effigy


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a representation of a person (especially in the form of sculpture)

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In the effigy, Modi is seen sitting on a large diamond.
Last year, Sona protesters took a break from making an effigy as a sign of support to newly-elected Duterte.
Burned at a fireworks display in the town, 30 miles south of London, the effigy also showcased Trump sporting a pair of Mexico-themed boxer shorts, a dig at the nominee's stand against undocumented immigrants from the neighboring country.
Some activists and members of National Students' Union of India (NSUI) on Tuesday celebrated the Dussehra festival by burning the effigy of Modi and Shah while carrying placards with the slogan, 'Truth shall prevail over evil'.
He said the effigy of Ravana will not be burnt this year as the rite is carried out only when Ram Leela happens.
The effigy, clad in a black wetsuit, blonde wig and women's clothing, was accompanied Sunday by signs that read, "Vote Trump," "Treason?
The thing I do find a bit disturbing really is the idea of burning the effigy of anything.
On swinging the body towards him he discovered it was a stuffed effigy, complete with Wellington boots and sou'wester.
IN a recent Journal, Andrew Lapping somewhat pompously berated those who carried Margaret Thatcher in effigy at the Durham Miners' Gala.
The same bonfire was at the centre of a dispute last year when an effigy of Mr Adams was hung from the fire.
AN investigation has been launched by police over the "racist" burning of a giant effigy of Alex Salmond.
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Pork barrel effigy of President Aquino towers over the crowd of demonstrators gathered along Commonwealth Avenue, July 28, for the State of the Nation Address (Photo by Alma Buelva)
Instead of Congress president Sonia Gandhi, Film actor Akshay Kumar will burn Ravan's effigy.
Lindsay argues that modern effigy tomb sculpture "asserts that the individual existed (because he died), with an identifiable place in historical time;" her study explores how this monarchical--and, by the eighteenth century, out-dated and under-represented--form of funerary art was revitalized and transformed to embrace modern views of death and commemoration in nineteenth-century France (128).