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“New shot, new film: meet the close-up Jesus whose adage and all its archaeology blink gone the second you spot them: blue eyes like small see-through planets, crystalline as the topaz in glass-encased crowns.”
“Sometimes the machines took up an entire, glass-encased room, replete with green and red (and sometimes the fancier blue) blinking lights, while other times times they were tucked away in a closet.”
“The white-accented upper level, which holds an office, master bedroom and glass-encased shower with a glass-bottom tub that looks down into the kitchen, is designed to represent air.”
“Robert Manela The glass-encased porch is pictured here.”
“Jesse Neider for The Wall Street Journal The home has a long stone patio that faces the water and a glass-encased patio, shown here, which Mr. Donelan uses as an office.”
“Developed with architects at TFP Farrells , a firm with offices in London and Hong Kong that designed the China National Petroleum Corp. headquarters in Beijing and other landmarks,it looks like a giant glass-and-steel boot with a glass-encased box resting on its foot, like a soccer player balancing a ball on the crown of his shoe.”
“John Ohmer keeps Old Glory as a symbol of mourning in a courtyard across the hall from a glass-encased memorial he has created for his former cadets.”
“There is also an additional venue called The Courtyard, a glass-encased outdoor space that could be used for informal presentations.”
“Sergeant Major John Ohmer keeps Old Glory as a symbol of mourning in a courtyard across the hall from a glass-encased memorial he has created for his former cadets.”
“It is rather disappointingly evident that this is a print, as flat as it can be; and while I could go on about the notion of super-flatness as a positive position in the digital age, computer screens and glass-encased prints will never replace the frank opulence of painting.”
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