for the chill embrasure
of the window and peer to where the garden fell
Infectious diseases must also be remembered when finding the Pestilence Doctor in the embrasure
Venus and Cupid (1525) by Lucas Cranach the Elder was bought for pounds 2,100,00 and Maria Lactans: The Virgin and Child Crowned by Angels in a Window Embrasure
by Martin Schongauer was purchased for pounds 900,000.
1 million and Maria Lactans: TheVirgin and Child Crowned by Angels in a Window Embrasure
by Martin Schongauer for pounds 900,000 at the most recent Sotheby's sale of old master paintings.
There was no buccal or lingual cortical expansion; however, teeth numbers 22 and 23 did have a slightly enlarged cervical embrasure
after which it is only natural that they should enjoy a long kiss, in an embrasure
in the well's side.
The kitchen still-life occupies the center foreground of the picture and the diminutive religious scene - Christ with Martha and Mary - is viewed through a picture-like embrasure
in the background.
There was what looked like a rainspout about ten feet down to his right and beyond, another embrasure
Harking back, the apotheotic Victorian interest in murder, was directed especially to the manifestations of malice domestic and the allurement of the lady with the poison bottle, and extended culturally to the embrasure
of The Ring and the Book.
Covers to the big pillows in the studio window embrasure
are also Morris designs, as are the curtains in the study, the Iznik-inspired 'Tulip'.
0 million and a servicing platform, which includes SLP's Embrasure
division, a leading billing and software platform for the alarm servicing industry.
He ran to the embrasure
in the outer wall and peered out.