"This variation on a memento mori skeleton ring features the skeleton on a black ground beneath the central crystal (rather than the usual skull or hair seen in rings of this type). The band is a high-carat gold in a beautiful scrolled design with black enameling, and it memorializes the deceased: “J. Gardiner Ob. 19 May 1764 AE 51.” Two smaller crystals bookend the central crystal."
Rare book, Dramatic Color by Overprinting from Donald E. Cooke. This book contains Donald's permutation method and beautiful overprint examples. If you cannot access this book, you could consider "Seasons" which is illustrated by famed French comic artist, Blexbolex
Ratios, Probability, and More POSTER Set!A nice set of 10 posters that provides the definitions of each term along with an example of each.These can be used for hanging around the room or for instruction. All posters are 8 1/2" x 11" and print GREAT in BLACK AND WHITE!Whats included:11 8.5" x 11" posters - Ratio - Proportion - Probability - Rate and Unit Rate - Combination - Permutation - Dependent Events - Independent Events - Tree Diagram…
I always find it a bit amusing how Chinese-American restaurants pad their epic menus by listing every permutation of every ingredient and sauce in their repertoire and then adding or subtracting one ingredient to make it a separate dish. Take sesame chicken (or beef/pork/shrimp/fish) for example. It's essentially General Tso's chicken, with sesame seeds instead of chili peppers. Although it's a dish that doesn't exist outside the English speaking world, it's a perennial favorite in…
A permutation of the memento mori crystal ring, dated 1764. This type of ring usually has a skull or hair in the central crystal compartment, this example encloses a skeleton.The high-carat gold scrolled band is inscribed with the details of the deceased in black enamel : J. Gardiner Ob. 19 May 1764 AE 51.
Dan Friedman (instructor) and Rosalie Hanson (student) typographic permutations, 1970. Friedman addressed the problem of teaching the basics of a new typography through syntactic and semantic investigations. Texture, surface, and spatial layering were explored in his work; organic and geometric forms were contrasted.
Great handout to help you teach your students to use the TI Graphing Calculator to evaluate combinations and permutations. Easy to follow directions. Great in Algebra 1, Algebra 2, PreCalculus, or Statistics. Handout includes four examples. including directions and samples with the newer TI - 84 operating system. Also included in this package is an eleven question worksheet with answer key.
Shawn Maxam recaps racist stories of the past two weeks. -- This list highlights not just examples of bigotry or prejudice but the permutation of systemic oppression through institutionalized racism (macro) to microaggressions. http://ht.ly/dzZOU