On the obverse
side of ` 500 note, a vertical band on the right side of the Mahatma Gandhi's portrait contains a latent image showing the respective denominational value in numeral
53 (Bo 1284) is an upper-right-hand fragment with some fifteen lines on the obverse
and ten lines on the reverse, and its ductus has been identified as that of the so-called Mittanian school (Wilhelm 1994b: 6; cf.
The metallic ink surrounding the UAE emblem on the top portion of the obverse
side is replaced by multicolour ink print.
of each coin depicts the Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Additional inscriptions on the obverse
are IN GOD WE TRUST, 2010 and LIBERTY.
All medals have an obverse
(front), usually with the monarch's head on it, and a reverse (back).
During that time many civilizations have left their mark on the verse or the obverse
of the coin.
It is Moyglare's prerogative to opt out of what they may regard, with some justification, as a premature commitment to the race, but the obverse
of that decision is that they ultimately have to pay an inflated entry fee if fortunate enough to unearth a genuine contender as late in the day as this.
If this tendency to underestimate others is the obverse
side of a coin that has, on the other side, a continuing tendency to overestimate our own abilities, then the past couple of weeks will have been chastening.
Silver and circular in shape, the obverse
of the medal shows the crowned effigy of the Queen.
After the samples had been exposed to humidity for 5 days, 10 punches were made on the obverse
and 10 on the reverse for each humidity level and each corrugated cardboard type.
Opacity is, logically, the obverse
of transparency, and that's the core concept that authors Kurtzman and Yago had in mind when they created the Opacity Index.