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The Chinese Influence On The French Landscape Garden
... In 1757 Sir William Chambers, an English writer and traveler who made three trips to China, published a book called The Drawings, buildings, furniture, habits ... Chambers brought to Europe the Chinese idea that gardens should be composed of a series of scenes which evoke different emotions, ranging from enchantment to horror to laughter ... Chambers wrote, "The enchanted or romanesque scenes abound in the marvelous ...
Chambers - Other
... Chambers Dictionary of the English Language Chambers Harrap, the publishers of Chambers Dictionary Chambers of parliament Chambers (law), a judge's office where motions concerning procedure are heard, or in some ... Chambers Son, a bus company in Suffolk and Essex usually referred to just Chambers Chambers (surname) ...
Robert Chambers (oarsman)
... Robert Chambers (14 June 1831 – 4 June 1868) was a famous Tyneside professional oarsman ... Robert Chambers Born Robert Chambers 1832 St ...
Alan Chambers (Exodus International) - Interviews - Print Interviews
... Christianity Today, "The Transgender Moment", February 12, 2008, interviewed Alan Chambers Christianity Today, "An Older, Wiser Ex-Gay Movement", September 13, 2007 ...
Robert Chambers (oarsman) - Championship of The Thames & World Champion
... Chambers continued to win sculling races until he was considered an eligible challenger for the Championship of the Thames ... The race was close for the first mile, but then Chambers began to pull away from Kelley and finally won by 200 yards ... Chambers was now undisputed champion of the Tyne and Thames ...

Famous quotes containing the word chambers:

    Modern man likes to pretend that his thinking is wide-awake. But this wide-awake thinking has led us into the mazes of a nightmare in which the torture chambers are endlessly repeated in the mirrors of reason.
    Octavio Paz (b. 1914)

    The price on the wanted
    poster was a-going down, outlaw alias copped my stance
    and moody greenhorns were making me dance; while my mouth’s
    shooting iron got its chambers jammed.
    Ishmael Reed (b. 1938)

    O sleep, O gentle sleep,
    Nature’s soft nurse, how have I frighted thee,
    That thou no more wilt weigh my eyelids down
    And steep my senses in forgetfulness?
    Why rather, sleep, liest thou in smoky cribs,
    Upon uneasy pallets stretching thee,
    And hushed with buzzing night-flies to thy slumber,
    Than in the perfumed chambers of the great,
    Under the canopies of costly state,
    And lulled with sound of sweetest melody?
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)