Cherubs


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Cherubs

A decorative sculpture or painting representing chubby, usually naked infants: They are also called amorini or putti.
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But the site's appeal to a broad range of visitors--folks more interested in, say, gaping at cherubs than making theatre history--is equally important.
Now, after winning the tender to provide a day nursery at the Total Fitness gym in Wrexham, Cherubs is providing 53 additional child places and creche facilities at the gym while maintaining its original day nursery in another part of the town.
Jacqueline Forward, aged 47, of Wren Street, Hillfields, Coventry, put the cherubs on the Canley Crematorium grave of her mother Janet Edwards, who died just over a year ago, aged 74.
During that time, the cherubs came to reflect what was foremost on the American mind.
Talking of it, Becks says: "It's Jesus being carried by three cherubs - obviously the cherubs are my boys.
In the picture, he has marble-white skin and he is surrounded by male cherubs.
One particularly amusing vase shows a sensuous lady with a wicked expression dancing with veils, while his cherubs always seemed to suffer.
Like these sycamores, the cherubs faced one another and made contact with their wings, which were lifted up above their heads.
Across the country, thousands of people, from the youngest of pre-school youngsters including a group from the Little Cherubs Nursery in Cardiff, to the most senior members of the Women's Institute, joined in the fun of World Book Day Wales 2004.
A comic mural depicting two cherubs had been painted on the gable-end wall overlooking the play area he had come to see.
When we see the baby-faced cherubs on the borders of greeting cards nowadays, we find it hard to credit that the original cherubim were celestial heavies you didn't want to mess with.
For scattered around them are no less than 96 cherubs.