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Old 28-03-2015, 06:13 PM   #8
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Manhunter (1986): Tiger Scene ..
"Tiger! Tiger!" is a short story by Rudyard Kipling.. A direct sequel to "Mowgli's Brothers", it was published in magazines in 1893–94 before appearing as the third story in The Jungle Book (1894), following "Kaa's Hunting". The title is derived from William Blake's poem The Tyger" in 1794 as part of the Songs of Experience collection.. Literary critic Alfred Kazin calls it "the most famous of his poems," and The Cambridge Companion to William Blake says it is "the most anthologized poem in English." It is one of Blake's most reinterpreted and arranged works..Shere Khan is arrogant and regards himself as the rightful lord of the jungle.. The word Shere (or "shir") translates as "tiger" or "lion" in Persian, Urdu, and Punjabi, and Khan translates as "sovereign," "king", or "military leader", in a number of languages influenced by the Mongols, including Pashto...

RUDYARD KIPLING was born in Bombay on December 30th 1865, son of John Lockwood Kipling, an artist and teacher of architectural sculpture, and his wife Alice.. His mother was one of the talented and beautiful Macdonald sisters, 4 of whom married remarkable men, Sir Edward Burne-Jones, Sir Edward Poynter, Alfred Baldwin, and John Lockwood Kipling himself..The tiger's closest living relatives are the lion, leopard and jaguar, all of which are classified under the genus Panthera..There are 10 recognized tiger subspecies..Lions have been known to breed with tigers (most often the Amur and Bengal subspecies) to create hybrids called ligers and tigons.. Such hybrids were once commonly bred in zoos, but this is now discouraged due to the emphasis on conservation.. Hybrids are still bred in private menageries and in zoos in China..Tigers have muscular bodies with powerful forelimbs, large heads and long tails...The skull is similar to that of the lion, though the frontal region is usually not as depressed or flattened, with a slightly longer postorbital region...

Modern understanding of ancient Egyptian architecture is based mainly on the religious monuments that have survived since antiquity, which are carved stone with post-and-lintel construction.. These religious monuments dedicated to the gods or pharaohs were designed with a great deal of architectural sculpture inside and out: engaged statues, carved columns and pillars, and wall surfaces carved with bas-reliefs.. The classic examples of Egyptian colossal monuments (the Great Sphinx of Giza, the Abu Simbel temples, the Karnak Temple Complex, etc.) represent thoroughly integrated combinations of architecture and sculpture..Obelisks, elaborately carved from a single block of stone, were usually placed in pairs to flank the entrances to temples and pyramids.. Reliefs are also common in Egyptian building, depicting scenes of everyday life and often accompanied by hieroglyphics...

With advertising using the phrase "exceedingly good cakes", and TV adverts which originally featured the voice of actor James Hayter, the brand had become the market leader in the UK by 1976, a position it still holds over thirty years later.. Varieties of single-serving and individually wrapped cakes have also been marketed..French Fancies were among the 20 varieties of cake that were part of the initial launch in 1967..The last clue of her whereabouts was an appointment to show a house in Shorrolds Road to someone she referred to as "Mr Kipper"..There was a similar case in 2006 involving a 48-year-old female estate agent in Wiltshire who met a client called Mr. Herring.. She was attacked with a sharp object, causing cuts to her arm, and was pushed to the ground, but managed to free herself.. The assailant ran away.. Police have said there is no connection between this case and the disappearance of Lamplugh..The English philologist and ethnographer Walter William Skeat derives the word from the Old English kippian, to spawn..The origin of the word has various parallels, such as Icelandic kippa which means "to pull, snatch" and the Germanic word kippen which means "to tilt, to incline".. Similarly, the Middle English kipe denotes a basket used to catch fish.. Another theory traces the word kipper to the kip, or small beak, that male salmon develop during the breeding season..A kipper is also sometimes referred to as a red herring, although particularly strong curing is required to produce a truly red kipper..

Yama has the following attributes...

He wears of crown of 5 skulls that symbolize the impermanence of the 5 aggregates.. (The skulls are also said to symbolize the 5 poisons)..
He has a third eye that symbolizes the wisdom of understanding impermanence..
He is sometimes shown adorned with a tiger skin, which symbolizes fearfulness.. (The tiger skin is typically seen hanging beneath the wheel)..
His four limbs (that are clutching the wheel) symbolize the sufferings of birth, old age, sickness, and darth...'ve got it!. Let's flap over to the east side of the jungle.. They've always got a bit of action, a bit of a swingin' scene, all right..I can't be bothered with that..Ssssssssome other time, perhaps?..

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