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vitruvian scroll, Vitruvian wave

Vitruvian scroll
A common motif in classical ornament: a series of scrolls connected by a wave-like band; also called a wave scroll or running dog.
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This neckmark is found on the back on the bear's head and is a triangle containing the drawing of "the bear with the running dog.
Indeed the thoughts of Mad Dog Thatcher and Earth Dog, Running Dog hit right at the heart of the "Common Sense" manifesto.
This is based on the cost of running dog warden services, kennelling prices, vets' fees and attacks on people and livestock.
He reads local magazine Earth Dog, Running Dog, which recently warned Labour: "Don't force the most law-abiding citizens to become terrorists or you and your party will live to regret it.
Animals (a running dog, a strutting duck), not dancers, and plant life (flowers and twigs), not stage sets, are eloquently rendered.
Often, though, Meneghello obliges the reader with a scholarly debate about linguistic niceties: how to render in Italian the elusiveness of the adjective mundane and the term anxiety, or the intranslatability of the complimentary plucky and the etymology of the insult running dog.
After working on the film last autumn in London, Steve is back running dog training classes in Cardiff and Ebbw Vale.
In time he was tried by a people's court as "a running dog for capitalism" but was acquitted when he chose to defend himself.
Inspiration for the new bus design started with a look back at Greyhound's rich and recognizable design heritage from the early and mid-20th century, when the brand's signature colors and running dog were first introduced to underscore the adventure, luxury and efficiency of leisure bus travel.
The buses feature a new livery with the running dog logo outside and more comfortable seats inside, with movable armrests, automatic footrests and magazine straps.
On the exterior of the building the neon sign glows once again, complete with a clock and the trademark running dog.