The recent discovery in Blombos Cave includes shells of giant sea snails (abalone), bones, and ocher
But the newly discovered chunks of red ocher
from Blombos were clearly left by a humanlike hand.
For example, if there are timing issues that are conceded but ocher
issues are unresolved, consideration should be given to delaying settlement on the timing issues until all years can be settled together.
persiste the bolivian poet reads the fall of the evening persists an ocher
and lavender language distilled from desert evenings crepusculo echoes a sensuous bird in the smoky wood rafters confundio I have confused you with the twilight the translator says outside a stubborn glow slowly hauled out of the sky leaving the cool air a sheen like the skin of grape crepusculo acoustic guitar on the radio the road a seam a whisper over curving thighs a sudden veer escape of a fortunate doe persiste the drowsy town its dreaming tourists this cheap hotel its worn promises confundio blue light in the windows abandoned moon calling across an empty field crepusculo sky of things and shadows stars on your tongue cielo de duendes swallow me
Turney notes that "there's a sense of humor and irony in much of the writing today, whereas the travel writers of the past were writing from a universalist point of view." Indeed, Tim Cahill, who documents his globe-hopping in Pass the Butterworms (Vintage, 1998), and ocher
"adventure travel" writers have little in common with the essayists of the past.
260 also tried unsuccessfully to persuade House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.) to remove ocher
controversial items from the appropriations bill.
Her more mature style, seen in Ocre (1925; "Ocher
"), El mundo de siete pozos (1934; "The World of Seven Wells"), and Mascarilla y trebol (1938; "Mask and Trefoil"), reveals a wider vision and less introspection.
One of the graves, at Russia's 24,000-year-old Sunghir site, contains a boy and a girl buried head to head, dusted in red ocher
, and ornamented with thousands of ivory beads, fox-teeth pendants, and pierced antlers.
Many appear to be straightforward experiments in color incorporating elements of Nogueira's sculptures: gray test tubes, a funnel framed by a smooth ocher
brushstroke, a row of colored lines, abstract scribbles, or an ink-soaked page with a thick drip of enamel near its top.
component consists of the markets where assets such as stocks and bonds are traded and where money is deposited in checking accounts or held as cash.
162(k), which denies a deduction for costs relating to a redemption (with certain limited exceptions, including interest and ocher
related debt acquisition costs).
The forestry and fairy-tale colors are muted pastels of mother of pearl, violet, green, pink and ocher
. The palette is very much contemporary, but in 1903, when architects Henry Herts and Hugh Tallent designed the theater and the world's first Art Nouveau interior, it was very different from the theater of the day, which was full of golds and reds.