hanging side


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hanging side

[′haŋ·iŋ ¦sīd]
(geology)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The civic hall itself will be brimming on all floors with the work of both amateur and professional artists hanging side by side.
For example, when there are two paintings of identical scenery hanging side by side, even if there is space in between, the observer can usually 'fill in' the empty space by using his or her imagination."
This is achieved by hanging side by side a work by each artist, allowing close comparison, in conjunction with Ernst van der Wetering's and Margriet van Eikema-Hommes's catalogue essay.
There, hanging side by side, were two familiar unfurled flags, the Union Jack and Stars and Stripes.
Another good tip is to have students keep their hats and coats under their desks rather than letting these items comingle in a closet, hanging side by side on pegs, or in storage or cubbyhole areas.
Huygens noticed that the pendulums of the two suspended clocks, hanging side by side from a common support, were swinging in perfect synchrony.
In a series of framed etchings hanging side by side on the gallery wall, Ligon has reproduced in authentic typescript and form frontispieces that would introduce the published narrative of an ex-slave.
Other forms of repetition were present, too--three of the works were pendants, two paintings hanging side by side.
Mirrors, in all shapes and sizes, create a vintage, homey, and lighter ambience in any room especially when they are hanging side by side.
But this year as well as jars of eyeballs and severed heads there are the three bodies hanging side by side.
This contains both contemporary and historic depictions of prominent landscapes and landmarks, sometimes with juxtaposed versions of the same scene hanging side by side, from artists such as Kyffin Williams and Stanley Spencer.
The monument, 22ft high, 16ft long and 6ft wide, by sculptor John Mills, depicts the uniforms and working clothes women wore, hanging side by side.