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They reincarnated the figures of human beings banished from his canvases since the 1920's.
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They appear in later chapters to help pacify an angry Golduck ghost, and are reincarnated in the final volume.
They and figures
They said they had then cut out the cardboard figures and supported them with hatpins, disposing of their props in the beck once the photograph had been taken.
They are all stories with a plot and characters who are either deities, human-like figures, or animals, who often speak and transform easily.
They expanded the range of geometry to many new kinds of figures, curves, surfaces, and solids ; they changed its methodology from trial-and-error to logical deduction ; they recognized that geometry studies " eternal forms ", or abstractions, of which physical objects are only approximations ; and they developed the idea of the " axiomatic method ", still in use today.
They include Presidents John Adams, John Quincy Adams, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, and many other well known figures in American history.
They cite parallels with figures such as the Kentish totemic horse-gods Hengest and Horsa, who later became historicised.
They may be obtained by stellating the regular convex dodecahedron and icosahedron, and differ from these in having regular pentagrammic faces or vertex figures.
They produced very little sculpture in the round, except for colossal guardian figures, often the human-headed lamassu, which are sculpted in high relief on two sides of a rectangular block, with the heads effectively in the round ( and also five legs, so that both views seem complete ).
They are adorned with allegorical figures of the times of day ( Night & Day on Giuliano's side and Dusk & Dawn on Lorenzo's side.
They are, in my opinion, the most outstanding figures ( among the youngest ones ), and the following must be borne in mind about them: Bukharin is not only a most valuable and major theorist of the Party ; he is also rightly considered the favourite of the whole Party, but his theoretical views can be classified as fully Marxist only with great reserve, for there is something scholastic about him ( he has never made a study of the dialectics, and, I think, never fully understood it )...
They feature excellent VHF and UHF performance plus low noise figures, and were widely used throughout the 1960s in television sets ( beginning with RCA's " New Vista " line of color sets in 1961 with the CTC-11 chassis ) and radio equipment and high-fidelity equipment, primarily in RF sections.
They can be specified as statements in natural language, as drawn figures, as detailed mathematical formulas, and as a combination of them all.
They had authority figures demand that participants deliver what they thought was an electric shock to another researcher.
They chose to juxtapose Abraham Lincoln's inaugural address with that of Confederate president Jefferson Davis ; they debated removing Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall and labor-leader César Chávez and rejected calls to include more Hispanic figures, in spite of the high Hispanic population in the state.
They reported that the homosexual men in the set were more likely to report seeing buttocks, anuses or sexually ambiguous figures in the inkblots.
They did, however, argue Bacque's casualty figures are far too high, and that policy was set by Allied politicians, not by Eisenhower.
They are cast with complex patterned and zoomorphic decoration, but avoid the human figure, unlike the huge figures only recently discovered at Sanxingdui.
They were magical figures and columns erected in public places, meant to protect the cities from afflictions.
They include prominent Palestinian figures, members of European Parliament and the Israeli group Gush Shalom.
They also pointed out that the rise of this industry meant that artistic excellence was displaced by sales figures as a measure of worth: a novel, for example, was judged meritorious solely on whether it was a best-seller, music succumbed to ratings charts and the blunt commercial logic of the Gold disc.
They were in contact with such celebrated cultural figures as the Brothers Grimm, Clemens Brentano and Friedrich Schlegel.
They and human
Biological anthropologists are interested in both human variation and in the possibility of human universals ( behaviors, ideas or concepts shared by virtually all human cultures ) They use many different methods of study, but modern population genetics, participant observation and other techniques often take anthropologists " into the field ," which means traveling to a community in its own setting, to do something called " fieldwork.
But humans can do something equally useful, in the case of certain enumerably infinite sets: They can give explicit instructions for determining the nth member of the set, for arbitrary finite n. Such instructions are to be given quite explicitly, in a form in which they could be followed by a computing machine, or by a human who is capable of carrying out only very elementary operations on symbols.
They are used as an insoluble heavy additive to oil well drilling fluid, and in purer form, as X-ray radiocontrast agents for imaging the human gastrointestinal tract.
They stated that the pre-and post-Madrid versions of Chapter 8 were equally cautious in their statements ; that roughly 20 % of Chapter 8 is devoted to the discussion of uncertainties in estimates of natural climate variability and the expected signal due to human activities ; and that both versions of the chapter reached the same conclusion: " Taken together, these results point towards a human influence on climate.
It is recorded about the natives of the captaincy of Sergipe in Brazil: " They eat human flesh when they can get it, and if a woman miscarries devour the abortive immediately.
They ask for Uribe's government to change this position and make serious efforts towards improving the human rights situation inside the country, protecting civilians and reducing any abuses committed by the armed forces.
They are said by some to reflect how the unified consciousness of humanity ( the immortal human being or the soul ), is divided to manage different aspects of earthly life ( body / instinct / vital energy / deeper emotions / communication / having an overview of life / contact to God ).
" They have heavy shaded rooms and provide room service of human " snacks " ( with blood type and sexuality ) for their vampire clientele.
They believe he is the Son of Man, in that he inherited human nature ( with its inclination to sin ) from his mother, and the Son of God by virtue of his miraculous conception by the power of God.
They believe that the word devil is a reference in the scriptures to sin and human nature in opposition to God, while the word satan is merely a reference to an adversary ( be it good or bad ).
They discovered a greater amount of cultural diversity than they had ever imagined, and the question arose of how this vast amount of human cultural diversity could be compatible with the biblical account of Noah's descendants.
They recognize individuals who have contributed to human evolution by self-selecting themselves out of the gene pool through putting themselves ( unnecessarily ) in life-threatening situations.
They outnumbered men in such occupations as public relations managers ; financial managers ; and human resource managers.
They view the ecumenical councils as misguided human attempts to establish doctrine, and as attempts to divine dogmas by debate rather than by revelation.
They firmly believe that exposure of all citizens to the development of thought by those most responsible for the evolution of the Western tradition is integral to the survival of the freedoms, human rights and responsibilities inherent to a true Democracy.
They usually seek, in contrast, to preserve the integrity of existing ecologies and ecoregions, and in general are more pessimistic about human “ management ”.
They could have co-existed in Europe for as long as 10, 000 years, during which human populations exploded vastly outnumbering Neanderthals, possibly outcompeting them by sheer numerical strength.
They argue that when most of the Oldowan tools were found in association with human fossils, Homo was always present, but Paranthropus was not.