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The show contains highly controversial works, including a partially decomposed shark, a bisected pig preserved in formaldehyde, and a portrait of the Virgin Mary surrounded by elephant dung.
Tonga's traditional rival Fiji, has three of its islands - Vanua Levu, Rabi and Taveuni - bisected by the International Date Line.
The postmark has the name of the village, the date of the eclipse and shows the south west peninsula bisected by the line of totality.
THE SPRAWLING CONVENTION CENter was bisected by hotel rooms, pools, and parking lots, making some of the meeting rooms hard to find.
Because the moon's hard light is bisected by radar, Because the souls of past racists are liberals, Because cancer is plagiarizing the hysteria of tuberculosis, Because madness is the narcotic of power, Because Black feet clap the broken streets of glass and oil, Because cars compete with coffins for what most of us will inherit, Because time and appetite eat my memory, Because children thigh into the future surrounded, indelible, Because this voice survives the metropolitan ironies, the blister of shopping malls, Because heroin supports the C.
These include a bright northern polar ice cap bisected by a dark strip, a group of bright spots rotating with the planet, a cluster of dark spots, and a bright linear marking.
The city covers over 80 square miles, is bisected by a major interstate and three state highways, and is served by the Ontario Airport and the Metrolink to downtown Los Angeles The regional economy is strong, evidenced by average annual population growth between 2000 and 2006 of about 2.
The site is bisected by the Garden State Parkway and Routes 9 and 35 and is surrounded by water on three sides, offering views of Raritan Bay which forms the entrance to New York harbor.
Cardona reconfigures the landscape, placing some pieces horizontally on top of others, and the dancing, bisected by the horizontal bars, seems further restricted.
In the moment, Aitken dangles his responses in front of us on eleven large plasma-screen monitors, arranged in an S-curve that here diagonally bisected a darkened room.
Howard Berman would have been dumped from his seat if the political maps - drawn by his brother - hadn't bisected and diluted the Valley's politically powerful Latino communities.
Bisected by a central spine, the new wing contains respite rooms and a patients' lounge at its east end (most with inspiring views over the river), with staff, kitchen and laundry rooms to the west.