The scenes memorialized in the historical series become Ignatian topics discerned spiritually by means of poetic allegory in the emblematic
series, the whole apparatus showing how sacred history may be emblematized to produce a true understanding of Ignatius as source of the Jesuit vocation.
Guayaquil's port exports Ecuador's most emblematic
products to the world: bananas, cocoa and shrimp.
Sally Hemings is a private yet emblematic
anecdote between black and white.
com, the only full- service virtual campus bookstore, has again enhanced its broad emblematic
and branded merchandise offerings.
It's enhanced by stirring South African vocal music and by lush images of clouds and mist over the emblematic
Table Mountain at the edge of Cape Town.
The productivist ideology governing coal mining in Communist Poland and the Soviet Union is emblematic
of their difference from capitalist Western Europe, where the "coal crisis" beginning in the late 1950s marked a recasting of the representation of a successful economy.
Knopf), sees Walter Winchell's rise to stardom as emblematic
of the shift in America to a new mass culture obsessed with fame, and with both building up and tearing down celebrities through the weapon of gossip.
They are emblematic
of our mission to excel in multiple filmmaking genres," said CEO, Kimberley Kates.
In addition to traditional emblematic
studies and extensions to objects of material culture, "Emblems in the Twenty-First Century: Materials and Media" focused on the growing importance of emblem digitization as a tool in research on the symbolic meanings of early texts, images, and engraved objects.
What is refreshing about the studies is their concern to go beyond straightforward source hunting for applied emblematic
Bill Mack, Apollo Real Estate's Founder and Senior Partner, says that this sale is emblematic
of the cyclical recovery of New York real estate.
In this sense, the clay model is highly emblematic
of our approach to the design process as a whole.
This exploration of the existence that lies just under the surface of everyday life might be emblematic
of the kind of artistic experience that the Argentinean artist Jorge Gumier Maier seeks as well.
Clutching the emblematic
red flag of the United Farm Workers movement, the Rev.
Gold of the Akan showcases many emblematic
examples from those holdings of more than 900 objects created by the Akan people of Ghana and the Ivory Coast, as well as works from Mali and Kenya.