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Commissioned by Leeds City Council, the sculpture is a nod to the fact that a colliery once stood there and that the re-invigoration of the site - on Phoenix Avenue- was like rising from the ashes.
A large part of Rising from the Ashes deals withthe way Thorpe's life fell apart after his split from his wife Nicky and his gradual estrangement from his two children with her, Henry and Amelia.
Against a backdrop of post-bellum Atlanta rising from the ashes of the Civil War, the black moderate Booker T.
Rising from the ashes of the defunct San Jose Cleveland Ballet, Dennis Nahat's new company presented a calling card of August Bournonville's Napoli, George Balanchine's Theme and Variations and Nahat's own Moments.
The Pudong section is reached by either a new bridge (completed in less than three years), or by a new tunnel that was rising from the ashes and rubble of demolition crews.
But back there t'other day, I saw it rising from the ashes, with stone-fronted houses built by a housing corporation.
Redcar & Cleveland Council are trying to do just that, they have pulled it down then built a few new houses in the middle of the ruins like the phoenix rising from the ashes.
RISING from the ashes of war and insurgency are the Afghan Cricket Team who we catch up with trying out for the 2011 World Cup.
A Holme Valley carving business is slowly rising from the ashes after it was burnt down last year.
Council project manager Ray Smith said: "We're really excited at the prospect of new high technology and creative industries rising from the ashes of this former BT site.
So there is something poetic about her dance troupe rising from the ashes of a long legal dispute to keep the flame of its legendary founder burning bright.
Construction boss John King, owner of King's Scaffolding, said last night: ``Liverpool is supposed to be a city rising from the ashes.