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The griffins were in perpetual strife with the Arimaspians, a people of Scythia, who rifled the gold mines for the adornment of their hair.
It then looks sequentially at hygiene products for cleaning and moisturising the skin, adornment products for colouring before looking at anti-aging techniques for rejuvenating the skin and their applications as therapeutics.
Bead and adornment expert Dubin supplements the visual display with a chronicle of the artist's life and business career.
In her new color photograph The Wave, 2005, Miranda Lichtenstein shows us ours: A well-groomed, thirty something white man, seated in a tastefully minimal office, the room's sole adornment a Hokusaiesque print of a crashing wave by Robert Longo.
Still nimble and stately in his signature jumps, eschewing all adornment in favor of a bare-knuckled, stripped-down Gypsy style, he dances with his grandson, Farruquito, the crown prince of the family's dance dynasty.
For reasons only she can possibly know, the sexy Scouser - who celebrated her 22nd birthday yesterday - teamed this strange pelt-like adornment with a visible bra for a visit to Coleen McLoughlin's favourite Liverpool store Cricket on Saturday.
Enhanced throughout with the superb color images of Auckland-based photographer Krzysztof Pfeiffer, Pacific Jewelry And Adornment is the collaborative work of Roger Neich (Curator of Ethnology, Auckland Museum and Professor of Anthropology, University of Auckland) and Fuli Pereira (Curator of the Pacific Collection, Auckland Museum).
The impulse for personal adornment is hard to stamp out.
This would be celebration enough -- for everyone in his right senses loves a fountain -- were it not that this adornment of London's grandest square has been contrived so elegantly by Jeremy Dixon.
Achebe's style, fresh, clear and free of gaudy adornment, is a rebuke of the labored, torturous prose that is, sadly, the trend in much academic writing today.
Special events received extra attention since this clothing provides more insights into African Americans' own choice of adornment and dress than everyday wear.
which until now has been the only major Times Square property without such adornment.
Asserting that the horses "can now be seen to epitomize the inextricable blending of the sacred and the secular that pervades so much of the adornment of San Marco" (110), Jacoff offers a provocative interpretation of one the icons of Western culture and in the process, increases our understanding of the reuse of Roman statuary.
Originally from Holland but based in Australia for at least three decades, Daalder and her husband have been seeking out glorious objects of adornment from numerous cultures--driven by a passion that reaches far beyond simply assembling a collection.
Sun-starved patios or balconies will benefit from the adornment of a schefflera or two.