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Figure

Refers to details about price including the bid and offer. See: Handle
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I remember being terribly upset once up the river (in a figurative sense, I mean).
figurative sense to denote the poetic faculty, as in the following
While the ex-manager completed his toilet, he informed Nicholas that as he should have a fair start in America from the proceeds of a tolerably good engagement which he had been fortunate enough to obtain, and as he and Mrs Crummles could scarcely hope to act for ever (not being immortal, except in the breath of Fame and in a figurative sense) he had made up his mind to settle there permanently, in the hope of acquiring some land of his own which would support them in their old age, and which they could afterwards bequeath to their children.
He hissed through his teeth in unexpectedly figurative style that it would take a lot to persuade him to "push under the head of a poor devil of a girl quite sufficiently plucky"--and snorted.
This warrior, who, in the figurative language of his people, was called "the Swooping Eagle," had been the last to abandon the hopes of victory.
By: Nizar Ahmed CAIRO -- 2 December 2017: CafAaAaAeA@ Philo at the SOMA A School and Gallery in Zamalek will be hosting a discussion on the differences and history between figurative and abstract art on December 3.
The OED definitions are not taken here to be an exhaustive list of all the possible interpretations of each term, especially as figurative meaning has to be taken into consideration and it is often not recorded in dictionaries, but they provide a picture of how the senses of base and derived terms may coexist in conversion, and of their relation, which is one of the purposes of the paper.
More than 53 art pieces comprising on calligraphy, landscape and figurative art were put on display while using oil on canvas.
Inscriptions referring to kings in Egyptian hieroglyphics are analyzed for the occurrence and various meanings of figurative language.
A figurative ghost of Han had to be present throughout this entire film,' Johnson said.
Stollak and Alexander (1998) concur with Jensen and claim that a music teacher's ability to use figurative language can facilitate students' understanding of technique, which allows more time devoted to musicality issues, which is the composer's fundamental goal (p.
ISLAMABAD -- A figurative and conceptual drawing workshop concluded here at National Art Gallery (NAG), Pakistan National Council of the Arts (PNCA).