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Many shells show patterns far more complex than those simulated so far. Figure 7.1 contains a collection of typical complex shell patterns. To show their inherent similarities, they are arranged such that each subsequent pattern contains elements of the preceding pattern as well as new features. Conus marmoreus (Figure 7.1a) shows white drop-like regions on a dark pigmented background. In Conus nobilis marchionatus (Figure 7.1b) the white drops are enlarged at the expense of the pigmented regions. The pattern is reminiscent of staggered wine glasses. Conus pennaceus (Figure 7.1c) shows, in addition, dark lines on a pigmented background, occasionally interrupted by small white drops. In Conus auratus (Figure 7.1d) the dark lines are maintained without the white drops. Instead, a periodic large-scale transition to oblique lines with crossings occurs. Shortly before this transition the continuous background resolves into narrow lines parallel to the growing edge (arrow). Such axially oriented parallel lines on top of a pigmented background are a characteristic pattern element in Conus textile (Figure 7.1e). Unpigmented regions with a drop-like shape occasionally appear. Their lower borders are formed by a dark pigmented line. In regions without pigmented background the pattern displays fine lines with wine glass shape as mentioned above. Similar parallel lines with occasional loops (tongues) are characteristic of Clithon (or Neritina) oualaniensis (Figure 7.1f). Here, however, the regions with fine lines are missing.
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This hymn was written by Bishop Edward Henry Bickersteth, D.D., while he was spending his summer holiday in Harrogate in the year 1875, in a house facing the Stray, lent to him by his friend Mr. Armitage, then Vicar of Casterton."On a Sunday morning in August, the Vicar of Harrogate, Canon Gibbon, happened to preach from the text, Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on Thee," and alluded to the fact that in the Hebrew the words are "Peace, peace," twice repeated, and happily translated in the 1611 translation by the phrase, Perfect peace." This sermon set my father's mind working on the subject. He always found it easiest to express in verse whatever subject was upper¬most in his mind, so that when on the afternoon of that Sunday he visited an aged and dying relative, Archdeacon Hill of Liverpool, and found him somewhat troubled in mind, it was natural to him to express in verse the spiritual comfort which he desired to convey. Taking up a sheet of paper he then and there wrote down the hymn just exactly as it stands, and read it to this dying Christian. I was with my father at the time, being home from school for the summer holidays, and I well recollect his coming in to tea, a meal which we always had with him on Sunday afternoons, and saying, "Children, I have written you & hymn," and reading us "Peace, perfect peace," in which, from the moment that he wrote it, he never made any alteration."I may add that it was his invariable custom to expect each one of us on Sundays at tea to repeat a hymn, and he did the same, unless, as frequently happened, he wrote us a special hymn himself, in which way many of his hymns were first given to the Church."It is not always noticed that the first line in each verse of "Peace, perfect peace," is in the form of a question referring to someone or other of the disturbing experiences of life, and the second line in each verse endeavours to give the answer. Some years later than 1875 an invalid wrote to my father pointing out that he had not met the case of sickness, which induced him to write two lines which appropriately can be added, but which he himself never printed in his own hymn-book, so that I do not know how far he would wish them to be considered part of the hymn.The hymn has been translated into many tongues; and for years I doubt if my father went many days without receiving from different people assurances of the comfort which the words had been allowed to bring to them. The most touching occasion on which, personally, I ever heard it sung was round the grave of my eldest brother, Bishop Edward Bickersteth (of South Tokyo), at Chiselden, in 1897, when my father was chief mourner."
They are dark and thick lines of any engineering design drawing. Also known as object lines, visible lines define the features that will be clearly visible in a particular view. They define the outline or contour of the object. All thick lines are usually drawn 0.6 mm thick.
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