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New Delhi [India], November 16 ( ANI ): Raising concern over the toxic blanket that enshrouds Delhi and the surrounding areas over the last few days, Indian cricket team skipper Virat Kohli has urged the public to do something about pollution in the national capital region rather than playing a blame game.
Team member Prof Martin Ward, head of physics at the university, said: "Together with the other instruments aboard the JWST, MIRI will probe through the dust that enshrouds parts of the Universe and give astronomers a clear view of how stars and galaxies form and evolve.
The direction in which the poetic consciousness is moving signals the overarching concerns of the writer, whose multi-conscious persona grapples with the perceptible and imperceptible darkness that enshrouds the mind.
This year Alissa stumbles into a subterranean crypt and is compelled to open a child's coffin there, only to find the hypnotic plant which enshrouds it takes ahold of her.
In the new theology this celestial pinnacle is occupied by The Market, which I capitalize to signify both the mystery that enshrouds it and the reverence it inspires in business folk.
The star-birth frenzy creates lots of dust, which enshrouds the galaxies, making them too faint to detect in visible light.
In "Spirits of Our Galaxy's Past" (page 22), Web Editor Monica Young dives into the wraith-like streams of stars coursing through the halo that enshrouds our galaxy.
Panic as they reach for their masks The mist that hovers, an eerie green To the soldiers can be clearly seen They know what fate they will befall As this creeping blanket enshrouds them all The roar of the battle rumbles on This whole Battalion's life's blood gone Only 10 minutes out of four years But they'll be remembered with pride and tears The Eleventh Month The Eleventh Hour The Eleventh Day To all who have fallen; our respect we pay
IGR J11014-6103 also is producing a cocoon of high-energy particles that enshrouds and trails behind it in a comet-like tail.
He spun the Italian theme quite loosely, giving issue to a surprisingly varied number of paintings that can be counted among his master-works to date - Love Love's Unlovable, 1994, his perverse take on "abjection" in art in the form of a twin-paneled painting whose brocaded atmosphere enshrouds the statue-heroes like a lurid Roman sunset out of late Visconti; and Begging for It, 1994, with its nasty double entendre, colors that recall Juliet of the Spirits, Fellini's 1965 Technicolor tale of an Italian bourgeois housewife sex-starved into sublimity, and that elegantly prayerful silhouette, reminiscent of Vatican-approved religious art of the '50s and '60s, perhaps by the modernist Manzu.