Left Side

Some articles on side, left side, left, sides:

Mohini - Legends and History - Relationship With Shiva
... again, resulting the composite deity Harihara, whose right side of the body is Shiva and left side is Vishnu in his male form ... depicted similar to the Ardhanari, the composite form of Shiva-Parvati, where right side of the body is the male Shiva and left side is female ... This image's female side represents Mohini and it, as a whole, symbolizes the union of Shiva and Mohini ...
City Church Of Bremgarten - Side Altar
... After the chancel arch are four reconstructions of the side altars of the artist Lorenz Schmid, the north to south of the Archangel Michael, the Mary, the Joseph of Nazareth ... On the left side of the altar is a statue of Quirinus and right Eligius ... to its current location to the left of the chancel arch, replacing the altar of the suffering of the Lord, who had the Magi and other saints as patrons ...
Sphenoidal Emissary Foramen - Morphology and Morphometry
... individuals, and is not always present on both sides of the sphenoid bone (one on each great wing of the sphenoid) ... study, the differences between the right and the left side as well as the differences between the male and the female sex were noted ... Out of the 70 sides observed (35 skulls total), the sphenoidal emissary foramen was present in 32.85% of the cases (20.0% right side, 12.85% left side) ...
Casio BE-300 - Hacking and Reinvention - How To Install Expod
... and press the reset with the stylus on the left side of the BE - Safe Mode ► Hit the reset on the left side of the BE ... ► Hold "OK" and press the reset with the stylus on the left side of the BE - Safe Mode once again ... ► Hit the reset on the left side of the BE ...

Famous quotes containing the words side and/or left:

    Except for poverty, incompatibility, opposition of parents, absence of love on one side and of desire to marry on both, nothing stands in the way of our happy union.
    Cyril Connolly (1903–1974)

    Although the left hand may conquer the right, no advantage is gained.
    Chinese proverb.