These domestic instincts, when thus tested by crossing, resemble natural instincts, which in a like manner become curiously blended together, and for a long period exhibit
traces of the instincts of either parent: for example, Le Roy describes a dog, whose great-grandfather was a wolf, and this dog showed a trace of its wild parentage only in one way, by not coming in a straight line to his master when called.
He began to attract attention as a composer, and, in the years following the First World War, began to be influenced by modernist composers such as Stravinsky and the Second Viennese School; his scores from this period exhibit
bitonal and altogether atonal passages, and even on occasion hints of twelve-tone organization.
The lamp cabin will be an accurate period exhibit
the museum's fine collection of miners' lamps will be displayed there.
The investigation of popular folklore continues to be the preferred research strategy although its potential is limited by the fact that classical and biblical subjects dominate in Baldung's art and conceptions of witchcraft in this period exhibit
the influence of ancient literature rather than any close observation of folk customs and the malficium of village life.
Finally, the availability of ATM services at banks has continued to increase in recent years, although estimates of the availability at savings associations over the period exhibit
a volatile pattern.
The project to recreate a colliery Lamp Cabin, built using appropriate period materials and traditional building techniques, will not only provide an exciting and important period exhibit
when finished, but an interesting opportunity for visitors to see the process taking place within one of the museum's period areas.
The actions during the first year of his presidency coupled with his words said over the same period exhibits
an utter disregard for due process, equal protection, and other civil liberties.
The opportunity to create a bespoke event in the wonderful period exhibits
of one of the region's biggest tourist attractions is one not to be missed.
In the Shunga period the depiction of maithuna or amorousness of humans and of animals may have some fertility significance, but the one belonging to the Kushana period exhibits
similarities with Amaravati reliefs in its style and sophistication of content.