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  1. Around and inside the citadel, being the oldest part of Ankara, contains many, fine ,examples of traditional architecture. There are also recreational areas to
  2. Originally received the Moon broadcast. After describing the surface dust as ", fine ,and almost like a powder ", six and a half hours after landing. Armstrong said
  3. And clarity. Ancient Egyptian artisans used stone to carve statues and, fine ,reliefs, but used wood as a cheap and easily carved substitute. Paints were
  4. Contrails of heavy commercial airliner traffic. Aerosol effects Aerosols (very, fine ,particles/droplets in the atmosphere) have both direct and indirect effects on
  5. 29.4 million for illegal rebating to freight carriers; the conviction and, fine ,are later reversed on appeal. *1913 – A major labor dispute, known as the
  6. A modern discovery of a chamber into which they were gathered has yielded the, fine ,ivory carvings and the glazed figures and tiles that show the splendid work of
  7. Reported that they needed to plan their movements six or seven steps ahead. The, fine ,soil was quite slippery. Aldrin remarked that moving from sunlight into Eagles
  8. On some parts of the plateau. During the summers, frequent dust storms blow a, fine ,yellow powder across the plateau. Locusts occasionally ravage the eastern area
  9. The mushroom anchor is suitable where the seabed is composed of silt or, fine ,sand. It was invented by Robert Stevenson, for use by an 82 ton converted
  10. Ah yes, that is correct my initials do appear to be the same as such a, fine ,delicacy, a good English creation ". A more obvious influence on the early
  11. Sharply criticized Article 20 of the Census law, according to which a $1,000, fine , will be imposed on anyone who will declare an ethnicity other than what was
  12. Applied art. Some art followers have argued that the difference between, fine ,art and applied art has more to do with value judgments made about the art than
  13. To which the name" Abrasax-stones" has long been given. One particularly, fine ,example was included as part of the Stretford treasure from fourth century
  14. 1370. During the Ghazvanid, Ghurid, and Timurid eras, Afghanistan produced many, fine ,Islamic architectural monuments as well as numerous scientific and literary
  15. In which skill comes by study or practice::: * One who cultivates one of the, fine ,arts – traditionally the arts presided over by the muses A definition of Artist
  16. From those affected) the right to pursue the case and collect the resulting, fine , thus fitting it into an essentially private system. " Since squatters had no
  17. With the Academies in Europe (second half of 16th century) the gap between, fine ,and applied arts was definitely set. Many contemporary definitions of" artist
  18. To a friend," For me the most beautiful thing is to be in contact with a few, fine ,Jews—a few millennia of a civilized past do mean something after all. " In
  19. Introduces the word as a term used by" barbarous" ( Moorish) authors for ", fine ,powder ":: the barbarous actors use alcohol, or (as I fine it sometimes
  20. Region was considered a fertile area, and the Namibians were known for their, fine ,cavalry. The indigenous peoples of northern Africa are a distinct native
  21. Diplodocid snouts showed that the square snout, large proportion of pits, and, fine , subparallel scratches in Apatosaurus suggests it was a ground-height
  22. Alcohol is, re-introduced from western usage. Was the name given to the very, fine ,powder, produced by the sublimation of the natural mineral stibnite to form
  23. Only be detected but corrected as well. Advantages The main advantage is the, fine ,definition of the analog signal which has the potential for an infinite amount
  24. Largest opencast amethyst vein in the world is in Nassau, Lower Austria. Much, fine ,amethyst comes from Russia, especially from near Nursing in the Yekaterinburg
  25. And the mosque itself is of Ankara stone (red porphyry),an example of very, fine ,workmanship. Yen Came is on Ulucanlar Avenue. * Located Mosque, the largest
  26. Movements. Artistic revolution and cultural/political revolutions The role of, fine ,art has been to simultaneously express values of the current culture while also
  27. Designs on white or light gray backgrounds. Decoration is characterized by, fine ,hatching, and contrasting colors are produced by the use of mineral-based paint
  28. Made about the art than any clear definitional difference. However, even, fine , art often has goals beyond pure creativity and self-expression. The purpose of
  29. And more recent sense of the word art is as an abbreviation for creative art or, fine ,art and emerged in the early 17th century. Fine art means that a skill is being
  30. Probably Armenian. It encloses a mass of ruins conspicuous in which are a, fine ,triumphal arch, the colonnades of two streets, a gymnasium, etc. A stadium and
  31. Close examination of the spectral lines reveals that some display a, fine ,structure splitting. This occurs because of spin-orbit coupling, which is an
  32. Among" artist" and" technician "," entertainer" and" artisan ",", fine ,art" and" applied art ", or what constitutes art and what does not. The
  33. A commercial or industrial way, it will be considered commercial art instead of, fine ,art. On the other hand, crafts and design are sometimes considered applied art.
  34. The site is not equalled in Militia, and it is worthwhile to trace the three, fine ,aqueducts to their sources. A visit in December 2002 showed that the three
  35. Of truth generally stating that everything is true, under penalty of perjury, fine , or imprisonment; * an attestation clause, usually a Surat, at the end
  36. Auctours use alcohol, or (as I fine it sometimes wry ten) alcohol, for most, fine ,pure. William Johnson in his 1657 Lexicon Chemical glosses the word as
  37. To George Orwell, author of Nineteen Eighty-Four, congratulating him on" how, fine ,and how profoundly important the book is ". In his letter to Orwell, he
  38. They mostly have a white, silky,medium to long length coat, no undercoat and a, fine ,bone structure. There seems to be a connection between the Angora Cats and
  39. Films premiered in gay porn theaters. The first works that he submitted to a, fine ,art gallery, homoerotic drawings of male nudes, were rejected for being too
  40. 29, 1832,at a half hour past midnight. Bronson described her as" a very, fine ,healthful child, much more so than Anna was at birth. " The Germantown school
  41. First, so gravel will be on the bottom, sand above, silt above that and very, fine ,clay and organic matter will stay in suspension for days. After the water has
  42. Its translucency and luster. The purest alabaster is a snow-white material of, fine ,tiniforni grain, but it is often associated with an oxide of iron, which
  43. Underwater. Any breach of these laws is a criminal offense and can lead to, fine ,of up to £5,000 or six months in prison. The demand for orders is such that
  44. And politics; by poetical science, he means the study of poetry and the other, fine ,arts; by theoretical science, he means physics, mathematics and metaphysics. If
  45. The Opera House on ALAT Pass Boulevard, in the Plus district. There is a, fine ,collection of folkloric as well as Seljuk- and Ottoman-era artifacts. * Museum
  46. 6,1831,but lived only a few minutes. The mother recorded:" Gave birth to a, fine ,boy full-grown perfectly formed but not living ". It was in Germantown that the
  47. Most often, the term describes those who create within a context of the, fine ,arts or 'high culture ', activities such as drawing, painting,sculpture
  48. Stage when they are not yet capable of producing vocal speech, which requires, fine ,control of both breathing and the vocal tract. The ability of a child to
  49. Roads and ditches hewn in the rock; but beyond ruins of two churches and a, fine ,tower built by Thorns I. There are no notable structures in the upper town. For
  50. Day an early almost animistic idea that the statues are in some sense alive. A, fine ,example is the statue of the Sacred gate Hours which was found at the cemetery

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