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  • The Greek Column

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    The Greek Column A French champagne cognac with a Centaur trademark, called Remy Martin, is featured in several magazine advertisements resting on a column in various positions. The one being analyzed in this article shows the bottle of Remy Martin and a pair of glasses placed on top of a column so tall that it reaches above the clouds. It invites the viewer: "Want to come up for a drink sometime?" At the bottom right corner, the Centaur logo is repeated, along with a short description of its

  • The Ionic Column

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    The Ionic Column Throughout history, art has become the main source for entertainment, enlightenment, and acknowledgement. It entertains those who are bored in the everyday life. It enlightens those who seek another world and those who seek beauty with wild imaginations. It acknowleges those who seek development in nature and their own world. From the cave drawings of Paleolithic art in Lascaux , to the Ancient Egyptian pyramids, and to the classical Greek sculptures, art is a never ending

  • The Vertebral Column

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    The vertebral column is made up of 33 vertebrae that unite together to form a singular structure. The Vertebral column lies in the middle of the body, from the base of the skull to just below the hip bones. The vertebral column is split into five separate sections. The Cervical, made up of 7 vertebrae, Thoracic, 12 vertebrae, Lumber, 5, Sacrum, 5 fused vertebrae and the coccyx, 4 more fused vertebrae. Each individual vertebral are separated by interverbral discs are joined together by ligaments and

  • Column In Architecture Essay

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    A column in architecture is a vertical pillar or post which transmits through compression, the weight of the structure above to other structural elements below. Columns could support a roof or beam, or they can also be purely decorative. The term column applies especially to a large round support with a capital and base; and it is typically made of local stone, marble, granite, or in some fashion with that appearance. A column has three main parts of its structure: the base, the shaft and the capital

  • The Column Antoninus Pius

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    The Column of Antoninus Pius was a Roman triumphal column dedicated to honor the Roman emperor Antoninus Pius and his wife Faustina the Elder by his successors, co-emperors Marcus Aurelius and Lucius Verus, in 161 A.D. The column alone was 14.75 meters high and 1.90 meters in diameter, which was composed, of red granite, with no reliefs on the column like other triumphal columns such as those of Trajan and Marcus Aurelius. The column itself has been lost to history, however the base expresses iconography

  • Description and Function of a Distillation Column

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    Description and Function Distillation column utilities in a way such that a mixture is separated into its component by heating the mixture to a temperature in which one or more of its component will evaporate and then is condensed and collected[1]. Types of distillation columns: There are different types of distillation columns [2]:  Simple distillation column[12] Simple distillation is when a liquid is boiled and the vapor moves up through the column until it reaches the condenser and is cooled

  • Column Chromatography Essay

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    methods of chromatography. One method of mixture separation by chromatography is the column chromatography. Column chromatography gives a clear visual separation of components throughout the column. It is a cheap, simple method however it is time consuming. Another method of chromatography is thin layer chromatography which can be used to determine the number of components present within a mixture and to monitor column chromatography (Mohrig, et al., 2006). Thin Layer Chromatography is commonly used

  • Analyzing the Column of Trajan

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    Flavian Amphitheater, Arch of Titus, and Column of Trajan. Also referred to as Trajan’s Column, the iconic sculpture retains a prestigious appearance as it’s shown with characteristics of empowering height and intricate detail (Fig. 1). When analyzing such a remarkable piece of artwork one should consider the different elements that pertain to the subject matter and historical context. With that in mind, this paper presents the argument that the column is not only a portrayal of the Dacian Wars

  • The Adult Spinal Column

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    short-term cyclic loading with standing recovery. Future models will treat the tissues as poor-assume elastic and 3D in order to be more accurate and the relationship between repetitive lifting and disc degeneration T I. INTRODUCTION he adult spinal column is made up of 26 bones, called vertebrae: 7 cervical in the neck, 12 thoracic in the rib area, 5 lumbar in the lower back, a sacrum and a coccyx. Located between adjacent vertebrae are intervertebral discs. The human intervertebral disc acts as

  • Complications Of Colllapsible Steering Column

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    Steering Column (Mesh). What is the collapsible steering column? The collapsible steering column is a mechanism containing two interlocking shafts that collapse in a telescopic fashion when compressed. Why do we use collapsible steering columns? Collapsible steering columns are a necessity in automotive vehicles. This is because without the mechanism, the steering column would often impale the driver once the vehicle experienced a sufficient impact. Once implemented, the steering column can absorb