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The basilica's interior is home to the statue of Our Lady of Tongeren, executed in 1475.
* Aurélia ( 1855 ), his fantasy-ridden interior autobiography — " Our dreams are a second life ," he wrote — which influenced the Surrealists.
The largest work in the Gallery is the entire interior of the Rideau Street Chapel, which formed part of the Convent of Our Lady Sacred Heart, The interior decorations of the Rideau Street Chapel were designed by Georges Couillon in 1887.
In his defining statement of performance theory Bacon writes " Our center is in the interaction between readers and texts which enriches, extends, clarifies, and ( yes ) alters the interior and even the exterior lives of students performers and audiences through the power of texts " ( Literature in Performance, Vol 5 No 1, 1984 ; p. 84 ).
In other parts of the country he designed the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D. C., the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen in Baltimore and the interior of Emmanual Masqueray's Basilica of St Mary in Minneapolis as well as the sacristy and rectory for the Cathedral of St. Paul in Saint Paul.
It is characterized by its doric interior and marble statues of Juan Diego and Fray Juan de Zumárraga, which appear in the altarpiece that originally held the image of Our Lady of Guadalupe.
The Sports Arena was the inspiration for the Yes song, " Our Song ," which was written after their July 30, 1977 performance in which the arena's interior temperature reached.
The interior displays images from the first years of the City and also an image of Our Lady the Virgin of the Rosary, which first arrived at the Rímac Valley, Patron of the city, has deep relation with the Peruvian saints and by its remarkable devotion that was crowned in the year 1927 in a unique event in the religious history of the country.
The temple of Our Lady of the Rosary ( original name of the church of Santo Domingo ) was elevated to the category of basilica in 1930, and in its interior is the Altar of the Peruvian Saints, which is visited annually by thousands of residents of Peru and by many foreigners.

Our and line
Our two ends angled down the field toward the sidelines as a decoy, and I slipped through the strong side of our line straight down the center and past the secondary defense.
The line also gave its name to a John Green ( author ) novel named The Fault in Our Stars.
Our line is broken again.
:" We are got into fairy land, long ere we have reached the last steps of our theory ... Our line is too short to fathom such immense abysses.
Smith went against the party line on the basis that although the country's electoral system had never before explicitly discriminated by colour, the proposal to grant 15 out of the 65 parliamentary seats to Rhodesian blacks was in direct contrast with the principles of the UFP ; he said: " Our policy in the past has always been that we would have a government, in Rhodesia, based on merit and that people wouldn't worry whether you were black or whether you were white.
Some women have argued that the anthem is male-centric ; witness the second line, " Our manhood we pledge to thy liberty ," and the chorus ' images of war, a mostly male occupation.
* Put Up or Shut Up – As Herb exits the lobby in the opening teaser, he sings a bit of " Our Day Will Come "; this was replaced, and his line to Bailey was re-dubbed ( but because said line was misheard, the original " Hi, Bailey " was inadvertently changed to " Hi, babe "!
One of the most common emendations of the play is the Poet's line " Our Poesie Is as a Gowne, which uses From whence ' tis nourisht ," to " our poesy is as a gum, which oozes from whence ' tis nourished " ( originated by Pope and Johnson ).
Hume, however, stopped short when it came to the positive side of the theory, where God was called upon to replace such connections, complaining that ' We are got into fairy land [...] Our line is too short to fathom such immense abysses.
**" A Breathtaking Guy " – from the 1964 album, Where Did Our Love Go – all group members have a lead line on the song ’ s chorus
A comedy was performed at the Elizabethan court in 1567-8 with the title Jack and Jill and the phrase was used twice by Shakespeare: in A Midsummer Night's Dream, which contains the line: " Jack shall have Jill ; Nought shall go ill " ( III: ii: 460-2 ) and in Love's Labour's Lost, which has the lines: " Our wooing doth not end like an old play ; Jack hath not Jill " ( V: ii: 874 – 5 ), suggesting that it was a phase that indicated a romantically attached couple, as in the proverb " A good Jack makes a good Jill ".
Specific references only appear on the intro track " Darkness Our Bride " ( the chant " Agios o Satanas "), and indirectly on the track " Of Mist and Midnight Skies " ( a line about " satanic decree ").
* The poet Fernando Pessoa-known defender of Masonic and Rosicrucian ideals and possible Rosicrucian Initiate, as he states " Initiated from Master to Disciple in the three minor degrees of the ( apparently extinct ) Portuguese Templar Order " ( Rosicrucians seem to have had a deep presence in Portugal, intermixed with Templar tradition, and with evidence in monuments and literature, from medieavel times into the 20th century )-wrote an hermetic poem titled " No Túmulo de Christian Rosenkreutz " the Tomb of C. R. C, which states in the final line / verse: " Our Father Rose-n-creuz knows and keeps silent.
When the frontline reached it at the end of the summer of 1944 he wrote in his diary, " Our hillside happens to lie between the principal line of German retreat along the Via Bolognese and a side road ... We are at the heart of the German rearguard action, and seriously exposed .".
In Crazy Eddie TV commercials, radio personality Jerry Carroll leapt at the camera and jumped around while jabbering at high speed, always ending with the line, " Crazy Eddie: Our prices are insaaaaaane !".
A line of Reagan prior to the opening curtain in Washington, D. C., " You know who is out there tonight, Our Boss-The President.
He crafted his pro-fascistic views in these columns, and also wrote an article in 1928 titled " On the Arrival of Our Duce " to celebrate Jabotinsky's visit to Palestine, and propose a new direction for the Revisionist movement, more in line with Achimeir's views.
She has pursued this line of thought and feeling as well as a member of Feel Tank Chicago and on the way has edited books on Compassion ( 2004 ) and Intimacy ( 2001 ), which won an award for being the best special issue among all journals in the same year from the Academy of American Publishers, and which are interlinked with her work in feminist and queer theory in essays like " Sex in Public " ( Critical Inquiry ( 1999 )), Our Monica, Ourselves: Clinton and the Affairs of State ( with Lisa Duggan, 2001 ) and Venus Inferred ( with photographer Laura Letinsky, 2001 ).
Shaughnessy returned to Days of Our Lives for a limited run in May 2012 as Shane Donovan, in a story line involving his return to the ISA and interacting with Hope and Bo Brady and Stephano DiMera.
It was also decreed in these letters that " grandchildren of the sons of any such Sovereign in the direct male line ... shall have and enjoy in all occasions the style and title enjoyed by the children of Dukes of these Our Realms " ( i. e., Lord or Lady before their Christian name ).
" A clip from " This Island Earth " is also seen on an onscreen TV ; the clip contains the line " Our universe is vast-full of wonders.
Since the forces were too thin to maintain an even battle line, they focused their attention on the four roads that crossed the Our.
On the evening of 15 December, the 26th Volksgrenadier established an outpost line on the west bank of the Our, something they did routinely during the nighttime.

Our and out
Our lifeboat was filling rapidly and despite what I had heard of the inhabitants of Eromonga, I was glad to see a long and graceful outrigger manned by three bronzed girls glide out of a lagoon into the open sea and toward our craft.
`` Our boy didn't chicken out, no sir.
Our readers are familiar with the principles of sonar where sound waves are sent out in water and the echoes then indicate submerged objects.
Our difficulty arises when either viewpoint shuts out the other.
Our hypothetical other bum who killed him would have turned out his pockets.
Our rigging, in general, out of repair, and I am sure it requires no little courage to undertake the management of a fleet furnished with such tools.
Our schools are not turning out young people prepared for the high office and the duties of citizenship in a democratic republic.
Said Greendberg, " Our guys checked ' em out and their reports were not good.
His habit of giving out wares on credit led to the eventual bankrupting of the store, so Baum turned to editing a local newspaper, The Aberdeen Saturday Pioneer, where he wrote a column, Our Landlady.
Our understanding of the phenomenal world is inevitably “ colored ” by the imperfections, or restrictions, of the knowing apparatus, and this is what he set out to describe in the first part of the 1st Critique.
The immediate aftermath of the war in Hollywood avoided the action film and delved into problems experienced by the returning veterans, turning out a number of high quality films that included The Best Years of Our Lives ( 1946 ), Battleground ( 1949 ), Home of the Brave ( 1949 ), Command Decision ( 1948 ), and Twelve O ' Clock High ( 1949 ).
Our missionaries, as they came out to the field, would learn in the college the language in which they were to preach.
He said: " Our job — and we take it seriously — is to ensure that the information that we put out is fair and unbiased in everything that we do ".
Ben-Gurion published two volumes setting out his views on relations between Zionists and the Arab world: We and Our Neighbors, published in 1931, and My Meetings with Arab Leaders published in 1967.
In one of the rare translated texts of this German grown school of hermeneutics its founders declared: " Our approach has grown out of the empirical study of family interactions as well
He is syncretised with the Catholic figures of St. Patrick who drove snakes out of Ireland, Christ the Redeemer, Our Lady of Mercy, and, sometimes, with Moses whose staff turned into a serpent.
Our comfort index, which is based on humidity during the hot months, is a 29 out of 100, where higher is more comfortable.
Our troup went after this prize and came out victorious.
Our comfort index, which is based on humidity during the hot months, is a 54 out of 100, where higher is more comfortable.
Our feet are all blistered and swollen, and we have had scarcely anything to eat -- what with hunger, thirst, mud, rain, marching, fighting, dust, etc., etc., we are perfectly worn out.
* The Basilica of Our Lady of Candelaria ( in Candelaria ): The place where the image of the Virgin of Candelaria ( saint patron of the Canary Islands ) can be found, this sanctuary is built in neoclassical style, and is visited daily by the parishioners, who visit the Villa Mariana out of devotion to the Virgin.
Broadway recently celebrated " Broadway Our Way " in April 2009, which turned out to be a great success, so much so that future " Broadway Our Ways " are being planned.
Formally named The King's College of Our Lady and Saint Nicholas in Cambridge, the college lies on the River Cam and faces out onto King's Parade in the centre of the city.

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