He concluded that the lint was actually directed by the type of hair found in the belly button and mostly came from the shirt or T-shirt he was wearing that day. He works with cardboard and glazed paper, making ever more elaborate, often life-sized models of rooms or landscapes. On Saturday, elaborate altars lined the streets, paintings hung from underneath a tent and impeccably painted lowriders stood along the avenue. Many concerts showcased elaborate lighting and individualised screens reminiscent of U2's Elevation Tour and Nine Inch Nails' Fragility Tour. When the Big Temple in Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu was built, there were elaborate measures taken to provide lighting for the temple. Since the late 16th century, large polder areas are preserved through elaborate drainage systems that include dikes, canals and pumping stations.
In India, the most colourful and elaborate celebrations take part in Bengal, where huge idols of the goddess are worshipped. It seems inevitable that after the elaborate opening service, the tower will still be known as Big Ben. The superfirms tend to become elaborate bureaucracies, with special patterns of recruitment, in-service training, and so on. This is manifested in the elaborate defensive works of banks and ditches erected to fortify dominating hilltops. The Weddell seal has perhaps the most elaborate vocal repertoire with separate sounds for airborne and underwater contexts.
The interiors of churches were often more elaborate before the Reformation, with highly decorated sacrament houses, like the ones surviving at Deskford and Kinkell. Competition among members and between clubs, demonstrating everything from single shells to elaborate displays choreographed to music, are held. Mechanical pencils have more elaborate casings which are not permanently bonded to the core. Often, are meant to advance our understanding of the world, providing us with irreplaceable tools to solve our daily problems. Recruits need do nothing more elaborate than trestle, single-lock, and double-lock bridges and barrel-pier rafts, but they should go through a prolonged course of pontooning.
A new royal barge, emblazoned in silver and gold and with elaborate wainscoting, was commissioned, and trimmed with the king and queen's regalia. Many mosques have elaborate domes, minarets, and prayer halls, in varying styles of architecture. After all, we have digestive systems accustomed to processing foods far more elaborate than blood. Emphasizing knowledge of the Fa among the people, he proposed an elaborate system for its distribution to allow them to hold ministers to it. However, it was reliably learnt that elaborate efforts were made to refloat the submarine. In the remaining works, the interplay of rectangles and squares is more elaborate.
Show More Sentences These males cluster around females and try to attract them with elaborate courtship displays and vocalizations. The version in Heimskringla is the most elaborate, but also the latest, and introduces elements to the story that are not found in earlier sources. On Sunday the crossword is hard and with more than over 140 questions for you to solve. Courtship displays include touching bills and following one another in elaborate flight patterns. A board fastened to your feet enables jumps and elaborate tricks to be carried out.
Sponging, rag-rolling and verdigris are some of the more popular faux finishes, but elaborate techniques such as wood-graining and marbleizing also are catching on. Kashmiri Pandit food is elaborate, and an important part of the Pandits' ethnic identity. They have a wide discus, a narrow shoulder and no handle, elaborate imagery and artistic finishing, and a wide range of patterns of decoration. Show More Sentences Try the sliders stuffed with soft belly, wraps, spring rolls, elaborate salads, rabbit pie and lamingtons. In one corner of the room she had drawn an incredibly elaborate painting with rangoli powder of the Flautist and herself dancing the raas on the banks of the Jamuna. There were the same elaborate poet bows on silken shirts and loose-fitting suits with contrast piping, nods to androgyny for both men and women. The parade is a riot of elaborate costumes and clothing with many of the get-ups real works of art.
Show More Sentences The work is done purely by hand, and through a series of 10 whetstones, the blade is filed down, sharpened, and finished with an elaborate wavy pattern. And literary decorum, to elaborate, is almost the opposite of what decorum means in real life, which means etiquette basically. Rococo art was even more elaborate than the Baroque, but it was less serious and more playful. The majority of this album is built up around similar ambiences as the trio elaborate poignant melodies and impressive arrangements, complete with guitars, strings and horns. I think the real problem here is not that we aren't using the word elaborate correctly. Being premillenialists, however, they were not Biblical literalists and had no problem constructing elaborate symbologies from, for example, the book of Daniel. Hitchcock loved to tell stories, elaborate, complicated rough drafts for movies he would never make.
Hopelessly naive, Velma quickly learns to play the game, concocting ever more elaborate lies to fan the flames of her notoriety. Canon law wasn't just a body of rules and regulations governing members of the church, but rather an elaborate code of ethics shaping family life and marriage. Some of the best clues come from tumuli, elaborate artifacts, votive offerings and rock carvings scattered across Northern Europe. The development of a common style of Insular art across Great Britain and Ireland influenced elaborate jewellery and illuminated manuscripts like the Book of Kells. The latest acquisitions, part of an elaborate water clock designed around the 12 signs of the Chinese zodiac, would fit right in. Holbein portrays the merchant Georg Gisze among elaborate symbols of science and wealth that evoke the sitter's personal iconography.
During the ritual ceremonies and dances, Hopi men wear elaborate costumes that include special headdresses, masks, and body paints. The commission attempted to elaborate on the legal side of reunification. Choose a recipe like a traybake or sandwich cake which is easy to do and will give you confidence, then move on to more elaborate cakes. The best or worst part? Thousands of e-mail users have wiped a legitimate Windows file from their computers in the past week following an elaborate hoax virus alert. Show More Sentences Elaborate dishes are not their style, certainly not in the kitchen where their approach favours speedy fry-ups and fast salads. East Cowes Castle was notable for its Gothic towers and turrets, and elaborate castellation. Does it really make you uncomfortable? There was no elaborate ritual to follow, no waiting by the phone until Wednesday for a Saturday night date, no guessing whether he'd call at all.