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Each area was labeled either with an O, R, or E to reference the obverse (front), reverse (back), or edge (side) of the chip.
The obverse of the medallion bears the Kingdom of Bahrain's logo.
The kingdom's crest is shown on the obverse of the medal, with a background of the checkered flag along with the name of the 'Kingdom of Bahrain' in both English and Arabic.
The numeral 1,000 and 500 on the obverse of ` 1,000 and ` 500 notes is printed in optically variable ink.
Byrne characterizes the obverse and reverse sides of the Golden State with anagrams' that read like book titles:
Swim flath the mercy tide obverse to myth yet reconstruct the pilloried, their harps-cum mouths abourne and cannot tear at their fleshes in any way to relieve the wind of its particle or the earth of its need or the memories finely-mistacured inside the gray meat which is so aflattered of itself, and hatred.
The obverse of the coin features the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Each coin, which portrays the Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse, is issued as legal tender under the Australian Currency Act 1965.
On the obverse side of the coin, we have us, the vast majority, whose only real possession is our ability to use our mental and physical abilities to earn a wage.
* MAKING MONEY: Queen Elizabeth II, above left, on the obverse and the Roman God Neptune, above right, on the reverse side of the pounds 100 coin.
And why is Judith Rossell's name misspelled in the bibliographic data on the obverse of the title page?