We have multiple options to convey
our greetings to others.
Anne in the Studio, 2000, in which a woman rests her head in her hand, conveys
the meditative mood of Arikha's works.
He describes his world-wide travels and desert locales with an alertness reminiscent of Edward Abbey's Desert Solitaire (Lane conveys
his indebtedness to Abbey for several of his insights.
The Church must always seek to convey
accurately in translation the texts she has inherited from the biblical, liturgical, and patristic tradition and instruct the faithful in their proper meaning.
Whether the speaker is mildly amused, delighted, or hysterical, his thoughts might be expressed in essentially the same signs, but facial expressions convey
the mood intended.
Air velocities below the saltation velocity will create instabilities in the conveying system, the worst being the inability to convey
material from pickup point to receiver.
at the end of Thriller, images of doors and windows also convey
the voyeurism of sexual awakening--nor only the curiosity about others but also the inherent narcissism of adolescence.
Rule of thumb: On systems that convey
material from one source to multiple receivers via a common material line; If only one receiver in the system conveys
correctly, the problem is probably at THAT receiver.
Instead, he conveys
those rare moments when the intimate relationship between ostensibly hermetic, resolutely private space and socially shared space becomes evident (if never entirely self-evident)--when they spontaneously reach a state of equilibrium and become emotionally equivalent.
It's said to be a simple system that conveys
and cleans regrind in one step.
vertically up to 40 fl and horizontally up to 80 ft.
Model 100 system conveys
injection molded parts 50-75 ft and can be used to convey
scrap (necks, tails, rejects) to grinder.