- n. Plural form of museum.
“If you bend down, and look up against the light -- often a good trick in museums, because it reveals flaws and shows off the painting's surface -- you can also see that Mondrian painted the black rectangle with thin paint, so the warp and weft of the canvas shows through.”
“With the same card you also get 25% off plane tickets 50% off in museums and so on.”
“You will occasionally see them in museums, or shamefully, for sale in antique stores.”
“There are examples of this sign of Persian and Greek origins preserved in museums all over the world.”
“Maybe the shuttle is not a safe delivery system but it is a pretty good spaceship and its already built. just seems stupid to me to put 3 good spaceships in museums darkjaguar”
“This would seem better than putting them in museums and paying to dispose of the remaining energetic or toxic components.”
“While we were there, my son talks the ear off of a nice older woman about the trains we were now looking at, his collection of trains, train museums — you name it.”
“It is your last chance to behold what henceforth you will be compelled to seek in museums of antiquities.”
“Not pot as the kind that usually turns up in museums as potshards.”
“The dilemma, then, is not necessarily in museums working with corporations.”
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