His face was like a carved stone image
, from which the life had wholly gone.
It was several stories in height, the main entrance being approached by a wide flight of stone steps, the bottom of which was guarded by enormous stone lions, while at the top there were two pedestals flanking the entrance and of the same height, upon each of which was the stone image
of a large parrot.
If Heaven never answered prayers because of deafness, methinks I would nevertheless have blessings bestowed upon me, for that man yonder would make the great stone image
of Saint Peter rub its ears and hearken unto him.
The monstrous stone image
of Britannia was lying prone and face downward on the garden path; and there stuck out at random from underneath it, like the legs of a smashed fly, an arm clad in a white shirt sleeve and a leg clad in a khaki trouser, and hair of the unmistakable sandy gray that belonged to Horne Fisher's unfortunate uncle.
There was not a movement perceptible in those masses of humanity; they were as rigid as stone images
, and as pale; and dread sat upon every countenance.
Our statistical method helps to avoid the shortcomings of the existing system, since the mean is taken from the whole matrix corresponding to the ROI of the stone image
Banteay Chhmar's large complex includes four satellite sanctuaries that are possibly associated with the Buddha of medicine, represented by a large 80-cm stone image
identified as Bhaisajyaguru, the Medicine Buddha.
In a book prompted by surprise at seeing a stylized stone image
of a vagina at a 12th century English church, Rees (English, U.
His stone image
on the tomb wears a Lancastrian collar presented to him in real life by King Henry V.
5mn years, bone implements, the only portrait of Emperor Ashoka ever excavated, a 6th century stone image
of Lord Vishnu, a 4th century stone statue of Mahishasuramardini, and an elegant 13-14th century Garuda in bronze.
Sayers is buried in Highgate Cemetery, his tomb guarded by the stone image
of his dog, Lion, who was chief mourner at his funeral.
Inside the temple, surrounded by railings that date from the 1st century BC, is a gilded stone image
of the Buddha in the earth touching pose.