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There are two major forms of medievally documented bucklers.
Medievally the work was sometimes coupled with the works of the elder Serapion, as they were often supposed to have been the same person.
It was lit, medievally enough, by infrequent torches in wall niches.
He went for net, not rim or backboard, although these skirts were woven of chain, which clanked medievally when the ball fell through them.
They were sometimes called "dog faced" (medievally known as a hounskull) or "pig faced" (a common but strictly modern term).
Lyriel's repertoire ranges from medievally inspired ballads to hard rock pieces with elements of Classic and Folk music.
If it had been peaceful and medievally oppressive, she'd never have become Regent, and probably nothing in Liedwahr would have changed.
In 1976, Mr. Part made that turn, inventing a vocabulary of gently rotating, medievally flavored chordal sequences and spreading them through imaginative instrumental combinations.
There were six visitors, standing or sitting, talking quietly to one another, dressed for an afternoon tea; three in the flamboyant, medievally inspired garb that marked them as artists.
He also fills in the history that preceded Parchman's creation, especially the period when Mississippi and other Southern states carried out a medievally cruel practice called convict leasing.
The Dalai Lama has said he is in a sense grateful to the Chinese for pushing Tibet and what had been its medievally arcane religion into the modern age.
It was the first album in Grave Digger's trilogy of medievally inspired concept albums which was continued by Knights of the Cross (1997) and Excalibur (1999).
An unusual blend of both hip-hop and medievally styled music, a parody of the tale of Robin Hood intended to express OpenBSD's attitude to free speech.
While much of the country remains medievally rural, steeped in social traditions, religious customs and even superstitions established by centuries of practice, the outside world has made inroads all over Nepal, especially in the capital.
The rehearsal was held where the performance would be: in the sanctuary, which is vast, the nave seeming as distant as the nave of Notre Dame, and, appropriately for baroque-era music, perhaps medievally austere.
This new program offers more medievally inspired choreography: his "Portuguese Suite" and three solos from "The Golden Legend," a male adjunct to the female "Ursula," with John Kelly as one of the performers.
This last notion is especially distressing; while homoerotic art may have the power to awaken subconscious homosexual feelings in individuals who already harbor them, the suggestion that it can brainwash or corrupt chaste minds is almost medievally superstitious.
"Medievally thin and pale," as Weiner puts it, with a luxuriant beard that recalls "Father Time before his hair turned gray" or "Timothy Leary unbound," he is given to provocative statements that can turn into sermons.
Additionally, Krege's version features a number of modern words like "Hurricane" which can easily be seen atypical for the medievally and European inspired Middle-earth (although Tolkien's original as well does contain words like "football" or "express train").
ON a day meant to introduce artists to art collectors, Patricia S. Miranda displayed her medievally inspired paintings, Gail Resen talked about her relief sculptures, Mildred Stone explained the lure of figure painting and Michael Thornton-Smith answered a slew of questions.