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Don't miss this rare performance by FIGORA, live at the 15th annual Chili Solstice at The House Cafe in DeKalb at 10pm on January 10, 2008.

 

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Title: Zoologisch-kritische Bemerkungen zu Aristoteles Thiergeschichte [microform]

Identifier: 4777348

Year: 1857 (1850s)

Authors: Sonnenburg, L

Subjects: Aristotle; Zoology

Publisher: Bonn : Carl Georgi

Contributing Library: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

Digitizing Sponsor: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

  

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hfl» irolittiludttt Ib den heiHgen ßd^ten wird BttMtt oft «wfthiit *)• ' t9b^ V^ nun Herodot das afrikanische Rhinoceros einen Esel mit Hörneni nennt, so erscheint bei Aristoteles nnd Ctesias das indische Rhinoceros als Esel mit Einem Home. Die Nachrichten, welche sich bei beiden Schriftstellern hier- tbef finden, lassen sich, wie Cuvier^) richtig bemerkt, anf kein anderes Thier^, der Hauptsache nach beziehen. Jedenfalls würde man sehr irren, wenn man mit .>i^¥iegmannO glauben wollte, Aristoteles habe das fabelhafte Einhorn") im Sinne gehabt, ein Wesen, das wie die Sphinx und der Greif schon bei den Alten als Product der Einbildungskraft ^ und künstlerischer ThStigkeit vorhanden war. Der Name Rhinoceros findet isich freilich erst bei Agatharchides (um 120 y. Chr.}; es folgt daraus aber gar nicht, dass das Thier früher unbekannt war. Die Ansicht, dass es schon dem Aristoteles bekannt gewesen sei, ist sicher alt; denn bei Pseudo-Callisthenes '^) wird in einem Briefe des Alexander an Aristote- les das Rhinoceros unter den indischen Thieren erwähnt. Es wurde auch schon seit Pompejus Zeiten, wie PliniusO erzählt, in Rom öfter gezeigt, und die indi- schen Kaufleute pflegten ihre Droguen in Schläuchen aus der Haut des Rhino- ceros zu yersenden. Ohne Zweifel war das wegen seiner Festigkeit bewunderte Hörn des scythischen Esels, welches nach Aelian'O Alexander dem delphischen Apollo weihte, ein Rhinoceroshorn. Tychsen') hat sogar versucht, den Ursprung des Namens, den die Braminen**^ dem indischen Esel beigelegt haben sollen. ■'--■■ .i ■ ■ »; '/*■' f^ &■■■ 1) Deuteron. 88. t. 17. lob 88. t. 9. Psalm 22. t. 22; 29. t. 26. Boohart, Hierozoicon p. 814. 886. 344. widerspricht dieser ErklXmng, weil er irriger Weise glaubte, das Thier habe nur Ein Hom, and weil dem Reem (Deateron. 88. y. 17) zwei Homer beigelegt werden.^ Dagegen sagt Linn6 anriohtiger Weise Toatv Indischen Rhinoceros: „Itkxa. lobe memoratos sab nomine Reem." -':■■'- 'fj.'X'.'^k''■:'[':^ V 2) CuTier zu Plin. Hist Nat Excutb. IV. p. 680. ' < ^'^'^ i" - :- 8) a. a. a p. 86. " 4) Liohtensteln, über die Antilopen des nSrdlichen Afrika. Abh. d. KSnicL, Ac*d. d« Wlumwnh., (a B«diii 1824. p. 195. -.• . . .:f?c ... . vA. 5) Gesner, de quadrap. vivip. p. 781 widmet, am dem Geschmack sdner Z^t zu genfigen, aaeh dem Einhorn einen ausgedehnten Artikel, setzt aber unter seine Abbüdang, welche ohngefShr das Einhorn aas Englands Wappen darstellt, die Worte: Figora haec tafiB eet, qualis a pletoiibuB fere hodie pii^tor, de qoa «erti nihil habeo. ■ ^.'' ' ■ , ..; «) m. 17. p. 122. MuelL ' ; '< "■ . * 7) VUL 29 und XH. 15. V'^-' ■■ 8) De nat animal. X. 40. ;■"—,'■■ ■•■'..' -■ m '''- \ 9) Heeren, Ideen L Abth. L p. 615. '•' 10) Adian. De nat aninuO. XVL 20. ' .1. . • ■ . . - ■ ., •. ^ ' ,- m4 ■ M 1 , <-^<K v-5-,-,..» t/v .-■■«!?:. '■m (M^ ''■■■'%■' _ ^^... j^- ■;.;:*-«■,< :*,""^" .*« ~ * j^ ■ :^: ■

  

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Encontrei essas figoras na net dao otimas pra decoupage alguem pode me dizer se tem um papel especial para imprimi-las??

Jim Figora, a junior art major, putts for the hole on the fourth hole at the disc golf course Wednesday evening. "Disc golf is a great way to take your mind off the stresses in the world." Figora said

Title: Empresas espirituales y morales ...

Identifier: empresasespiritu00vill

Year: 1613 (1610s)

Authors: Villava, Juan Francisco de

Subjects: Devotional literature Meditations

Publisher: Baeça : Fernando Diaz de Montoya

  

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eucídcsíegudizc FIIdí©^ y . EMPRESA SSXTué. TUniJih^ es, que fon tancudicíofas y amigas de comer lan-ío, c^í,27 g,oítas,qac qaajKio las miuffcsdcl n)onrc Csfio ci-tan en vereca y flor, y fe las come cÜapcüif^racanaiía, demandan al Gicloios vezinos, que acudan eí-tasaucs para que fe lascomany acabco,y aisiio hazcn en etcüo. Biua figora de loque paila enlosa^uaro5,y es-, que ya qoe.con taofs cudícía roban loagcnoj no es para guzarlojfioo para que otros co-man y ciiunfe^/coátcntandoíexiios con comer langoítay, y psííar vida milcrable. Por cfta caufa le^dBfhe. dize el Apoilol a cfte.vício,feruíüubrc de ídolos,!• porque ay muchos que el dinero no lo tienen fino para hazcTlcadoracion, porque les parece que eiomnípotentccomo Dios, y afií le facrifican fu co^fa^on, hazen penitencia en íüíeTaicIo y le ofrece»íangrc de pobres, Paíiando puescn la cu-jdicla lo que paíía entre las langoftasy cílas aues, no es mucho quealcudicíofo fe ié de cilaEmprcfa. L ^ .i

 

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Title: Iconologia

Identifier: iconologia00ripa

Year: 1645 (1640s)

Authors: Ripa, Cesare, 1560-1645 Castellini, Giovanni Zaratino, 1570-1641 Duke University. Library. Gilbert Collection

Subjects: Emblem books, Italian Emblems

Publisher: In Venetia : Presso Cristoforo Tomasini

  

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ormentante affligge 1 huomo » pet labtuttczza,dishoncre,e danno dellerror com-imeflo,giudicato dalla confcienzaj onde il Profera nel Salmo iS.così dice. Non è pace nel-lofsamie della faccia dei peccato mio. Il color del vellimento, & il percoterfi itpetto fignifìcano dolore, & renderfi in- colpadeglerrori commefiì, per le ragioni dette difopra. Lo flare inginpcchfoni mirando il Ciclo edimandar perdono delle ofifefe fatte à Dio perpropria colpa. Il Pellicano dice S.Girolamo, che doppohauer col becco vccifi ifuoi figliuoli, ftà tregiorninel nido continuamente piangendo, ilche è vero efFetro del p€ntimentD>comc difscil Rufcelli ncllinrprefa del Cardinale dAu-gufla à fimil propofito : Delle lagrime parlaOuidio nel lib.p. dcHe Metamorf. ncHAlle»gonadi Biblirrarmutatain fonte, per efscm»pio, che quando ci vediamo giunti à penitcn-ria di qualche noflro errore, debbiamo tifo!uercrin lagrime, per fegno, che fiame vera-meo to pentiti. PERI- p Libro Secondo.RI e O 481 o.

 

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VNgiottane, chccaminando per via pie-na dhetbette» 6:fiori calpcfti vn fet-penteiil quale riaolgcndod Ara in atto fiero dimorficargli la gamba, gli fra vicino dalla par-te deftra vn prccipitio» SC dalla finiftra vn tor-rente dac^ua^Sarà appoggiato advna dcbolcanna,& dal cielo fi veggia cadere vn folgore. Ancorché lo ft3to,& la vita sì del Giouane,.come del vecchio fia fallace, & dubbiofa di-cendo il Signor Dio generalmente à tutti,£-Jìote parati quiamfcitis» ncque dicm» neqtte ho-ram > tutrauia il giouane ftà io maggior peri-colo dd vecchio per laudacia, ardite,& Vigo-re,il quale la^fà,che precipitofamente fi efpon-ghi fotto ad infiniti pericoli. Quefta fìgora del pericolo in forraadi Gio-uane morfato da fcrpe in via fiorita, mi fa fou-uenitevncafofttcccfioà Bagnacauallo advnGiouane il quale andando per vnx> ameno ca-po con larchibugio su la fpalla vide vn ferpe,pigliò là mira per vcciderla : mi larchibugiocrepatofi vccife lut,& là ferpe fugg

  

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Jim Figora, a junior art major, putts for the hole on the fourth hole at the disc golf course Wednesday evening. "Disc golf is a great way to take your mind off the stresses in the world." Figora said

Title: Noua iconologia di Cesare Ripa perugino, caualier de SS. Mauritio & Lazzaro. Nella quale si descriuono diuerse imagini di virtù, vitij, affetti, passioni humane, arti, discipline, humori, elementi, corpi celesti, prouincie d'Italia, fiumi, tutte le parti del mondo, ed'altre infinite materie. Opera vtile ad oratori, predicatori, poeti, pittori, scultori, disegnatori, e ad'ogni studioso. Per inuentar concetti, emblemi, ed imprese, per diuisare qualsiuoglia apparato nuttiale, funerale, trionfale. Per rappresentar poemi drammatici, e per figurare co'suoi propij simboli ciò, che puo cadere in pensiero humano. Ampliata vltimamente dallo stesso auttore di trecento imagini, e arricchita di molti discorsi pieni di varia eruditione; con nuoui intagli, & con molti indici copiosi

Identifier: nouaiconologiadi00ripa

Year: 1618 (1610s)

Authors: Ripa, Cesare, fl. 1600

Subjects: Emblems Symbolism in art

Publisher: In Padova : Per Pietro Paolo Tozzi, nella stampa del Pasquati

  

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ór<5)(lb dinotano roperatióni ài\ cólóidel Sole»che ki è iaolto amico , il che figiiifica Ò ratio ■neirO/fc 31 .del i libro dandogli lepiteto die fi nolo. La ghirlanda Jiotnello caricò di manna *che tiene in capo, e per dinotare, che il Cieloin quello luogo e bùniiUmo,& vi pione laigamente giocoi.da, & fiiutifcra rugiada dellamanna , & perche quella, che fi ricoglie (òpralorno è lamiglioie, & la più perfetta , perciòdi quello albero le facciamo laghirjauda. Se nondi altra pianta. Con le diuerlè vue fi dimoerà la copia Ati gencroll vini,che fi fanno in quella Pronincia.Il quali portaudofiin diiierfc parti dItalia far»no Hicnrorabileil pacfeiSc il fuo nome» H ramo di gineftra coboccioli di feta , labambace, & le canne mele fono gli altri fruttipiù fpeciali, per li quali fi rapprefenta mag*giormente la Prouincia» facendonifi, come o*gni vn sàjgrandillìma quantità di feta,di baiabagia, & di zuccaro. P V- Parte Primaj> P V G L I A 2^57

 

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DONNA ^i carnagione adufia:, eh ef-fendo veftita JVn fottil velo, habbia fo-pra deffe alcune urantole , fìmili a^* ragiiigroflì ngatididiiieifl colori,ftarà la detta figora in atto di ballare, liatietà in capo vna bellaghirlandadi vliivo coni! Aio flutto, & con ladeftramano rcrrà con bella gratia vn mazzodi fpighc d!giano,e VII raniodi mandolocoufoglie.e flutti,haiieià da vna parte vna Cico-gn3,che habbia vn3=(èrpe in bocca ,,& dallal-tra diuerflinftiomenti da fonarc,&.ii)p3rxicolare vn tamburino, & vii pif?àio. Eù dagli antichi chiamata quefta ProuiiKeia Apulii da Apulo antichillimo Rè di q«efio luogo.chequiui venne ad habitaremoltotempoaiiantilaguerra di Troia. Dipingefì di carnagione adufta, e veftita di(bttil velo,perdimoftrareil grancalore,& fìc-cita,che nella Puglia per lo più fi truoiia , perlaqual coiafacoftrettoOratioà direnellOéeìfCfedott.Siticulofii^^lis,, nominandola. così piena di fere, & parimente Perfie nella rSatira. Nec lingut

  

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URMIA's 45th Annual Conference, Unbridled Champions of Risk, was held in Louisville, KY.

 

WELCOME AND ASSOCIATION HIGHLIGHTS - President Anita Ingram, Executive Director Jenny Whittington, and Conference Chairs Steve Bryant, Luke Figora, and Kathy Hargis

 

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Im not sure where they came from, but they looked nice on stage...

URMIA's 45th Annual Conference, Unbridled Champions of Risk, was held in Louisville, KY.

 

WELCOME AND ASSOCIATION HIGHLIGHTS - President Anita Ingram, Executive Director Jenny Whittington, and Conference Chairs Steve Bryant, Luke Figora, and Kathy Hargis

 

Shot 9/22/2014

URMIA's 45th Annual Conference, Unbridled Champions of Risk, was held in Louisville, KY.

 

WELCOME AND ASSOCIATION HIGHLIGHTS - President Anita Ingram, Executive Director Jenny Whittington, and Conference Chairs Steve Bryant, Luke Figora, and Kathy Hargis

 

Shot 9/22/2014

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Identifier: philtrans02792928

Title: De Inventione Centri Oscillationis- Per Brook Taylor Armig. Regal. Societat. Sodal

Year: 1753 (1750s)

Authors: Taylor, B.

Subjects: Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society

Publisher: Royal Society of London

  

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Ci ^upereft, ut h^c excmplis aliquoi:illuuremus. Ex. I. Sit figora propcfi-.^j Pyramis -yy—^^^ ADC, cnjus bails elt pgr. A D, lltquj j^ Pit motus centri gravitarh in piano rr-mfciin- te per verticeni C & diametru n billsE F lateri A B paralleiam. Ad calculum commodiffime inft^ruen-dum, fit ipfe vertex C ccnrru n lufp^n-fionis. Turn ad modum Prok i. redu-catur figipa ad planum phyfi urn tri-anguH Ifofcelis C E F, in quo e f paral-lelaipfiEF repr^ftn-at lineanj phyficamex particulis p compofitam. Sit C H ~ a. HF

 

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( -r ) HF-b, 8cCh = x. Turn ex natura figurse erit b Xe h = —5 &pan:icula p fita ad pandum z erit ut x ; vela Potius, hdco h z == V, erit v x eiementi prifmatici bafo, & p erit ut V X x. llnde erit C — C z q. x v x x =: V x x^ 4~x r v^ X. Ideoq; fumma omnkm C z q : x p in lined h z erit v i x^ -\ 3 & in liaea e f (pro v po- nendo— ) erit lumma ilia — xx x-^. Qnde a / ^ a3 iteium capiendo fluentem, & pro x fcribendo a^ erit ^ 6 b a^ + 2 b3 ^ _ . . ^ C = K a^. Eft autem pyramis ipfa A. 2t b a a_ .5 8^ diftantia centri gravitatis G a vertice C eftCG=^a. Unde- —CGq: =r5=:CGxGO 4 A ^ A CMaaM* - ^^ta^i ■ n ■■ ■■ ■■■■! ••^^■-^ -^ Ejt. 2. Sit figura propofira Conus reftus defcriptus ro-tatione trianguli ifofcelis E C F circa perpendiculiitnCH. Hie iterum futnpto vertice C pro centro fafpenfionis,& faftis C H = a, H E = b, C h = x, h z == v, uc fuprajerit p = 2 % v >^V— xx — vv^ uade C ^ 2 vx K K K X X + VV K V — X X — V V. Sit B

  

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URMIA's 45th Annual Conference, Unbridled Champions of Risk, was held in Louisville, KY.

 

WELCOME AND ASSOCIATION HIGHLIGHTS - President Anita Ingram, Executive Director Jenny Whittington, and Conference Chairs Steve Bryant, Luke Figora, and Kathy Hargis

 

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Identifier: philtrans02792928

Title: De Inventione Centri Oscillationis- Per Brook Taylor Armig. Regal. Societat. Sodal

Year: 1753 (1750s)

Authors: Taylor, B.

Subjects: Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society

Publisher: Royal Society of London

  

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llatione ipfim corporis A. Conftattam ex Natura centri gravitatis, quam ferPr^^ « 1-/1 • G G X A . C z qi ^ p 1. Eitenim—go— aggregatum omnium --tj^—T C Oq: Prop. 5i ( >o Prop* 5. Prob, 2,Dalis corporis cujufvis magnitudim A^ cmtro grdviiatiiG» d^ pHn9o fuf^enftouis C Jnvemre ejufdem cm*trnm Ofcillatioms 0. Fit per Theor i. inveniendo quantitatem C3 vel per Theor* 2. quserendo quanticatera D. Scholium. Ad inftituendnm calculum in ca(a parricukri, eligendaeft quaotitas C vel D, prout fuggerit natiira figure pro^pofit^. Dcin data earum alcerucra, akera iteai dabirurper ^quationem (^Prop, 5.J C == C G q: x A + D. Ua- de etiam dabiiur pgr C G x G O i--? ~- (Cor. Prop. IJ A c A — C G q :, Cujus ope, ex datis centre gravita-tes 8^ pundco fufpcnfionisj daturcentrutn Ofcillationisperfolam uivifionem. Quare in quolibet cxempio fempercommodiflimum erk hoc parellelogrammum primiimeruere, vel per computum ipfius D, vel per quantitarcmC, ex jdonca aiuimprione centri fufper.fioni?. A

 

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Ci ^upereft, ut h^c excmplis aliquoi:illuuremus. Ex. I. Sit figora propcfi-.^j Pyramis -yy—^^^ ADC, cnjus bails elt pgr. A D, lltquj j^ Pit motus centri gravitarh in piano rr-mfciin- te per verticeni C & diametru n billsE F lateri A B paralleiam. Ad calculum commodiffime inft^ruen-dum, fit ipfe vertex C ccnrru n lufp^n-fionis. Turn ad modum Prok i. redu-catur figipa ad planum phyfi urn tri-anguH Ifofcelis C E F, in quo e f paral-lelaipfiEF repr^ftn-at lineanj phyficamex particulis p compofitam. Sit C H ~ a. HF

  

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Figora is a DeKalb native, Japaneese noise band with a hip hop bent.

These are some of the things they use to create thier very special brand of Rock.

This was the Otto's Holloween show featuring Buffalo, Figora, Coldhawk, and Sealed Casket.

It was Coldhawks last show as thier bass player is moving to seattle...

Yes, seatlle... i dont know...

The show was also co-sponsored by The Independant Rock Barn, a barn on a farm down the street from my place that hosts rock shows every so often.

Kindof odd that thier teamed up with Otto's, but whatever.

Ezmerelda, Sahara Dunes, and Ysabella Figora preparing for a performance at Barracuda in Portland, OR for Hot Flash

General Wasabi Ho (aka Franklin Zapatista)

Yet again, I missed Figora, but I was able to snap a few shots after the show. I hear it was pretty good...

Midwest coast?

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