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statuary

1. statues collectively
2. the art of making statues

Statuary

Freestanding sculpture, as opposed to relief work.
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The EPD subsequently issued statuary notices under the APCO to the two workshops requiring them to extend the exhaust outlets to a proper location with good dispersive capacity above the building's rooftop.
There wonderful stores for very nice statuary in Mississippi.
Cannons and weaponry, garden statuary, gym equipment, Segways, musical instruments, wines and spirits and Bonsai trees add to the extensive list of lots, which is attracting international interest due to Felix's publishing interests in the United States.
The commission recommended that lawmakers select Nez Perce leader Chief Joseph and pioneering women's rights activist Abigail Scott Duniway to replace pioneer Jason Lee, a 19th century missionary, and John McLoughlin, a fur trader known as the father of Oregon, as the state's representatives in the National Statuary Hall Collection in Washington, D.
He said the order for his removal had " bypassed the directions of the Prime Minister's Office and Civil Services Board and violated repeated commitments to the parliamentary committee and statuary approvals under the AIIMS Act".
Qodratollah Aqeli, a Tehran sculptor, said some of the city's contractors had imported Chinese statuary for their "personal interests" and then installed "these shoddy sculptures" around the city, the Mehr news agency reported.
The National Statuary Hall Collection consists of 100 likenesses, representing notable people in each state's history.
We will only withdraw the exemptions available to special sectors, through statuary regulatory orders," Salman Siddique told.
The perception that Boards instructions in this behalf relate to information of public interest/legal interpretations and statuary orders, is misplaced and contrary to facts.
Like other conservative Spanish art forms that non-Spanish historians have neglected or, worse, rejected as kitsch, Spain's polychrome wooden religious sculpture is as worthy of serious attention for its beauty, emotional content, and display of exquisite craftsmanship as the colorless marble saints of, say, the Italian Renaissance, which even those who disapprove of religious statuary on principle have been taught to appreciate.
Bronzes to Bullets: Vichy and the Destruction of French Public Statuary, 1941-1944 by Kirrily Freeman.
14000 sq ft bldg with showroom displaying stone, tile, statuary, and full line of accessories.