Some articles on descent:
... In film The Descent, a 2005 horror film The Descent Part 2, the 2009 sequel to the 2005 film Descent (2005 film), a television film on the Sci-Fi Channel Descent (2007 film), a ...
... Arabic داني ايمن كيكي) is a Bulgarian footballer of Arab descent, currently playing as a midfielder ... His mother is of Bulgarian descent, but his father is of Syrian descent ...
... Descent of the Ganges at Mahabalipuram, in the Tamil Nadu state of India, is one of a group of monuments that were designated as a World Heritage Site since 1984 ... The legend depicted in the relief is the story of the descent of the sacred river Ganges to earth from the heavens led by Bhagiratha ... The descent of the Ganges and Arjuna's Penance are portrayed in stone at the Pallava heritage site ...
... "Possession", "When Death Had No Name" and "Descent" Rehearsal demos exist for these tracks and circulate on bootlegs ... A finished version of "Descent" was later released on the Samhain album Final Descent ...
... a made man, the inductee had to be a male of full Southern Italian (preferably Sicilian) descent ... requirement has been loosened so that males of half Italian descent through their father's line can also be inducted ... Some examples of made members who are not of full Italian descent include John A ...
More definitions of "descent":
- (noun): The act of changing your location in a downward direction.
- (noun): The kinship relation between an individual and the individual's progenitors.
Synonyms: line of descent, lineage, filiation
- (noun): A downward slope or bend.
Synonyms: declivity, fall, decline, declination, declension, downslope
- (noun): A movement downward.
Famous quotes containing the word descent:
“My life has been one long descent into respectability.”
—Mandy Rice-Davies (b. 1944)
“In the world of the celebrity, the hierarchy of publicity has replaced the hierarchy of descent and even of great wealth.”
—C. Wright Mills (19161962)
“And every stone shall cry,
In praises of the child
By whose descent among us
The worlds are reconciled.”
—Richard Wilbur (b. 1921)