They would also mirror Euclides's account on Conselheiro's handwritings: like that leader's texts, these wall inscriptions would express visually and stylistically the telluric
forces producing the conflict.
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through which modernists sought "a more telluric
Among their topics are mountains and pachakutis: ontology, politics, temporality; landscape biography of a powerful place: Raqchi, Department of Cuzco, Peru; Tiwanaku as telluric
waterscape: water and stone in a highland Andean city; moving between homes: landscape, mobility, and political action in the Titicaca Basin; and the view from the top: the materiality of mountainscapes and the re-creation of society in the Andean Late Intermediate Period.
In addition to providing a telluric
mise-en-scene, the curvaceous room-filling stage represented the artist's latest experiment with how to display sculpture.
We touch on Catherine de Medici and her contribution to French gastronomy, about telluric
currents and their impact on ice cream, and discuss internet searches and how they shape food trends.
lifedeath, its telluric
and toothy quality allows it, in one sense, to
Crane discovers her at home, in this telluric
bed, apparently stumbling upon her by accident in his journey back across years and west across the continent to the site of the frontiers that are most synonymous with some kind of essential "American" character.
Analysis of the curves of dimensionality tests (Figure 6) shows that there is not always a complete superposition between the two telluric
In his contribution, Mazzotta examines the cliches the travellers used to relate to the region: how, for example, in the 19th century the geographical features of the territory cast on the visitors the paradoxical impression of being back to the Gothic North; or how, in the 20th century, different kinds of myths about the region--mostly related to legends of demonic and telluric
forces of Greek heritage--were later embodied in the traditional figure of the brigand.
Gramalote was one of the most affected municipalities by the so called la nina phenomenon, since it suffered a disaster on account of an avalanche coming from a mountain close to the site, brought on by the telluric
movement of a geological fault over which it was located and the constant raining that took place during the autumn-winter season of 2010.
To estimate the indoor telluric
gamma dose rate, multi-collocated cokriging was conducted on a 1 x 1 [km.sup.2] grid in a geostatistical model that used two data sets: the indoor terrestrial gamma radiation dose rate measurement results and the French map of geogenic uranium potential (Ielsch et al.