This line-out lift image symbolises
the Six Nations challenge presented by Italy.
the increasing darkness falling on our Lord as he comes closer to the Passion.
Explaining her design, she said: "I feel it symbolises
the way many of us feel.
Cathedral spokeswoman Veronica Meredith said: "At the beginning of the service a lighted candle will be extinguished to symbolise
the loss of a cherished life.
Every major world city needs tall buildings of some kind to symbolise
its presence and purpose.
Some of the 60 campaigners brandished buckets and spades to symbolise
the loss of the beach at Deganwy if an access road and sea defences go ahead.
His entire life was committed to the ideals, which the alliance symbolises
peace and communal harmony," he said.
It has a lion for Ginger, representing courage, lilies for an absent Posh, symbolising elegance, the leopard for Scary stands for protection - and her fondness for leopard print, the panther for Sporty is for strength, and the dove for Baby symbolises
Inspired by his love for Greek mythology, Mr Corporal's winning logo features the griffin - a creature that symbolises
strength, courage and intelligence, and whose half-lion, half-eagle physique is an amalgamation of the two national animals of our countries, namely the lion for Singapore and the Philippine eagle for the Philippines.
FOREIGN Minister Ioannis Kasoulides and Austria's Ambassador Karl Michael ME-ller unveiled on Friday a sculpture donated by the Austrian government that symbolises
the current political situation on the island.
The coach highlights the sacrifices and symbolises
self sufficiency in defense as well as successful restoration of Internally displaced Persons (IDP).
THE CARP: Similar sounding to the word "business" in Chinese, the carp symbolises
a wish for benefit or advantage in business.