land rock

land rock

[′land ‚räk]
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This, almost humorous, scene of an axe-wielding person hunting a disproportionately large goat is reminiscent of fishing scenes in older Arnhem Land rock art whereby the fish are many times larger than the boat.
Both spear and outline macropod appear to be relatively old, a situation that has also been observed within Arnhem Land rock art (Ben Gunn pers.
Indeed, Thylacinus cynocephalus has been identified in Arnhem Land rock art based on overall form rather than just the presence of stripes (Murray and Chaloupka 1984).
McCarthy only dealt with the topic of western Arnhem Land rock art in a brief appendix, and he sketched a stylistic sequence of sorts.
The incompleteness of the painted figure also prompted a rethinking of the partial or apparently incomplete figures commonly found, but rarely noted, elsewhere in Arnhem Land rock art.
Maynard 1977; Gunn 1984), albeit exceptionally fine paintings compared to the standard of most paintings from the more recent Arnhem Land rock art styles.
To date, this northeast Arnhem Land rock group has issued four albums: Homeland Movement (1989), Tribal Voice (1991), Freedom (1993), and Birrkuta: Wild Honey (1996).
His kids find him ordinary, but he gets chance to redeem himself in their eyes when a bunch of characters abduct him to Toonpur, a land rocked by political unrest.
WITH nearly every big institution in our land rocked by scandals - the Church, Parliament, Media and Banking - it's hard not to come to the conclusion that there's something fundamentally corrupt and broken about British society.
The extraordinary claim by millionaire builder Michael Bailey that he could procure planning permission for 700 acres in return for a half share of the land rocked Leinster House.
And when I drank of myself and my native land rocked with earthquakes, I opened my eyes to see.
But land rocks do not preserve microbial evidence nearly as well as marine rocks do, so scientists can only guess when organisms first gained a grip on the dry, lifeless continents.

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