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Flaxman

John. 1755--1826, English neoclassical sculptor and draughtsman, noted particularly for his monuments and his engraved illustrations for the Iliad, the Odyssey, and works by Dante and Aeschylus
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There were certain outline illustrations in it, which were very good in the cold Flaxman manner, and helped largely to heighten the fascination of the poems for me.
Flaxman is the co-founder of Democracy Works, which leverages web technologies to improve civic engagement and voter education.
IT is a three-minute stroll from the padlocked gates of Kids Company's Camberwell project to Flaxman Road, where on Saturday, a teenage boy was murdered.
com, where Alan Cooper, racing manager for the six-yearold's owners, the Niarchos family's Flaxman Holdings, issued a statement.
Staycity lately selected previous Accor chief operating officer Michael Flaxman as a non-executive director.
The bombers under Lieutenant Flaxman also made for the gap but the wire "prevented them from getting to grips, and they were shot down in the open".
Flaxman was evidently encouraged to continue with this theme and produced a companion work, Virgil Vase (c 1800), in black jasper dip, showing the Apotheosis of Virgil.
Paul McDermott, a resident at Flaxman Court in Wavertree, said police were called to their complex after residents started protesting at about 7am.
Flaxman (English and comparative literature, UNC Chapel Hill) argues that, in the spirit of Nietzsche's own stylistic project, Gilles Deleuze sought, and with some success generated, new means of philosophical expression.
For the study, Amanda Williams and Samuel Flaxman from the University of Colorado in Boulder treated broad bean plants with a non-toxic chemical to strengthen up plant tissue, making them harder for pea aphids to feed on.
This article, in particular, expands some of the initial ground-breaking work of Frank Bond and his colleagues within organizational settings (Bond & Bunce, 2000, 2003; Bond & Flaxman, 2006; Flaxman & Bond, 2010) in providing an overview of how the six processes integral to the ACT model (i.