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... Vehicle registration plates of Botswana for normal motor vehicles begin with the letter B, followed by three numbers, followed by three letters ... These number plates have either a white or yellow reflective background with black lettering ... Public passenger number plates have white lettering on blue background ...
... Its three parts comprise 45 gilded copper plates modeled on Byzantine paragons, similar to the Shrine of the Three Kings at Cologne Cathedral ... concept is reflected in the arrangement of the plates ... The columns of adjacent plates of different ages symbolise their connection according to the ideas of the typology theory ...
... An Israeli vehicle registration plate, or an Israeli license plate, is a vehicle registration plate, a metal or plastic plate or plates attached to a motor vehicle or trailer, used ... Israeli registration plates are issued by various approved licensing firms, like Dinamometer, and according to Specification no ... Most regulations regarding Israeli vehicle registration plates are listed among the transport regulations, issued by the Ministry of Transportation ...
... The primary reasons for excluding job titles are to extend the longevity of a name plate and to promote a culture of meritocracy, where the strength of one’s ... Name plates without job titles have longer lives because someone can reuse the same name plate after changing job titles ... It is rare for an office name plate to contain three or more lines of text ...
... Albert II, uses a Mercedes-Benz S-Class with the number plate, '1' ... All royal family members drive cars with only numbers ... Federal government officials drive cars with number plates starting with an "A" followed by one to three numbers ...
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“A hook shot kisses the rim and
hangs there, helplessly, but doesnt drop
and for once our gangly starting center
boxes out his man and times his jump
perfectly, gathering the orange leather
from the air like a cherished possession”
—Edward Hirsch (b. 1950)
“The more elevated a culture, the richer its language. The number of words and their combinations depends directly on a sum of conceptions and ideas; without the latter there can be no understandings, no definitions, and, as a result, no reason to enrich a language.”
—Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (18601904)
“... What are you seeing out the window, lady?
What Ill be seeing more of in the years
To come as here I stand and go the round
Of many plates with towels many times.”
—Robert Frost (18741963)