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obverse

1. (of certain plant leaves) narrower at the base than at the top
2. Logic a categorial proposition derived from another by replacing the original predicate by its negation and changing the proposition from affirmative to negative or vice versa, as no sum is correct from every sum is incorrect
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In the later issues, these coins also carried the portrait of the king on the obverse. The reverse of these later coins carried the figure of Athena Alkidemos throwing a thunderbolt.
The obverse (front) side of the note contains a see-through register with denominational numeral 100, a latent image with the numeral and also a Devanagari version of the same.
Obverse and reverse sides of the chips were determined based on the chip design and positioning of colored stripes in relation to wording and casino label.
Front side (obverse) of the Nobel Prize Medal for Physiology or Medicine - Wikipedia.
In a poster released by BSP, the new coin series vary in size, obverse and reverse.
The P5 NGC featuring national hero Andres Bonifacio on the obverse had an early release last December.
Changes to the P200 banknote were made at the images in the obverse or front side, particularly those depicting the Declaration of Philippine Independence and Opening of the Malolos Congress.
OBVERSE: The waxing crescent moon and a five pointed star facing North-West in rising position is in the center on the obverse side of the coin.
According to the details of the coin the waxing crescent moon and a five pointed star facing North-West in rising position is in the center on the obverse side of the coin.
The obverse side of the coin has a waxing crescent moon.
Leitmotif of the obverse of the conceptual, and art and graphic design of the 200 denar banknote is the relief with a presentation of the 41st Psalm of David from the Old Testament which belongs to the infamous terracotta icons from Vinica, one of the most important early medieval archaeological discoveries on the territory of the Republic of Macedonia.