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More than any other it represents difficulties mastered, resources combined, labour, courage and patience.

Italian HoursHenry James

Fig. 1776 represents a drill for stone work, whose edge is made curved to steady it.

Whether Ea (or A-e as some scholars prefer) represents the real pronunciation of his name we do not know.

If you make any other change on it, it represents a different object or impression.

Yet the change which he represents was being slowly prepared by his predecessors.

This short trunk soon separates into two large trunks, one of which represents the vegetable and the other the animal kingdom.

So 733 represents a reconstruction in that sense, is that correct?

Warren Commission (4 of 26): Hearings Vol. IV (of 15)The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy

The third or fourth year represents the age limit, below which hysterical symptoms do not appear.

The Nervous ChildHector Charles Cameron

Let us hope that what Arthur represents—courage and wisdom, love of country and love of right—lives in the hearts of his people.

It represents a chariot, drawn by four animals at full gallop, which appear to be intermediate between tigers and panthers.

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