The pool of infinity symbolises
that life goes on and that the memory of the heroes is infinite.
Red can also be a warning indicating potential danger and sometimes symbolises
anger, for example, "seeing red."
Speaking as a new set of rings were unveiled at London's Tower Bridge, the Mayor said the rings symbolise
the Olympic virtues which include: " Exertion, competition, sportsmanship, courage, chastity, poverty".
Legend has it that the tulip symbolises
a declaration of love.
"In honour of this holy season," said St Peter, "you must each possess something that symbolises
Christmas to get into heaven."
Masterminded by former Olympic star Jamie Baulch, the 2006 Welsh Rugby Union calendar contains images that symbolise
Wales's glorious 2005 Grand Slam as it looks forward to another year of rugby greatness.
At the end, as I was taught, you slam a book down on the Prayer Desk to symbolise
The scales of justice she holds symbolise
fairness and balance in judgments.
The five stamens and three styles symbolise
wounds and nails.
Traditionally at the time of New Year Chinese homes will be decorated in red (to symbolise
happiness) and gold (to symbolise
It is to symbolise
the fact that many pupils and parents feel betrayed by the decision to impose a uniform at the traditionally liberal-thinking school.
Church leaders hope the bulbs flowering in the spring will offer joy and also serve to symbolise