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Visitors expressed their amazement at the quality and diversity of products that were readily available in the area.
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Visitors and federal employees at the Ariel Rios Federal Building have expressed concerns about the appropriateness of six of these murals, including complaints that the murals stereotype Native Americans and that they contain images that are inappropriate for the workplace.
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Visitors flocked to see it, and The Sydney Morning Herald said that it prompted many people to speak out about their " bunyip sightings ".
Visitors can see the various stages of trout development prior to their release in the mountain streams.
Visitors can peek inside port windows and see mannequins of Edison and Eiffel ( and Eiffel's daughter, posed with the phonograph ), the tableau commemorating their fabled meeting of September 10, 1899 in which, over cigars and cognac, they discussed possible joint projects and their participation in Jules Verne's " smoking club " for avowed futurists, dubbed Plus Ultra.
Visitors, depending on their ranks, would have to prostrate themselves, bow to, kneel in front of, or kiss the king.
Visitors first went to the Building Research Pavilion, which displayed housing problems and their solutions, then to the Town Planning Pavilion, a large, red-and-white striped tent.
Lowell Observatory hosts 85, 000 visitors per year at their Steele Visitors Center who take guided daytime tours and view various wonders of the night sky through the Clark Telescope and other telescopes.
The exhibit offers psychedelic-themed interactive experiences: Visitors can, with a wave of their arm, spark fluorescent displays of jellies and corals ; create a digital jellyfish and launch it into a virtual ocean with creations made by other visitors ; prompt digital jellies to “ dance ” with them ; and become part of a kaleidoscopic image.
Visitors to Merton are often told Mob Quad, built in the 14th century, is the oldest quadrangle of any Oxford or Cambridge college and set the pattern for future collegiate architecture, but Front Quad was certainly enclosed earlier ( albeit with a less unified design ) and other colleges, for example Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, can point to their own older examples.
The Visitors, using their own authority, elected Fellows between 1648 and October 1652, when without reference to the Commissioners, John Washbourne was chosen ; the autonomy of the College in this respect seems to have been restored.
Only once more did they use their old name, in the 1963 telecast of Gian Carlo Menotti's written-for television opera, Amahl and the Night Visitors, with an all-new cast.
Visitors hiking into the backcountry off established trails should never go alone, and should inform other people of their plans.
The story remains a Nazi allegory, including the Swastika-like emblem used by the Visitors and their SS-like uniforms.
Where the Nazis primarily persecuted Jews, the Visitors were likewise depicted to persecute scientists, their families and anyone associating with them and distribute propaganda in an effort to hide their true identity.
Visitors are no longer allowed to dig out their own sands, and signs on the beach warn tourists not to climb the cliffs because of the danger of landslides.
Visitors to the festival are invited to sample exotic cuisine and celebrate the cultural and ethnic heritage of people from dozens of countries who have made Winnipeg their home.
Visitors cannot land without permission or remove or disturb any wildlife and must leave only their footprints.
Visitors to Brook Farm came frequently, totaling an estimated 1, 150 each year, though each was charged for their visit.
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In 2001 a Board of Visitors report condemned sanitation at Dartmoor as well as highlighting a list of urgent repairs needed at the prison.
Historian Isabelle Dervaux has described the reception this painting received when it was first exhibited at the official Paris Salon of 1874: " Visitors and critics found its subject baffling, its composition incoherent, and its execution sketchy.
Visitors to the site in December 1954 reported being deeply shocked by the conditions and the constant screams from the cell-block still in use for convicts who had gone insane and which had only tiny ventilation slots at the tops of the walls under the roof.
Visitors may take the Voyageur II and land at Rock Harbor and depart from Windigo several days later or vice versa.
Visitors to Kangaroo Island, South Australia, have the nightly opportunity to commune with penguins at the Kangaroo Island Marine Centre in Kingscote and at the Penneshaw Penguin Centre.
The event was recently adopted as an annual celebration by the City of Saratoga Springs as part of the Heritage Program at the city's Visitors Center.
Visitors to the Houses of Parliament at the Palace of Westminster in London will notice a plaque in the middle of the floor of Westminster Hall commemorating More's trial for treason and condemnation to execution in that original part of the Palace.
In the 1990s, Hillary Rodham Clinton — at the suggestion of Visitors Office Director Melinda N. Bates — approved the addition of a ramp in the East Wing corridor.
Visitors at Hawarden in October were " shocked ... by some rather wild language on the Dock labourers question ".
** On the other hand, in the Crusade episode Visitors From Down the Street, Captain Matthew Gideon would launch a full spread of modified probes ( uploaded with considerable information about Earth and other Interstellar Alliance worlds, and about certain recent events which had transpired aboard the EAS Excalibur ) at a pre-hyperspace planet where Humans had been cast ( by the local government ) in a role reminiscent of the Grey Aliens in our culture, in order to expose the locals to the truth.
Visitors can also have a different spot at the Airport Core Programme Exhibition Centre located about 2 km north of the Bridge.
Visitors can shop at stalls selling a range of produce, many stalls offering food to eat there or take away and many offering fruit, clothes, books and gifts.
Visitors come in order to walk in the Mourne Mountains, made famous by the song by Percy French, to play golf at Royal County Down ( venue for the 2007 Walker Cup ), or to just stroll up the prom and relax on the beach.