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He laid flowers at the feet of the six-meter bronze statue of Deng that stands in Shenzhen’s Lianhuashan Park.
The large bronze wire metal storage baskets offer ample space to organize cans, fruit, vegetables, scarves, socks, office supplies, toys and all your essentials.
Singaporean athletes are paid the most for ascending the Olympic podium, receiving $1 million for a gold medal, $500,000 for silver, and $250,000 for bronze.
An athlete representing the United States of America in the 2018 Winter Olympics, for instance, would have received $37,500 for a gold medal, $22,500 for silver, and $15,000 for bronze.
Made of heavy-duty, bronze-plated steel and able to hold 6 pairs of shoes on each of four racks, this conversation piece will allow you quick access to your favorite footwear.
Moore says she usually parks at the Honolulu Zoo and walks ten minutes from there to the bronze statue of Duke Kahanamoku, where most surfers paddle out.
Among these, the pedreros – used as close-range anti-personnel weapons, and bombardettas – with their lower ranges when compared to bronze guns, were increasingly considered as outdated by the 17th century.
Among these are "Medusa," a bronze bust; and a "Mater Dolorosa," in terra-cotta.
A lurid spot on each cheek showed burning red through the bronze of his skin.
RAMONAHELEN HUNT JACKSON
And as bronze reflects the light, her mentality seemed to reflect all the cold lights in her nature.
BELLA DONNAROBERT HICHENS

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