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"ND O CHWDRGHD ORVI". The longer word in the middle simply looks like a misspelling of the German for sword. This would make ORVI a name. Urvi means a Earth in Hindi...but I think this looks more Latin, as in Orvis, a variation of Horatius, meaning hour/time.
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Mar 15, 2010
We think shes a little bit too intelligent. Weve already taught her to come to a whistle and to sit....but she gets into quite a bit of mischief as well! Sinead is looking forward to taking her to puppy pre-school at the local Vets....well keep you posted on her new tricks...
Toggle Commented Nov 7, 2009 on Welcome Rosie at Fernilee
Picked up the other 4 chickens and theres a bit of hussling happening in the chicken pen, sorting out the pecking order. Henny and Penny are not too pleased about Chicken, Licken, Drakey and Lakey. They are still laying though, so we are very pleased (and we have very contented tummies too!).
Toggle Commented Nov 7, 2009 on Henny and Penny at Fernilee
Wow! Carlie is a very brave mummy!
Toggle Commented Nov 7, 2009 on Pregnant Mummy at Fernilee
This is fascinating is like watching the unfolding of a "modern" christian reinterpretation of a long standing "pagan" symbol. Europe had many traditions (celtic being the obvious one to me) that, for instance, utilised a symbolism around the number three...which easily got incorporated into christian teachings on the trinity. Europa was herself a feminine deity - so easily incorporated into a doctrine of veneration of Mary. Reading your near perfect interpretation of this sculpture really shows how a significant work of art can become truly timeless as countless generations can start adorning it with their own interpretations that are as fresh and newly meaningful as the one intended by the artist. I understand Bob Dylan dislikes being asked to explain the meaning behind some of his often difficult lyrics as he feels the true question is "what do they mean to you". Aaron
Toggle Commented Jan 24, 2009 on GOD? at CONNIKA