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Symbolically, the composition links the two formerly sundered halves of the city with the Chancellery on the old eastern side and the garden (linked by a footbridge to the west).
That mixture, he argues, sundered the constituent parts of an "ontotheological synthesis" forged in antiquity and that survived, with some crucial Christian adaptations, into the late Middle Ages.
The two qualities are related: To make a compound, gold atoms must bond with other atoms, yet they cannot do so until they have sundered their bonds with neighboring gold atoms.
MIAMI -- inSpectres of the Sundered Veil (iSV), a new paranormal research group, announces the launch of its new website - http://www.