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He may, once again, just be speaking figuratively not literally.
One thing is for certain, Harvey would have found a way, figuratively or literally.
Lying face up on a plinth in the center of the gallery, Field of Flowers #3 grounds the show figuratively and literally.
For Newark, the Light Rail and other fundamental improvements have positioned the city as the "next stop," both literally and figuratively.
As the son of parents active in civil rights and the local NAACP chapter of his hometown of Camden, New Jersey, Gordon is both literally and figuratively a child of the civil rights movement.
Safavian's decision to literally and figuratively align FAI and DAU is also a significant step in the process, but it is only a step.
While much of this is deliberately startling--sometimes in order to change someone needs to be figuratively smacked in the side of the head with a 2 X 4--he has an exceedingly down-to-earth and salient point: "it is only good ideas that will allow companies to create and maintain a distance from their competitors.
When he starts a new venture, it's invariably with a new set of patents and concepts, which literally and figuratively stretch beyond his previous work.
Figuratively speaking, those numbers may be underestimated, Dr.
Of course, the wistful irony of Ocean is that the imperilled orientation was once literally and figuratively inscribed on our landscape by the railroad itself.
Our industry is figuratively naming 80[degrees]C--cold for a sauna but dangerously hot for a swimming pool.
In a book both literally and figuratively visual, she clearly explains how human vision works and demonstrates that our way of seeing art depends ultimately on the cells in our eyes and brains.