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reflection of an inner need to get closer to the secret of nature and observe the miracles that happen in it. From the beginning of the 1960s he took pictures, drew, collected and described his observations of nature during these wanderings.

…Émile Durkheim (1858-1917) saw the concept of the sacred as the defining characteristic of religion, not faith in the supernatural. He saw religion as a reflection of the concern for society. He based his view on recent research regarding…

Zemlinsky’s choice of this story was a reflection of the end of his relationship with Alma Mahler, and the identification he felt with the drama’s main character. He completed the short score in December 1919 and the orchestration in January 1921. The score was published by Universal Edition Vienna.

Zelenograd was one of the most powerful centers of electronics, microelectronics and computer industry in the Soviet Union, and it still plays a similar role in modern Russia. It was developed as a reflection of the California Silicon Valley and is known also as Soviet/Russian Silicon Valley.

Zamy’s paintings are a reflection of his Eastern-European Jewish heritage, and they are enhanced by a rich choice of warm tones and colors. He evoked a universal humanistic idea in his creation; man’s connection to his heritage and…

Z and Cody find out that Joe won by default since Tank and Cody were disqualified. However, Cody accepts the loss, having decided he’d rather just have fun instead. Z reveals himself to the spectators and invites all of them to surf at his beach. Cody finishes his interview with a reflection of the past events and then joins the rest of his friends in the water.

… craftsmen of parts for swords The family continued to produce tsuba until the death of his final descendant in 1856. The tsuba was noted as a reflection of the specific time period and school that designed them. Goto family work features a…

You can learn a lot about a person from his dreams. What we dream is a reflection of who we are. It is the measure of our aspirations and goals, and of those values we hold dear and place above all else.

… the dog, and sees off in the sky a reflection of her world. She then discovers that she can transport herself between the worlds while listening to the song. Then her walkman is stolen by strange men riding mechanical creatures who attack her. Yoko then transforms into a powerful sword wielding warrior and defeats them.

David Sherman Company rebranded itself to Luxco as a tribute to one of its co-founders, Paul Lux, and as a reflection of the current ownership of the company.

… seminars are just a few of the projects that YES Alumni Pakistan has taken part in. Multitudes of such projects are also conducted under the banner of many YES alumni associations all around the world. These activities are actually a reflection of the passion of community service that students get to learn over their exchange year.

Xavier’s current mascot is a knight, and all of its athletic teams are referred to as the Knights. However, for many years, the teams were called the Cadets, a reflection of Xavier’s military program, while a terrier was used as a mascot.

Written in Ramallah, the script is a reflection of Barghouthi’s experience of the First Intifada years later. He witnessed the beginning of the Intifada and lived in Ramallah for the most part of it, before leaving to study in Seattle. The…

Writing in The Guardian, John Dugdale considered the journal’s appearance to be an implicit criticism of cultural studies’ failure to investigate pornography, a reflection of the dispute in second-wave feminism between supporters and…

… for a reflection of cultural influence in our understanding of the disease. The artwork that children and youth provided in these workshops was then used to create awareness on a local and global scale.

… is significant as a reflection of the time period and for its role in the petroleum industry of the time. It is also significant for its landscape architecture. Contributing resources include 18 buildings, 22 sites, 115 structures, and 17 objects. It was listed as a featured property of the week in a program of the National Park Service that began in July, 2008.

Wood’s paintings were a reflection of the man. He painted what he liked, the way he liked. When he made a statement on canvas, it was clear, crisp, richly coloured, deliberate and unapologetic. His favorites were those of the sea, where he felt most at peace with the world.

Frankish artifacts have been found in Kent, and these are largely interpreted to be a reflection of trade and commerce rather than early migration. Yorke (Wessex in the Early Middle Ages, 1995), for example, only allows that some Frankish…

… of the countries with greatest female representation in government positions. Exercising the right to vote is a reflection of the power women feel they have in their political systems.

… attracting insects to assist with pollination and birds and other animals to eat the berries and disperse the seeds. The diverse spectrum of aromas associated with individual grape varieties is a reflection of the vine’s adaptation to ecological conditions and competition among other plants.

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