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Image from page 204 of “Annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution” (1895)
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Title: Annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution
Year: 1895 (1890s)
Authors: Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of American Ethnology
Subjects: Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of American Ethnology Ethnology Indians
Publisher: Washington : U. S. Govt. Print. Off.
Contributing Library: Boston Public Library
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15 Fig. 17a—Inscription on the right slab of the Tablet of the Crns,Palenque. are prefixed to the glyphs representing the lower orders (cycles,katuns, etc.). Another reason for this belief is that positive evidenceis found in the Escort Dresden codex and in the inscriptions that there is an TABLET OF THE CROSS 735 order of units above the tifth, or t-ycle; that is to say, a sixth, or greatcycle, as Mr Goodman calls it. This being true, there is every rea-

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FiG. 17i)—Inscription on the middle spnoe of The Tablet of the Cross, Palenque. son to believe that it would be represented in the inscriptions hy aspecial character. Examining the seven succeeding double glyphs in the order in whichthey stand, they are found to be as follows: A3. B3, a face character and 73fi MAYAN CALENDAR SYSTEMS [eth. ann.IU tho t-ycle symltol (see tiijure 11a); A4. B4. a face ehaiaeter and thekntun synilx)! (see tigiire 10a): Ao, B5, a face character and the ahausymbol (see tigure %): Ati, B6, a face character and the chuen symbol(see tioure 8(^1: AT, B7. an unknown character (disc ^vith hand acrossit) and the symliol for day (kin) in the aljstract sense, same as the lowerportion of the symbol for the month Yaxkin. At AS. B8, a face char-acter and the symliol for the day Ahau; A9. B9. a face character andthe symbol for tlie month Tzec. These are interpreted l)v ]Mr Good-man as follows: 53-12-19-13-4X20—S Ahau 18 Tzec; that is tosay. the fifty-third great cycl

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Image from page 350 of “Favnae insectorvm Germanicae initia, oder, Deutschlands Insecten” (1796)
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Title: Favnae insectorvm Germanicae initia, oder, Deutschlands Insecten
Year: 1796 (1790s)
Authors: Panzer, Georg Wolfgang Franz, 1755-1829 Sturm, Jakob, 1771-1848, ill
Subjects: Insects
Publisher: Nürnberg : In den Felseckerschen Buchhandlung
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Robert Bosch founded the company on one basic drive: to make technologically innovative equipment. Bosch is credited as the first maker of low-voltage magneto ignition. Robert Bosch’s passion for innovation has influenced the company throughout its existence. The company’s focus on innovation has made it the leading maker of quality automobile parts in the world. The company is also known to manufacture other top of the line products, like power tools.

By 1906, the United states was in the midst of a teddy bear craze. This would be comparable to the Cabbage Patch doll craze in the 1980s and the most recent Beanie Baby craze of the 1990s. An american composer J.K. Bratton created the score for the Teddy Bear’s Picnic with the lyrics being provided by Jimmy Bratton. Teddy bear adventure story books were being written and the teddy bear manufacturers were creating teddy bears that came in all shapes and sizes. The apostrophe ‘s’ was dropped from “Teddy’s Bear” and the word “teddy bear” became the accepted term for this soft plush toy. Steiff, also, adopted the world “teddy bear” for their bear products.

This picture shows him and me, and a few other fellow soldiers, sergeants, in West Germany, down in Darmstadt one afternoon. The Nebenjob Reutlingen is not all that beautiful, compared to other German cities-but it has a nice park. But the park does not show in the picture.

The interior of the new E-Class is a tribute to formal Teutonic style. It may be somewhat angular and solid but it is in the tones of the leather and wood that the honesty of this luxury shines through. As a contrast, leathers and woods in Lexus models look like they have been explained to someone who has never seen a tree or a Prada runway show. The boys and girls at Mercedes really studied up their materials choices on this one.

The car has always been compared with the more powerful 300SL, but there never really was a need for that. It did not have the muscles of this pure thoroughbred, but its quality and sophistication was the same. For some its road holding ability was even better. There was broad agreement at the time that the car could do with a more powerful engine to match the “S” for sport in the name of the SL, but resources in Reutlingen had been limited to finish this project. A larger engine had to wait for a successor model.

The Eurostar delivers all of those benefits and more. It is a five minute walk from Brussels square to the Midi/Zuid train station. An Eurostar leaves for London ten times per day. The minimal wait time is in a comfortable lounge. It is 2.5 hour trip to London’s St. Pancras Station. Plenty of leg room, Wi-Fi, mobile phone availability, food services, and other comforts come with the ride. From St. Pancras a taxi or a brief Underground train takes you to your destination. For me it was two stops to Baker Street. Counting an hour at Brussels station, and London taxi/Underground time, the total travel time is about 4 hours.

Skip ahead a few decades to 2001 when the owner’s decided to do a big time remodel. Architect Atz Herzog (from Nebenjob Heilbronn, Germany) teamed up with local architect John Nelson and builder Bob Patterson to keep the original structure and ambiance intact as much as possible. Once again rocks from Cheyenne Canyon were brought in to match the original stone pillars, and shingles were made to match the old schoolhouse exterior. Last year the basement — with its meter thick walls — was converted into a very successful Rathskeller.

Thorncrown Chapel in Eureka Springs. Named as one of the top buildings erected in the 20th century, Thorncrown Chapel incorporates 425 panels of clear glass that allow views of the native Ozark beauty. Thorncrown Chapel is open from March through December – and there’s no admission charge.

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