Some articles on public, seven stars public house, public house, seven stars:
... A depiction of a mandala may be less public than that of a deity ... That of a higher tantric deity may be less public than that of a lower ... The degree to which information on Vajrayāna is now public in western languages is controversial among Tibetan Buddhists ...
... responsibility and financial resources for providing public services among different levels of governance ... planning, financing and management of public functions from the central government or regional governments and its agencies to local governments, semi-autonomous ...
... in science, and science in general, is often interpreted much differently in the public sphere than in the scientific community ... This is due in part to the diversity of the public audience, and the tendency for scientists to misunderstand lay audiences and therefore not communicate ideas clearly and effectively ... Also, in the public realm, there are often many scientific voices giving input on a single topic ...
... The Seven Stars Public House (grid reference ST591727) is an historic public house situated on Thomas Lane, Bristol, England it was built in the 17th century and is a grade II listed building ... family brewing dynasty "…a half tenement, the sign of the Seven Stars, St Thomas Lane" ...
... is a public utility company based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, serving more than 3.3 million electric customers and 1.8 million natural gas customers in ... Operating companies include Northern States Power Company, Public Service Company of Colorado, and Southwestern Public Service Co ...
Famous quotes containing the words house, stars and/or public:
“I came on a great house in the middle of the night
Its open lighted doorway and its windows all alight,
And all my friends were there and made me welcome too;
But I woke in an old ruin that the winds howled through;
And when I pay attention I must out and walk
Among the dogs and horses that understand my talk.”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)
“While the stars that oversprinkle
All the heavens, seem to twinkle
With a crystalline delight;
Keeping time, time, time,
In a sort of Runic rhyme,
To the tintinnabulation that so musically wells
From the bells, bells, bells, bells,”
—Edgar Allan Poe (18091849)
“The average Kentuckian may appear a bit confused in his knowledge of history, but he is firmly certain about current politics. Kentucky cannot claim first place in political importance, but it tops the list in its keen enjoyment of politics for its own sake. It takes the average Kentuckian only a matter of moments to dispose of the weather and personal helath, but he never tires of a political discussion.”
—For the State of Kentucky, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)