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But the opaque black frames stay plastered on his square, alabaster face.
Both were historically well-known as centers for the alabaster trade.
Damon spends the movie looking appropriately flummoxed as his ruinous plans go awry; little Jupe is convincingly precocious; Moore, with her alabaster skin and lacquered ’50s do, seems shellacked by villainy.
Shiploads of alabaster artwork escaped the furnaces and were sent to France.
The mourners are on loan from the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam in exchange for Cleveland's loan to the Rijksmuseum of its famous alabaster mourners from the tomb of Philip the Bold, of Burgundy.
Anyone who rode the Metrolink from Los Angeles to San Diego over the past decade might have spotted Sam along the shore: slathered in sunscreen to protect his alabaster skin, waves up to his waist, hurling footballs over five-foot swells.
By adding lead, antimony, copper, manganese and other natural elements, pieces could be made to replicate lapis lazuli, carnelian, alabaster and turquoise.
The home was stuffed with memento mori, among them skulls carved out of ivory and alabaster as well as a 16-inch-tall bronze skeleton.
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