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paint

(pānt),
A solution or suspension of one or more medicaments applied to the skin with a brush or large applicator; generally used to treat widespread eruptions.
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But does the painter know the right form of the bit and reins?
And now we may fairly take him and place him by the side of the painter, for he is like him in two ways: first, inasmuch as his creations have an inferior degree of truth--in this, I say, he is like him; and he is also like him in being concerned with an inferior part of the soul; and therefore we shall be right in refusing to admit him into a well-ordered State, because he awakens and nourishes and strengthens the feelings and impairs the reason.
I bless and wed you," said the painter, with comic unction, laying his hands upon the heads of the lovers.
Twenty painters were longlisted for the award, the winner of which will be announced in September at the Nedbalka Gallery in Bratislava.Women dominateIn 2019, there are twelve female artists dominating the longlist.
I am a mobile painter, whenever and wherever is a costumer I go there along with my paraphernalia.
Painter, who grew up in Spartanburg, remembers helping his father, William Painter, at the community bank where his dad worked.
This painter fromPakistanis splashing some colour onto the hearts of many online with his soulful rendition of one of the songs of Bollywood singer Arijit Singh.
As director of the African American Studies program at Princeton University, Nell Painter seemed to be at the pinnacle of her distinguished career.
Ram Board Painter's Board is specially designed to accommodate the needs of painters and other interior finish workers.
Purple (Kirkcudbright): 15 Alistair Hamilton, photographer; 16 Laura Derby, textiles; 17 Sarah Rogers, jewellery; 18 Lucy Hadley, illustration; 19 Morag Macpherson, textiles; 20 Lizzie Farey, willow weaver; 21 Maggie Ayres, painting; 22 Heather Davies, painting; 23 Claire Cameron Smith, printmaker; 24 Heather M Nisbet, painting; 25 Jennie Ashmore, painting; 26 Janet Ibbotson, textiles; 27 Suzanne Stuart Davies, painting; 28 Geoff Forrest, willow weaver; 29 Fitch and McAndrew, ceramics; 30 Hazel Campbell, painter.
Nell Painter goes to Art School with gusto, and while there, she rediscovers an appreciation for her own hand.
Painters show shaming acts that they perhaps viewed all too often, as when the inebriated throw up, and fantasise about acts they can never have seen, sometimes in ways that modern museums have chosen to obscure by painting over, as when the painter Douris has that man-horse hybrid, the satyr, balance a drinking-cup on his erect penis.