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representation

(rep'rē-sen-tā'shŭn),
In psychology, image or appearance.
[Fr., fr. L. repraesento, to show]
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The 14 paintings of holy and inspiring women in the chapel of Merion Mercy Academy in Merion Station, Pennsylvania represent the seven corporal works of mercy (left) and the seven spiritual works of mercy (right).
On consummation of the proposal, BancWest would operate the 16th largest depository institution in the market, controlling deposits of $297 million, which represent less than 1 percent of market deposits.
Another challenge was to select a profile that represents a sufficiently broad segment of the market so end-users would find results relevant and useful in evaluating products.
Miles draws the same negative conclusions in her critique of Not Without My Daughter, The Chosen, and Chariots of Fire, films that represent Judaism and Islam within predominantly Christian cultures.
My office is in Oxnard, where we get most of our requests for service, and it will stay here as long as I represent the city,'' said Gallegly, whose new district still includes most of Ventura County.
Cash-out and rate/term refinance loans represent 40.
For example, at least five different members of the City Council claim they represent Van Nuys.
31) First Security contends that these deposits either are unavailable for lending in the Salt Lake market or represent deposits that are raised outside the market or in a national market and are available to support out-of-market banking activities.
Royal Properties continues to represent the MTA in the leasing of train stations including the Yonkers, Hastings, and Port Chester stations.
Corporate: Corporate brands represent the second largest category in licensing today, accounting for an estimated $34.
Additionally, the class 15-A-X certificates represent interests in loan groups 4 and 5.
Additionally, the class A-X certificates represent interests in loan group 5 and group 6; and the class PO certificates represent interests in loan groups 1 through 6.