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Buddhist symbols like the lotus, fish and bells depict a state of mystical trance.
Sergius was found in the Greater Byzantine Church in Sweida, while the eighth mosaic depicts seven people in various poses eating and drinking at a table.
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.
1 and 2 depict much of the superficial and intrinsic musculature of this area.
Twenty-four percent read one to five books or magazines during a year (see Table 2) Table 2 depicts that when the sample was asked to respond to, "Do you read a newspaper?
This beautiful poem depicts a voyage into the "space" of eternity, with lovely images of renewal and understanding; most difficult song of the set.
Connecticut's new coin depicts the historic Charter Oak, a Hartford white oak that played a significant role in the state's history.
As I am proposing changes to the concept, my main emphasis is that the shape that depicts the Hierarchy of Needs, the triangle, must be altered.
The print depicts a white man kneeling in the position of the supplicant slave while a well-dressed black man strikes him, reversing the power relations suggested by the abolitionist seal.
The third dimension of the matrix depicts the units or activities of an entity to which internal control relates.
Figure 3 depicts the filling sequence for the old gating design.
The winning mural design depicts a huge film reel which cascades across the mural separating the Old West from today.
37 meters, depicts six female musicians and two children, in addition to old musical instrument including an organ, cymbals, two flutes, a harp and an Indian musical instrument consisting of metal bowls placed on a table.
For a straight audience that probably has never or very rarely thought about what it means to be gay in a straight society, the movie depicts that very well,'' says Harry Benshoff, a University of North Texas media professor and editor and writer of several gay film studies books.