Some articles on representing:

Ahokas - Team Appearances
... Amateur Jacques Léglise Trophy (representing Continental Europe) 2002 Eisenhower Trophy (representing Finland) 2004, 2006 Bonallack Trophy (representing Europe) 2006 (winners ...
Museum Of Fine Arts Of Lyon - Collections - Sculptures
... of Saint Anthony (1900) a sculpture by Léon-Alexandre Delhomme representing Democrites meditating on the seat of the soul (1864) a sculpture by Emile Antoine ...
Museum Of The Americas (Madrid) - Gallery
... Ceramic vessel representing a crustacean ... Moche culture artwork from Peru Maya cinerary urn representing solar god Kinich Ahau Bronze helmet of a 16th-century Spanish soldier Chimú vessel showing a sexual act between men Helmet and collar ...
APN Regional News Network - New South Wales Online Publications
... representing news from the Tweed Daily News in the Tweed Shire area of New South Wales representing news from The Coffs Coast Advocate in Coffs Harbour ...
Coat Of Arms Of Bolívar State
... In the upper part of the blue field and forming an arch, eight stars representing the seven provinces that were considered in 1811 to declare the National Independence and, the ... In the inferior field runs a gold river representing the Orinoco ... of it an indigenous female is resting her left arm on a clay vessel, pouring water on the river representing the endless flow of the Orinoco river ...

Famous quotes containing the word representing:

    There are people who are so presumptuous that they know no other way to praise a greatness that they publicly admire than by representing it as a preliminary stage and bridge leading to themselves.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)

    He who has learned what is commonly considered the whole art of painting, that is, the art of representing any natural object faithfully, has as yet only learned the language by which his thoughts are to be expressed.
    John Ruskin (1819–1900)

    Brave people may be persuaded to an action by representing it as being more dangerous than it really is.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)