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An Air India spokesperson said the plane landed at an "uncommissioned runway" and that all passengers are safe.
Even appreciators of uncommissioned Bolivian street art express this tension; as an example, a magazine praising a La Paz graffiti campaign asserts that this work is "a far cry from the mindless taggers and handymen of rival gangs" (Maksimovic, 2014, para.
Breed who want to keep graffiti or uncommissioned street art (11) on their property must contend with two main forms of regulation.
(14) See Kewes, Authorship and Appropriation, 18, who adds that there was little difference between attached and unattached playwrights beyond "the cash retainer," as "members of both of them composed uncommissioned scripts.
Prankster Conor Casby, 35, shot to national prominence when his work, dubbed Biffo On The Bog, and another unflattering - and uncommissioned - portraits of the Taoiseach were featured on RTE news.
The Publications Committee is pleased to grant this year's Lionel Basney Award for the best uncommissioned article published in volume 57 of Christianity and Literature to Monica Brzezinski Potkay, for her essay, "The Parable of the Sower and Obscurity in the Prologue to Marie de France's Lais" 57.3 (Spring 2008): 355-378.
The replacement tanker, still uncommissioned, is known as Nuship Sirius.
TAKE the uncommissioned work from Wales' hottest new playwrights.
Semelroth specializes in uncommissioned pastel portraits.
Stencil artists respond to the dominance of advertising in the urban landscape, reclaiming the streets with uncommissioned art and unsolicited slogans, circulating outside the market economy but alongside its signs: the billboards and hoardings that fill our public spaces.
An earlier effort was a Spinal Tap-style documentary about his touring experiences which, although uncommissioned, was afterwards snapped up by Channel four and aired three times.
That is, of his own existence." It is not surprising that in 1982 Genet brushes this aside with "[Sartre's] book called Saint Genet was really about himself." For in the work that he was about to embark upon, unconstrained and uncommissioned, Genet was engaged in a project at once more artful and more truthful.