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Houdini IV, Jezebel Q Xixx and Ramona Quincunx so that I could publish more at one time.
Likewise, Browne piles it up negatively in declining to discuss, in The Garden of Cyrus, the Christian resonances of the quincunx, the shape created by five points arranged like the five on a die, which describes an X.
Visitors to the Baumer stand also shown a great interest in other essential appliances such as the mechanical movements' synchronisation through servo-motors, the rapid format changeover, the possibility to produce a quarter pallet and quincunx pattern, and the device for the partitions' insertion from below.
Lime, lemon, and cherry advertisements for an obelisk, with all the foretold inscrutability of the quincunx (the five-sided die), etc.
It is on record that 'among his extravagances' he bought handmade white kid gloves, ornamented with a quincunx of blue silk crosses, for a young lady, and indulged himself in the purchase of a pair of handsome duelling pistols for five guineas, which he was subsequently forced to sell for thirty shillings.
Fray Andres had defined the typology as early as 1605, with the construction of the Convento del Desierto at Los Leones in Mexico: an articulated central liturgical complex, connected by a low-ceilinged walkway to an enclosed perimeter corridor around a central courtyard, with twenty-seven cells along the sides and four more at the courtyard corners, emphasizing the quincunx scheme, as well as a common area to one side centered on a small classically styled cloister (Fig.
10] Similarly, in Stanislaw Orzechowski's treatise Quincunx (1563), one finds the definition of a state as a "community of common benefit" (wspolnota pozytku).
56 m2), calculated in Roman feet, and consists of a quincunx set within a larger quincunx, the whole framed with a border of further rhythmic, geometrical patterns.
Because previously decoded nodes lying on the same pyramid level of the current node are not exploited to interpolate the current node, the four better-fitting neighbors that form a quincunx shape around the current node are not available.
The quincunx scheme of tower architecture, used at Angkor Wat and elsewhere, however, is clearly described.
You can see a Quincunx at most local science museums or alternatively try the world wide web.
Mouth small, jaws strongly asymmetric; lateral grooves shallow, curved slightly, extending from nostril to slightly below lower jaw, length much shorter than nasal curtain length; not projecting forward when open, not protrusible; skin on chin and margin of lower jaw very fleshy, strongly papillate; teeth uniformly close-set in both jaws, in oblique rows, not arranged in quincunx, rows in upper jaw about 25.