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Cult Of Artemis At Brauron - Festivals and Rituals
... Early on the participants wore actual bear skins, but by the 5th century bears had become scarce ... The skins were substituted with Krokoton ... saffron-yellow chiton dresses were meant to symbolize the bear skins and were "shed" during the final ritual to symbolize the participant's maturation ...
Laptop Skin
... A laptop skin is a precision-cut vinyl adhesive material, usually with some design, photograph, or other image, designed for application to the outside of a laptop, usually on the back of the LCD ... Laptop skins are designed to be durable and to give laptops a unique, customized look while also protecting the laptop from scratches and other damage from wear and tear ... Laptop skins can also be used for branding purposes, promoting a company name, product, or cause ...
Larissa Wilson
... In February 2008, Wilson guested at the Shockwaves NME Awards alongside fellow Skins actor Nicholas Hoult to present singer Kate Nash with the award for Best Solo Artist ... She also reunited with Skins costar April Pearson (who played Michelle) in the 2009 film Tormented, a comedy-horror about a bullied teenager who comes back from the dead to take revenge on his ...
Shirts & Skins - External Links
... Shirts Skins on LOGO Shirts Skins at the Internet Movie Database Official Website of the San Francisco Rockdogs Official Facebook Shirts Skins Fan Page ...
Lily Loveless - Career
... Loveless made her acting debut in the third series of Skins, playing the sexually confused, outspoken political activist teenager Naomi Campbell ... Following this, Loveless secured many roles, including Anna in The Fades penned by former Skins writer, Jack Thorne (playing the role in both the pilot and the following series) Sadie in Sky ... would reprise the role of Naomi Campbell in the seventh and final series of Skins ...

Famous quotes containing the word skins:

    On their slag heap, these children
    Wear skins peeped through by bones and spectacles of steel
    With mended glass, like bottle bits in slag.
    Stephen Spender (1909–1995)

    What were our praise to them? They eat
    Quiet’s wild heart, like daily meat;
    Who when night thickens are afloat
    On dappled skins in a glass boat,
    Far out under a windless sky;
    While over them birds of Aengus fly....
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)

    The photograph is married to the eye,
    Grafts on its bride one-sided skins of truth....
    Dylan Thomas (1914–1953)