Figures

Some articles on figures, figure:

Waxworks Museum Of The Castle Of Diósgyőr
... Most of the wax figures can be seen in the rondella of the tower, in six scenes Everyday life in mediaeval Diósgyőr with ten wax figures ... Knights' tournament with ten wax figures ... Mediaeval fair with fourteen wax figures ...
Halo (series) - Adaptations
... novels, and other licensed products, from action figures to a packaging tie-in with Mountain Dew ... Numerous action figures and vehicles based on Halo have been produced ... Joyride Studios created Halo and Halo 2 action figures, while Halo 3 poseable and collectible action figures, aimed at collectors, were produced by McFarlane Toys and became some ...
2008 Gërdec Explosions - Figures
... According to figures published by the Prime Minister's Office, 2,306 buildings were damaged or destroyed in the explosions ...
Sheela Na Gig - Distribution
... original is in the Archbishop's Palace Museum, Trondheim) A sheela-like figure in a non-architectural context, the "santuario rupestre" at Coirós, Province of A Coruña, Spain As noted ... Accurate numbers of figures are hard to come by as the interpretation of what is and is not a sheela na gig will vary from writer to writer, for example Freitag omits the Rochester figure from her list while Weir and ... Concannon includes some worn figures that so far only she has identified as sheela na gigs ...
1:64 Scale - Wargaming
... Metal figures for tabletop wargaming and role-playing gaming are usually not described by scale ratio, but by the approximate height of a human figure, in millimeters ... gradually enlarged the standard 25 mm figures of the 1970s, at first describing them as "large 25s," or "heroic 25s." By the 1990s, they were simply called 28 mm ... figures, and have largely replaced 25s as the standard size for role-playing and many military games ...

Famous quotes containing the word figures:

    The human heart concerns us more than the poring into microscopes, and is larger than can be measured by the pompous figures of the astronomer.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    I will stand on, and continue to use, the figures I have used, because I believe they are correct. Now, I’m not going to deny that you don’t now and then slip up on something; no one bats a thousand.
    Ronald Reagan (b. 1911)

    She, while her lover pants upon her breast,
    Can mark the figures on an Indian chest.
    Alexander Pope (1688–1744)