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  • .../magazine/09pixelated.html?_r=1&ref=magazine&oref=slogin Pixelated Stained Glass]. ''The New York Times'', 2007-12-09 retrieved July 29, 2008. </ref> ...dows above. The clerestory windows are tall and retain some old figurative glass in the lower sections. The whole is united by the tall shafts which sweep u
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  • ...etts.JPG|right|thumb|170px|''David's Charge to Solomon'' (1882), a stained-glass window by [[Edward Burne-Jones]] and William Morris in [[Trinity Church, Bo .... The company encouraged the revival of traditional crafts such as stained glass painting; Morris himself single-handedly recreated the art of tapestry weav
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  • ...on University''' is a [[private university|private]] [[coeducation]]al [[research university]] located in [[Princeton, New Jersey|Princeton]], [[New Jersey]] ...s and Ph.D. programs in a range of subjects. Among many others, areas of research include [[anthropology]], [[geophysics]], [[entomology]], and [[robotics]],
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  • [[Image:Venn-stainedglass-gonville-caius.jpg|thumb|100px|right|Stained glass window in the dining hall of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge]] A stained glass window representing a Venn diagram in Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge
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  • ...]] window depicting them.<ref>Stained glass windows [ mym's Photostream at]'. Retrie ...1507606.stm BBC News] – the unearthing of the fourteenth century stained glass window identified with Lady Godiva.
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  • Development ...he Glass Church Jersey.jpg|thumb|right|200px|Lalique [[altarpiece]] in the Glass Church, St Lawrence.]]
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  • ...t. <!-- was: --> ...eventh-century cathedral in Chartres, France. One of its beautiful stained-glass windows portrays the expulsion of Adam and Eve from the Garden of Eden at t
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  • ...unior College]]. It can also be found as part of a [[Stained glass|stained-glass window]] in [[St. Andrew's Cathedral, Singapore]]. The motto of the Raffles * Chandler, David P. and David J. Steinberg. ''In Search of Southeast Asia: A Modern History''. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press
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  • ...rd; large flat areas of color often with dark outlines, not unlike stained glass, as in ''Les Alyscamps'', 1888 (oil on canvas). ...ault]], a religious painter, of Christs and clowns, 1871-1958, and stained glass, kept the vision of his beloved capital alive, telling us, "Painting, we do
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  • ...ellectual, novelist, essayist and critic, best known as the author of ''In Search of Lost Time'' (''À la recherche du temps perdu,'' also translated previou ...responds with the consolidation of the French Third Republic. Much of ''In Search of Lost Time'' concerns the vast changes, most particularly the decline of
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  • ... technology have broadened the range of materials. Materials now include [[glass]] and [[sand]], [[aluminum]], [[polymer]]s and many synthetic materials lik ...machine parts, and hardware in many of his sculptures as well as [[stained glass]]. [[Pablo Picasso]] used bicycle handlebars as bulls' horns. Marcel Ducham
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  • The tip-off led to a search of the vaults beneath the House of Lords, including the undercroft, during [[The Houses of Parliament]] are still searched by the [[Yeomen]] of the Guard before the State Opening, which since 1928
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  • ...ense of wonder of that which is created, meditation on the mystery and the search for Truth. This wonderful freedom is like a foretaste of the freedom of Hea *''Un vitrail et des oiseaux'' ("Stained-glass Window and Birds"), piano solo, brass, wind and percussion (1986)
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  • ...ions on [[church]] bulletins, book illustrations, ecclesiastical [[stained glass]], and wall decorations. ...ters of Edward Darley Boit'' (1882) <small>[ Boston Museum of Fine Art]</small>
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  • ...nd Canterbury also include artistic renditions in such elements as stained glass windows and door jamb decorations.<ref>Vickie Byrd (ed.), ''Queen of Sheba: A team of researchers funded by the American Foundation for the Study of Man (AFSM) and led by
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  • ...ted to the discovery of Wisdom and the transmission of Learning, through research and through undergraduate, graduate and professional education of the highe ...eges 2009, [ National Universities Rankings,] ''U.S. News and
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  • ... In this light, the art covering Cathedral walls and the beautiful stained glass images of cathedral windows served a higher purpose of illuminating divine ...=search++(topicWord+%5C%5B5%3D100%5C%5D+%7B+ars+moriendi+%7D+)+resultsetid+SearchResults&recno=1&sorttype1=attr&sortfield1=istcnum ISTC.] Retrieved November
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  • ...y Cecilia herself before her martyrdom. However, according to De Rossi's researches, the property belonged most likely to the family of Cecilia and passed in ...[Lombards]]. In a vision, he saw Cecilia, who exhorted him to continue his search. Soon the body of the martyr, draped in costly material of gold brocade and
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  • ...ekeland]], a Belgian-born American living in New York state, was a chemist searching for insulating shellac to coat wires in electric motors and generators. ... chemist [[Wallace Carothers]]. Carothers had been hired to perform pure research, and not only investigated new materials but also worked to understand thei
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  • ...nuclear weapon]]s. Both uses rely on the ability of uranium to produce a sustained [[nuclear chain reaction]]. [[Depleted uranium]] (uranium-238) is used in [ in nuclear technology, uranium has been used as a colorant in [[uranium glass]], producing orange-red through lemon yellow hues. It was also used for tin
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