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Thus the image of the Euphrates as a slithering serpent connotes that the river gives not life and sustenance but death and barrenness (barrenness being a major manifestation of sharr in a polity that relies for its very survival on land fertility).
3-9), the authors take up key themes in social-scientific analysis: tribalism, polygyny, sacrifice, reciprocity, wealth, prophecy, and barrenness.
Laura Price, aged 10, Wheelwright Lane Primary' Lauren Lannie, aged nine, Allesley Hall Primary' Jack Sixsmith, aged 11, Heart of England' Abigail Brickley, aged nine, Townland Primary, Earl Shilton' Deanna Sykes, aged eight, Foleshill CE Primary' Lucy Watkins, aged eight, Allesley Primary' Hayley Clower, St Marie's Junior' Esme Dudley, aged 10, Bournebrook Primary' Jordan Beasley, aged 10, Keresley Newland' Aidan Robinson, aged 10, Whoberley Hall Primary' and Barrenness Cherian, Queens School.
There's a stark and haunting beauty to his images and videos, which reflect the loneliness and barrenness of the landscape without trying to explain the scars that are so clearly visible.
It is the right of every person to stand and stare across the beautiful barrenness and desolation of the Martian surface without having to endure the eyesore pieces of crashed spacecraft scattered across the landscape," they wrote in Space Policy Journal.
It was a signal event in contemporary Chinese letters, a hopeful sign that literature has been given a new lease on life after the barrenness of the Cultural Revolution [1966-76].
Liverpool's daunting architecture, disused dockyards and labyrinthine tunnels thus become the scene of p ostDoomsday barrenness that plays host to a furiously intense act of vengeance.
This familiar stamina is traced through generations and heritage and is also seen in other works where it outlasts abuse, illness, romance and barrenness.
31 It was also an important medicine, prescribed by physicians as cure for barrenness and impotence, or as an aid for conception, and used by midwives as medicine for the birthing process.
This spanking new complex includes eight indoor and six outdoor tennis courts, now the domain of the man appointed by Lloyd this winter with the simple brief of unearthing a Lleyton Hewitt, a Venus Williams and other world-class players from the barrenness of the Black Country.
Protection against barrenness, slipping and loss of foal until the autumn of its yearling season, all included in the price of a nomination, so peace of mind.
Significantly, even Christ experienced such barrenness when he asks why God has forsaken him.