Lanting, a procurer of beautiful young women for the Indonesian rich, remarks in a veiled reference that the demand for foreign, particularly Japanese women among affluent Indonesian men is iconically
enshrined in Indonesia's most famous national leader, emphasizing the complicated texture of modernity and its ramifications in Indonesia in the last century.
Slated to open its doors in the spring of 2017, the iconically
designed 62,000-square-foot facility will make available to the public scientifically validated programs and assessments that enhance individual brain performance and health.
Genisys employs an ageing icon (Arnold Schwarzenegger) self-consciously, plying him with ready-made catchphrases; Rogue Nation employs an ageing icon (Tom Cruise) iconically
, placing him in the thick of the action without even the luxury of James Bond-ish punchlines.
The syntactical qualities of the sentences iconically
represent the Federalists' political ambitions Hamilton proposes by moving from a dangerous lack of security to the symbol of hope the Constitution offers.
In addition to creating a shrine to give homage to these very special objects, Maggie's PO helped her create a quilt using remnants from special clothing articles to iconically
transfer this meanings into a tangible form she could keep, which helped Maggie to relinquish most of the remaining usable clothing to charitable organizations.
The fact that Iditarod is so iconically
Alaskan, and that ExxonMobil has been actively working in Alaska for ninety years, makes the pairing even more appropriate, she says.
It is fitting that Belstaff chose such an iconically
British and petrol-fumed setting to present the collection: an underground car-park under the Houses of Parliament in celebration of the brand's return its homeland, England.
Banner finds the military aircraft, which is iconically
linked to the Vietnam War despite still being in use today, at once beautiful, horrifying and almost 'prehistoric, from a time before words.
These passages almost iconically
mime the child's disorientation and the lack of logic and causality which characterise trauma narratives.
The droll Der Wurstesser (Sausage Eater), 1963, thus hung across from an ink swastika, drawn in 1982, whose seeping and transferred form marked three separate album pages, while Potato House was stared down by Papua New Guinea dancers (in the 1980-81 film Papua) from one wall and the iconically
preppy Tennisspieler (Tennis Player), 1964, from another.
50) This is not to say that sacramental efficacy causes human beings to become God, only that participation in the eucharistic body and blood makes them more like God: indexically, in that they actually become so (1 Cor 3:17-18); iconically
, in that they appear so (Mt 5:43-48); and symbolically, in that one can understand them as such.
Departments of Commerce and Defense, and branded with the theme Iconically
American, the feature country status provides U.