detritus


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Les detritus, la salete, les eaux stagnantes et nauseabondes envahissent pratiquement toutes les rues et ruelles du centre ville de Casablanca.
88) ratios suggest significant contributions from mafic and ultramafic detritus derived from Muslim Bagh-Zhob Ophiolite.
detritus is a multi-media installation that pulls images from the 2006-2012 "war on drugs" in Mexico, declared by [then] President Felipe Calderon.
Re:Purposed will explore several of the more recognizable trends among artists who consistently "repurpose" garbage or detritus in their practice.
The detritus that was mentioned (hard muck) is a sight that features right across the town.
Amorphous detritus represents organic precipitates in food webs of streams (Bowen, 1984).
Matching up pieces of plastic, a brainnumbingly difficult process which is akin to some particularly grisly round on The Krypton Factor as you set aside the doll detritus with forensic precision in the hope of returning a toy back to its former glory ?
There are seven headline indicators, namely litter, detritus, graffiti, flyposting, recent leaf and blossom fall, weed growth and staining, which are used to give an overall picture of how clean England is.
Maria and Lucas are carried away by the surge and when the water eventually recedes, they hobble through mud and detritus in search of survivors.
Wednesday, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, UO campus; showing of "Waste Land," which focuses on Vik Muniz, an artist who creates portraits with detritus and then photographs them as "photographic delusions"; free; 541-346-2037 or www.
This cautionary feature reminds end-users of the diaphragm's sole purpose, thus reducing the risk that it will be left in the system after exposure to passivation chemicals and preventing possible contamination from detritus or anodic components becoming embedded in the diaphragm face.