by Shearman.