Coyne, Joshua G., Scott L. Summers, Brady Williams, and David a. Wood. 2010. "Accounting Program Research Rankings by Topical ...
Wood". Jepson Flora Project: Jepson Interchange for California Floristics. University of California. Retrieved 2021-04-23. " ... Species Dichelostemma congestum (Sm.) Kunth - ookow - Canada (BC), United States (WA OR CA) Dichelostemma ida-maia (Alph.Wood) ... Alph.Wood - blue dicks - has been moved to Dipterostemon capitatus. Cultivars Dichelostemma 'Pink Diamond' - probably D. ida- ...
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... wood; Hood Museum of Art (USA) Efe-gelede mask; early 20th century AD; wood, indigo & white pigments; Krannert Art Museum ( ... Crafts and Architecture Yoruban and Akan Art in Wood and Metal, Lakeview Museum of Arts and Sciences For spirits and kings: ...
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ISBN 978-0-19-503914-6. Wood. p. 141. Wood. p. 141-142. Chernow, Ron (2010). Washington: A Life. New York: Penguin Press. p. ... Wood, Gordon S. (2009). Empire of Liberty: A History of the Early Republic, 1789-1815. New York: Oxford University Press. p. ... Wood. p. 145. Chambers, William Nisbet, ed. (1972). The First Party System. Banning, Lance. The Jeffersonian Persuasion: ... Wood, The American Revolution, p. 100 "Democratic-Republican Party". Encyclopædia Britannica. July 20, 1998. Retrieved August ...
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Wood. This was a popular material during the Georgian and Victorian era, and almost certainly before, in Great Britain and ... Some could be very ornate, although few survive beyond 50-100 years due to natural decomposition or termites and other wood ...
Wood is used by households that rely on solid fuels for home heating. It is used in open fireplaces, stoves and biomass boilers ... "Solid Fuels , Solid Fuel Heating Ireland". Wood. Department of Communications, Energy and Natural Resources. 2015. Retrieved 25 ... the Department worked closely with the Department of Agriculture in terms of the potential of sustainable wood biomass for ... Tursillagh Slieve Rushen Lendrum's Bridge Callagheen Hunter's Hill Slieve Divena Tappaghan Mountain Lough Hill Balloo Wood ...
Most African artworks are wood sculptures, probably because wood is a very widespread material. Jewelry is a popular art form ... wood; height: 68.9 cm (271⁄8 in.); Metropolitan Museum of Art Stool; possibly late 19th to early 20th century; wood & pigment; ... wood with iron staples; by Nupe people; Hood Museum of Art (Hanover, New Hampshire, USA) Headdress; early 1900s; wood, antelope ... wood; by Lumbo people; Indianapolis Museum of Art (USA) Mask; early 20th century; wood, raffia & color pigments; by Yaka people ...
As a major wood carving factory in Taiwan, the factory employed more than 100 craftsmen to produce wood handicrafts during peak ... He used wood, metal, rocks, and other cheap sculpting materials, and he strived to participate in sculpting competitions in ... A single piece of unprocessed high-end wood costs more than US$30,000 at that time. However, since the security system was not ... He wanted him to continue producing wood sculptures, so that he could at least have a steady income. His father had no choice ...
Her polychromed wood head Discontent reflected what she described as "a long emotional experience, of restlessness, of gnawing ... "Negro Head, before 1927." Wood. Collections. RISD Museum. Access Date 8 July 2014 Nancy Elizabeth Prophet at Find a Grave ... made of wood, and identifiable with a long hat. One of Prophet's finest surviving works dates to this period: Negro Head, a ...
It only occasionally applied to the high vowels /i/ and /u/: Old English wudu > Middle English /woːd/ > "wood"; Old English ...
When Wood banned the practice in the Queen's Hall orchestra in 1904, forty disgruntled players left en masse to found the LSO. ... Wood's last previous recording was of Brandenburg 6 in June 1930. The final recording listed here was made about a week after ... Wood. 16 June 1932, unnamed location. [Mx] CAX 6441/2. Columbia (UK) L1994, DX475 Percy Grainger: Molly on the Shore and Mock ... Wood. 16 October 1932, Central Hall, Westminster. [Mx] CAX 6443-2, CAX 6444-1. Columbia (UK) LX 200. This table is sortable if ...
Wood; Watton (1946). Detour: The Story of Oflag IV C. United Kingdom: Red Cross & Falcon Press. Letters Bruce, Dominic (5 ... Bruce eventually hid the tools in the wood shavings in his mattress. Knowing the tools were now safe they could pick their ... Wood, Conrad (13 September 1996). "Chrisp, John 'Bosun'(Oral history)(Catalogue number 16843)"". iwm.org.uk. Imperial War ... Wood & Watton (1946), quoted in Clay (2014, p. 71) Reid (2015), p. 149. Bruce (1999). Windle (2006). Keleny (2013). Tunstall ( ...
wood. Horizontal bands give short prayers and she asks to receive offerings; the side panels preserve mourning figures. There ... or more rarely a coffin made of wood, pottery, or mud. In one instance a wooden coffin was found inside a mud-brick vault. No ... decorated coffins appear to be anthropoid though many are in a fragile condition due to the disintegration of the wood, either ...
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"Mahogany , wood". Encyclopedia Britannica. Retrieved 2019-05-18. "Kakum and the Assin Attandanso Reserves, Ghana". www.fcghana. ...
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Wood, B.; Lonergan, N. (2008). "The hominin fossil record: taxa, grades and clades" (PDF). J. Anat. 212 (4): 354-376. doi: ... Wood; Richmond, B. G. (2000). "Human evolution: taxonomy and paleobiology". Journal of Anatomy. 197 (Pt 1): 19-60. doi:10.1046/ ... A homininan, following a suggestion by Wood and Richmond (2000), would be a member of the subtribe Hominina of the tribe ... B. Wood (2010). "Reconstructing human evolution: Achievements, challenges, and opportunities". Proceedings of the National ...
11 concert with international recording artist Mark Wood ... Wood ... will work with Maine South and middle school students ... as part of his "Electrify Your Strings" music education program ... Wood owns and operates Wood Violins[dead link] Tucker, ... In 2009 and 2011, violinist Mark Wood taught a series of workshops to the members of the school orchestra in preparation for a ...
Helmet mask (ndoli jowei) for Sande society; late 19th-early 20th century; wood; 39.4 x 23.5 x 26 cm (151⁄2 x 91⁄4 x 101⁄4 in ... The Mande-speaking peoples of the same region make pieces of wood with broad, flat surfaces and arms and legs are shaped like ... Most African sculpture was historically in wood and other organic materials that have not survived from earlier than at most a ... In addition, Chiwara can be either male or female Poro mask; 19th-mid-20th century; wood, horns, raffia fiber, cotton cloth, ...
doi:10.1016/S0361-3682(02)00022-3. Coyne, Joshua G., Scott L. Summers, Brady Williams, and David a. Wood. 2010. "Accounting ...
Wood. Retrieved 2017-02-23. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) London Medical Gazette: Or, Journal of Practical Medicine. ...
wood'). kee siao - (From Hokkien) To go mad. Usually, this phrase is used in the context of scolding people. keling kia - (From ... was so blind to foul play from the opposing team by refusing to penalize them that he might as well have been a block of wood ...
Wood. The memorial consists of two upright stones, one bearing a round plate inscribed 'In memory of J Litt who died March 9, ...
Wood, H; Langman, AE; Griffith, MC, eds. (n.d.). Calendar of the Justiciary Rolls or Proceedings of the Court of the Justiciar ... 495-498; Wood; Langman; Griffith (n.d.) pp. 185-188. Hand (1967) pp. 210-211; Calendar of the Patent Rolls (1893) p. 78; ... 23-24; Wood; Langman; Griffith (n.d.) pp. 186-187; Bugge (1900) pp. 329-330; Phillipps (1857) pp. 496-497. Hand (1967) p. 212. ... 492, 495-496; Wood; Langman; Griffith (n.d.) p. 186. Downham (2005). Barry (2005). Downham (2013). Downham (2013) pp. 158-159; ...
"See the wood for the trees: Robin Wood and Barn the Spoon do dinner at Craft". Wallpaper. Time Inc. Retrieved 22 April 2017. ... "Wood". Stepney City Farm. Retrieved 22 February 2017. "Spon A Guide to Spoon Carving and the New Wood Culture". Penguin books. ... He is also founder of the Green Wood Guild, a collective of green wood carvers who run carving workshops and owns a spoon shop ... In 2016 Carder and Robin Wood joined Stevie Parle during London Craft Week to explore wood-fired cooking and how dining from ...
Theophrastus describes the wood of different trees, the effects of climate on wood, of knots and 'coiling' in timber and other ... He asserts that Tamarisk wood from Greece is weak, but from the Arabian island of Tylos it is as strong as kermes-oak. The wood ... The strongest and most attractive wood is smooth, without knots. In Syria, terebinth wood is dark and close-grained, ... The wood of palms is light and soft like cork-oak, but is tougher and less brittle, so it is good for carving images. Timber ...
Wood. Fantham, H. B., J. W. W. Stephens and F. V. Theobald (1920). The Animal Parasites of Man. New York. W. Wood. Massee, G. ...