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1 What does this strange mark symbolise?
2 To symbolise their commitment to work together in the future, they will read together an extract from the Swanwick Declaration.
3 In the Middle Ages, men wore them to symbolise their courage and virility.
4 Folds of fat and pendulous breasts symbolise the bounty of the inundation.
5 Tattooing of the body was traditionally used to symbolise ones family lineage and today this art form is again becoming popular.
6 The four rings of the Audi badge symbolise the brands Audi, DKW, Horch and Wanderer, which were combined under the umbrella of Auto Union in 1932 and eventuate into Audi AG in 1985.
7 The domestic pig might well symbolise prosperity to man,(www.Sentencedict.com) so closely knit and tied together were their lives.
8 The completion of the M25 now seems to symbolise the high-water mark of Thatcherism.
9 Whatever the holy sites of Bethlehem symbolise, it is not a world free of pain.
10 In buddhism they symbolise wisdom.
11 Decoding the paintings is not difficult once you know what the component parts symbolise.
12 Dionysius was usually depicted with the flanks of a goat or bull to symbolise his fertility aspect.
13 One way this is done is to project the internal situation into current real situations when they symbolise the internal situation.
14 It was an instant hit, and later came to symbolise Trenet's joie de vivre.
15 Indeed, the outcome of the battle of the battle flag only serves to symbolise ambivalence and irreconcilability in the South.
16 That's why in modern architecture conic roofs are often used. They symbolise a Mansi tent.
17 That's why in modern architecture conic roofs are often used. They symbolise a Mansi tent. This is the building of district tax inspection in the picture.
18 In Hinduism the patterns of the peacocks feathers, resembling eyes, symbolise And stars.
19 He is holding a book and pen, attributes used to symbolise his education.
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