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Turin-Milan Hours - The Miniatures and Borders
... The borders, with one exception, all follow the same relatively simple design of stylised foliage, typical of the period when the work was started, and are largely or completely from the first phase of decoration in ... In the pages completed in the earlier campaigns the borders are further decorated by the miniaturists with small angels, animals (mostly birds), and figures, but the later ... The single exception to the style of the borders is a destroyed page, with the main miniature a Virgo inter virgines by Hand H ...
An Nhon District
... The north of the district borders Phu Cat, the east of the district borders Tuy Phuoc, the west borders Tay Son, and the south-west borders the mountainous ...
Balmoral Reef Plate
... Clockwise from the north, it borders the Pacific Plate, Australian Plate, Conway Reef Plate, and the New Hebrides Plate ... The northern and western borders are a divergent boundary while the rest of the borders are transform and convergent boundaries ...
Cacoma Knight In Bizyland - Gameplay
... Magical Chalk to section off an area of the landscape, using either the borders of existing cleared sections or the borders of the screen ... shape is completed with no holes in its borders, the smaller of the two sections created is "purified" and returned to the original state shown at the beginning of the level ... Some enemies can only move along the borders of the screen and the chalk lines that the player creates, others have free rein of the screen within given borders ...
San Giacomo (Valle Castellana) - Borders
... San Giacomo is situated on the border of the Italian regions of Abruzzo and Marche ... Prior to the formation of the united Italy in 1861, this land served at the point of demarcation between the Kingdom of Two Sicilies and the Vatican State ...

Famous quotes containing the word borders:

    Love works at the centre,
    Heart-heaving alway;
    Forth speed the strong pulses
    To the borders of day.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)