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obverse

1. (of certain plant leaves) narrower at the base than at the top
2. Logic a categorial proposition derived from another by replacing the original predicate by its negation and changing the proposition from affirmative to negative or vice versa, as no sum is correct from every sum is incorrect
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The compulsory design elements are placed on the obverse in the outer ring: the lettering MAGYARORSZG in the upper legend, the value numerals 50000 and 2000 FORINT in the lower legend, on the horizontal central axis, to the left, the mint mark BP.
The obverse side of the note contains a see-through register with denominational numeral 10 and the same in Devnagari script.
At the obverse side of the P1000 bill, the image of the Order of Lakandula Medal and the phrase "Medal of Honor" were deleted from the new design series.
The obverse side of the coin has a waxing crescent moon.
I also recall the halfpenny, and, dammit, the farthing, which had a cheeky robin on the obverse.
Leitmotif of the obverse of the conceptual, and art and graphic design of the 200 denar banknote is the relief with a presentation of the 41st Psalm of David from the Old Testament which belongs to the infamous terracotta icons from Vinica, one of the most important early medieval archaeological discoveries on the territory of the Republic of Macedonia.
They discuss ashes to ashes: Derrida's holocaust, "there shall be no mourning," transference love in the age of "isms," kindling or suicide by fire, Fort Spa: in at the deep end with Derrida and Ferenczi, the obverse side of Jacque Derrida's "Freud and the Scene of Writing," the desire for survival, and the king is dead
If you are continually rewarded for bad behaviour you will probably continue to do it but if the obverse is true you might consider changing behaviour.
The distinctive features, specifications and indicative selling prices of these coins are detailed as follows: The obverse contains the Coat of Arms, the name of the country (Sultanate of Oman), the name of the Central Bank of Oman and Face Value in Arabic and English.
The obverse of the coin features the Coat of the Arms, the name of the country (Sultanate of Oman), the name of the Central Bank of Oman and Face value in Arabic and English while the reverse of the coin (gold and silver) depicts the coloured photo of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said and the other two (gold and silver) depicts the 45th National Day coloured logo.
The obverse side of the coin is depicted with the waxing crescent moon and a five pointed star facing north-west in rising position is in the center on the obverse face of the coin.