For the black pioneer, the West symbolizes
escape from those "conditions of life" specific to African American existence in the East and the South (segregation, anti-black violence, Jim Crow laws).
The inverted glass symbolizes
their inability to share in a toast.
Drake has shown that Constantine himself pursued a policy of tolerance, and that the changes he symbolizes
and the move toward enforcing one prescribed faith actually occurred in the decades following Constantine.
Planned at the heart of an exceptional site that is both open and full of life - the Jardin d'Acclimatation in Paris - the Foundation takes up the challenge of daring and emotion, having commissioned architect Frank Gehry to design a building that will symbolize
the 21st century.
Next, share the art print with the class and discuss how the various components of the picture symbolize
But little else clearly suggested the camel ride of the imagination that the long work was supposed to symbolize
Animals were thought to embody the spirits and powers of nature, and, as art historians know, animals have been used to symbolize
nature ever since.
NYNEX hired an artist, conducted a lot of research on a local level, and came up with contemporary sketches of local icons that symbolize
a special aspect of that particular community.
Initially designed to advertise "Le Bicycle Velocipede" a modern bicycle launched by the Parisian company 'Gladiator' during the high point of the cycling craze, the image came to symbolize
a celebration of freedom and happiness that pervaded Europe during the 'Belle Epoque' period.
Some help cook the big feast, while others might bring a dish to symbolize
I chose to symbolize
an aspect of South Africa's history by emphasizing a statue of a long-departed colonial governor.
Juno and Minerva can be made to symbolize
power and victory by equipping them with the emblems of power and victory - a scepter and a shield.