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* A bust and plaque located at his last residence, in New York City at 309 W. 57th Street, inscribed: " The Great Hungarian Composer / Béla Bartók / ( 1881 – 1945 ) / Made His Home In This House / During the Last Year of His Life ".
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As in Classical architecture, in Gothic architecture, too, an aedicule or tabernacle frame is a structural framing device that gives importance to its contents, whether an inscribed plaque, a cult object, a bust or the like, by assuming the tectonic vocabulary of a little building that sets it apart from the wall against which it is placed.
Paramount wanted $ 40, 000 for a license to reproduce a bust of Kirk, but the city instead set a plaque and built a replica of the Enterprise ( named the " USS Riverside "), and the Riverside Area Community Club holds an annual " Trek Fest " in anticipation of Kirk's birthday.
In 1894, an iron fence was built around the boulder, supplemented by a bust of Hamilton and a plaque.
The plaque was stolen by vandals in the 1980s, and an abbreviated version of the text was inscribed on the indentation left in the boulder, which remained until the 1990s, when a granite pedestal was added in front of the boulder, and the bust was moved to the top of the pedestal.
Vergil's family home in Urbino ( now a property of the University of Urbino ) is marked by a plaque ; and there is also a bust of him in the city, unveiled in 2000.
* 1992: Three-part ensemble, with bronze bust, text plaque and calculating table set into the surface of the road on Michaelisstraße 48
In 1994 former President Soares dedicated a bust of Sousa Mendes in Bordeaux, along with a commemorative plaque at 14 quai Louis-XVIII, the address at which the consulate at Bordeaux had been housed.
The plaque features Chapman's bust framed by a baseball diamond and flanked by two bats, one of them draped with a fielder's mitt.
A Bust ( sculpture ) | bust of the composer can be seen on the lower left above a commemorative plaque.
In December 2009, a bust ( Sculpture ) of Santiago and a plaque were added to honor his music legacy.
A bust and plaque in front of the education center at Bear Butte State Park honor Fools Crow ’ s efforts.
The statue of Donald Mackay itself is a white marble bust with a plaque inscribed with " All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.
Dennis is also commemorated with a plaque on Circular Quay in Sydney which forms part of the NSW Ministry for the Arts-Writers Walk series, and by a bust outside the town hall of the town of Laura.
A bust of Thouret and dedication plaque can also be seen in Rue Thouret, Rouen, a street named in his honour.
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Some information is known about the family origins of Amasis: his mother was a certain Tashereniset as a bust statue of this lady, which is today located in the British Museum, shows.
* A bust of him is located in in the front yard of Ankara State Conservatory, Ankara, Turkey right next to the bust of Ahmet Adnan Saygun.
The discount retailer named Job Lot used to be located at the World Trade Center but moved to Church Street ; merchants bought extra unsold items at steep prices and sold them as a discount to consumers and shoppers included " thrifty homemakers and browsing retirees " who " rubbed elbows with City Hall workers and Wall Street executives "; but the firm went bust in 1993.
Currently located in the center of the Plaza de la Merced, looking towards the church of San Andrés is a bust of the poet Rubén Darío, sculptor Santiago de Santiago, which was donated by the Nicaragua government to the city in 1973. Letters related to the bust are also found in the Promenade Lounge, the famous poet José Rodas was first installed in 1927 in the plaza of the gardens, and moved to its present site in 1960 by the segovian sculptor Aniceto Marinas.
Other sculptures in the city are devoted to medical Andrés Laguna made by the segovian Florentino Trapero and marina located in Plaza de los Huertos, the bust of Lope de la Calle Martín, president of the Provincial council that made Emiliano Barral and can be seen in the square of San Facundo or the monument " El Favorito ", by Toribio García de Andrés in the early of 20th century.
A bust of Dr. Bunche is located at the entrance to Bunche Hall at UCLA, in front of the Franklin Murphy Sculpture Garden.
* Nickel: The mintmark was located near the rim of the obverse side, clockwise from the date from 1968 to 2005, to the right of Thomas Jefferson's bust.
In 2006, Lt-Col Butler was honoured by the Canadian Government with a life-sized bronze bust located at the Valiants Memorial in Ottawa.
The king Ibbit-Lim ( ca 2000 BC ) of Ebla in Syria is represented in a fragmentary basalt bust found in 1968, located now at the Museum in Aleppo, where most of the findings from Ebla are kept.
The Bournville Friends Meeting House is located on Linden Road, and features a bust of George Cadbury by Francis Wood, installed in 1924.
The picturesque parks “ Daniel Hernandez ”, with the bust in marble of the great educator, and “ San Martín ”, with a monument erected celebrating the centennial of the city of Nueva San Salvador, are located in Santa Tecla.
A bronze busts honoring Ward and seven other industry magnates stand between the Chicago River and the Merchandise Mart in downtown Chicago, Illinois and a smaller version of that portrait bust is located in Grant Park.
A monument by Detroit sculptor Carlo Romanelli, consisting of a bronze bust of Alger mounted on a stone pedestal, is located on the grounds of the William G. Mather Building in Munising, Michigan.
In 2005, Rangers ' chairman Sir David Murray unveiled a bronze bust of Bill Struth, located in the Main Stand at Ibrox, now known as the " Bill Struth Main Stand " in honour of his contribution to Rangers Football Club.
A bust of Catherine Bauer Wurster is located in the Environmental Design Library in Wurster Hall at UC Berkeley.
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A bust of Emperor Constantius II from Syria. Ammianus was born between 325 and 330 in the Greek-speaking East, possibly at Antioch on the Orontes.
In 1802, at the personal request of Napoleon, Canova returned to Paris to model a bust of the first consul.
The Gulf News published on 30 November 2011, saying " This is the biggest drug bust of its kind in 2011 and the second big one in the last three years worldwide ," said Dr. Wadia Maalouf, International expert at the United Nation's Drug and Crime office.
In 1990 Alston's bust of Martin Luther King, Jr. became the first image of an African American displayed at the White House.
The Roman bronze bust, the so-called Pseudo-Seneca, of the late first century BC found at Herculaneum is now thought not to be of Seneca the Younger.
* 2005 – Mayerthorpe Incident: James Roszko murders four Royal Canadian Mounted Police constables during a drug bust at his property in Rochfort Bridge, Alberta, then commits suicide.
In 2008, a bronze bust of Szabo by sculptor Karen Newman was unveiled at the Albert Embankment of the River Thames, opposite Lambeth Palace.
The statue remained in a yard for old Soviet memorials at the Central House of Artists, although a smaller bust of Dzerzhinsky in the courtyard of the Moscow police headquarters at Petrovka 38 was restored in November 2005 ( this bust had been removed by the police officers on 22 August 1991 ).
He was buried on 29 December at Kensal Green Cemetery, and a memorial bust sculpted by Marochetti can be found in Westminster Abbey.
Zenobia Antoninianus coin reporting her title, Augusta ( honorific ) | Augusta and showing her diademed and draped bust on a crescent with the reverse showing a standing figure of Juno ( mythology ) | Ivno Regina, holding a patera in her right hand, a sceptre in her left, a peacock at her feet, and a brilliant star to the right
A Bust ( sculpture ) | bust of Thoreau from the Hall of Fame for Great Americans at the Bronx Community College
Ironically, Burton got along well with Churchill when he met him at a play in London, and kept a bust of him on his mantelpiece.
A scholarship in memory of Novello was established at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, and in 1952 a bronze bust of him by Clemence Dane was unveiled at Drury Lane.
Twiggy, who stood at 5 ' 6 " with a 32 " bust and had boy's haircut, is credited with changing model ideals.