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A weathervane is a practical form or sculpture, but it has to work.
And his original Weathervane office now displays a photographic history of his life and work.
Southern Season is also home to the award-winning Weathervane restaurant, boasting a seasonal menu featuring contemporary cuisine with a Southern flair.
KEY WORDS: Patinopecten caurinus, weathervane scallop, scallop quality, shellfish quality
We've all seen roosters, deer, waterfowl, boats, pigs, cows and other items as weathervanes on barns and houses around the country.
They land on the shelf where they watch the flood waters below and the weathervane parrot, stuck facing north, who is the cause of the rain.
Author and artist Fran Padgett, founder of the Weathervane Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to supporting breast cancer research, received the BMW 2005 Houston Hero Award.
Dubai Airshow 2009 is being seen as a weathervane for the aviation industry.
In Canada they include: bag of wind, scuzzball, blatherskite, a trained seal, jerk, pig and, bizarrely, a weathervane.
Her commentary about what this means personally and as a weathervane of the industry was insightful and distressing.
The new logo and packs are simple, fresh and contemporary with the turkey weathervane representing the company's specialism in turkey farming.
South Pavilion, a Grade II listed mansion in the Chiltern Hills not far from Chequers, has seven bedrooms, vast grounds and outbuildings, paddocks and a weathervane tower - for when he feels vain.