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All the pieces use clay, glaze, gold leaf, wax encaustic and other materials to create hybrid worlds and creatures, transforming human figures into hanging gardens and vice versa.
As Women’s Media Center co-founder Jane Fonda said in her opening remarks, Clinton has for years been changing lives and ensuring that women’s rights are human rights and vice versa.
By all accounts, Petrino respected Jurich, and vice versa.
The result is that the law can change substantially whenever a Republican administration replaces a Democratic one, or vice versa — even if Congress does not pass any new legislation.
Anytime Auburn loses, Alabama smiles, and vice versa, although much less frequently.
No girls’ teams shall compete against boys’ teams and vice versa.
The Kurds have deep grievances with Iraq’s government (and vice versa) over control of oil and finances — and disputed territories.
Americans trying to visit Turkey, and vice versa, will have to rethink their plans for the short term.
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