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In auto sales, a slang term for false equity. For example, water occurs when a car owner claims $3,000 in equity on a vehicle when she only has $1,500 in equity.
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All other known waterlily species start life as submerged plants until large enough to send pads to the surface.
The waterlily adds low-growing color; the iris adds tall spiked leaves and flowing blooms.
She took over the job of running the 156-year-old Palm House and its neighbouring Waterlily House five years ago, at the age of just 27.
While this proposal may seem less than shocking given the fact that this is a novel written by a Native woman about Native women, my reading of Waterlily departs from a good deal of the extant scholarship on the novel.
From about 1899 until his death in 1926, Monet devoted himself, obsessively and finally exclusively, to recording the transient appearances of his celebrated water garden at Giverny; and he enjoyed a second artistic coming in the 1950s, when the Abstract Expressionists recognized, in the vast scale of his waterlily paintings, in the near-abstractness of their interdissolving forms, in the dense inscription of painterly gestures and the urgent impasto of painted strokes, anticipations of their own expansive surfaces and depths, which were like those seen through watery lenses.
The two editions of her collected works, Waterlily Fire: Poems 1932 - 1962 (1962) and The Collected Poems (1978), offer the full range of her social commitment and mystical faith.
repair of the eurosets waterlily wound vacuum therapy apparatus, 2013, 1 unit, indicated by the participants4.
Other pictures being recreated for the series include Vermeer's The Concert, which was stolen from a Boston museum in the ?90s, Monet's waterlily canvas, which was destroyed by fire at MoMA in the ?50s, and one of Van Gogh's four sunflowers, which was destroyed in Japan by US bombing during the Second World War.
**LUCAS, Diane (text) Colwyn Campbell (illus.) Spines in the Sand Waterlily, 2011 24pp $25.00 ISBN 9780980642230
In two weeks, Princess Waterlily, heir presumptive to the mermaid kingdom Thalassinia, will turn eighteen and give up her place in the royal succession.