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  • Three gorgon heads, representing the arts, added to the ex­terior decorative elements which were all clearly Art Nouveau.

    The Vienna Secession

  • "That we have the family: the society of a man's own household; a society limited indeed in numbers, but a true 'society' an- terior to every State or nation, with rights and duties of its own, totally independent of the commonwealth."

    Review of the Encyclical of Pope Leo XIII/1

  • Arryl Tremaine glanced about and grimaced at the ex terior of the arena, adorned with the benevolent visage of the Kingpriest.

    The Reign of Istar

  • But then a cleaning vehicle rolled up, its lid lifting to reveal a dark in - terior chamber.

    Unicorn Point

  • She lifted her cloak out of the way to reveal her bare pos - terior.

    Robot Adept

  • A. A.terior superior spine of the ilium; a, indicates the situation of the middle of Poupart's ligament.

    Surgical Anatomy

  • If beings differ from one another according to the purpose of their life, according to their inner life, this will necessarily be reflected also in their outer life, and their ex - terior will be very different.

    The Kreutzer Sonata and Other Stories [a machine-readable transcription]

  • Cf.no. 9 in Section I. Pictures, "I.terior of Butler's sitting-room," where part of his library is shown.

    The Samuel Butler Collection at Saint John's College Cambridge

  • The morning of the 20th was bitterly cold, with the wind at S.S.E., and I cannot help thinking that there are extensive waters in some parts of the in terior, over which it came: the thermometer stood at 42 degrees.

    Expedition into Central Australia

  • These persons only appreciate a possession by the trouble it takes to acquire it, and by the profit it brings; and how could they properly appreciate the silent labour of taste in the exterior and in terior man?

    Literary and Philosophical Essays: French, German and Italian

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