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Picket signs decried IBM customers in Texas as “traitors,” while the University of Wisconsin YAF hung a cardboard effigy of a computer outside of the Madison office.
They lit candles at their windows and in front of the many effigies of Maradona that dot Napoli’s streets and its homes, often alongside saints.
This was that Alderman Henry Smith whose tomb and effigy are so conspicuous in the parish church.
Even if they failed to obtain it the funeral rites were duly paid to an effigy of the deceased.
THE CATACOMBS OF ROMEWILLIAM HENRY WITHROW
Sedgrave, the mayor, who had sat quiet during the former service, produced a rosary and prayed openly before the bloody effigy.
It has his effigy in armour, with an ermined mantle, his feet leaning against a lion couchant.
EAST ANGLIAJ. EWING RITCHIE
The last flickering embers of the burning effigy died out and the scene was almost dark.
Witness French Montholieu, for one; Count, or whatever he styled himself; nailed to the gallows (in effigy) after he had fled.
Inside are countless Buddhas, the usual smell of smoky butter-lamps, and an effigy of the saint.
MOUNT EVEREST THE RECONNAISSANCE, 1921CHARLES KENNETH HOWARD-BURY
He was buried in his own cathedral where his effigy still remains.

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