Caption: French handgun cartridges 1873 to the present: 11 mm Cartouche
We never ever touched the cartouche
," Dominique Goerlitz, one of the German defendants, said.
8mm balle D (a m) to prevent primers from backing out of the case, a special cartridge was developed for the Modele 1917, the 8mm balle D (a m) (amorcage modifie--modified primer) which used a heavy crimp ta secure the primer in place.
It also uses a new, contemporary font named "Hilton," which was custom-designed for the brand and features a smaller cartouche
that provides a modern look and places more emphasis on the Hilton name.
in Monterrey, Mexico, said that even mainstream producers are striving to differentiate their packages with elaborate cartouches
and direct screening.
This edging en circles the cartouche
, correctly placed in the centre of the container, while the elegant border frames an unusual scene: tropical flowers in a classic beet-root-red glaze, blooming so abundantly that their offshoots threaten to overrun the frame.
For example, the cartouche
of Xensi Province contains an illustration of the now rare Pere David's deer.
The focus of the upgrade was on the cartouche
and label, while small refinements were also made to the stel cap.
The collection contains ancient Egyptian artifacts like an oval cartouche
box, stuffed animals, insects, ocean specimens, and items from early America.
For Roberts, the religious works remain uncomplicated by the 1960 suite of Hitler's Opera drawings, in which the fascist Antichrist mimics gay porn before being crucified on an airplane fusillage; nor are the Minimal works she discusses troubled by the "dialectics of the cartouche
," the means by which Smithson bracketed his crystalline geometric investigations off from a sexy soup of lounging hermaphrodites and puddling goo.
There is universal agreement that the first state of Polus Antarcticus can be identified as a hemispherical chart with "Title within cartouche
and a blank cartouche
possibly intended to include a dedication" (9).
is the conventional way in which ancient Egyptian writers, artists, and sculptors indicated that a name was royal; it took the form of an oval frame around the hieroglyphics of the name, punctuated by a bar at the end, and could be composed vertically or horizontally.