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104 example sentences with  repainted

104 example sentences with repainted

What meant the fathers by establishing this perfectly living institution before the church,this institution which needs no repairing nor repainting, which is continually enlarged and repaired by its growth?

Yet if the vessel were really one of mystery, as it seemed to be, its owner would no doubt go across to some quiet anchorage on the Algerian coast out of the track of the vessels, and calmly proceed to repaint, rename and disguise his craft so that it would not be recognized in Marseilles, Naples, Smyrna, or any of the ports where private yachts habitually call.

"They would repaint and alter her appearance.

Perhaps they were both cruising again, with their yacht repainted and bearing a fresh name.

The yacht's name had been changed to the Lola, and she had been repainted.

Muriel and I, it seems, were taken merely in order to blind the shore-guards and Customs officials as to the real nature of the vessel, which when safely out of the Channel, was repainted and renamed the Lola, until her exterior presented quite a different appearance from the Iris.

And she made him repaint for her the high lights of an episode of Mark King making a name for himself and a fortune at the same time in the Klondike country.

And then I'd have the Hall repainted.

After fumigation, plastered walls should be white-washed, the woodwork well scrubbed with carbolic soap, and painted portions repainted.

lad of eighteen and master of only one trade instead of a dozen, like his father, had been deputed to paper Mother Carey's bedroom while she moved for a few days into the newly fitted guest room, which was almost too beautiful to sleep in, with its white satiny walls, its yellow and green garlands hanging from the ceiling, its yellow floor, and its old white chamber set repainted by the faithful and clever Popham.

Marcel, who had repainted the picture ten times, and minutely gone over it from top to bottom, vowed that only a personal hostility on the part of the members of the jury could account for the ostracism which annually turned him away from the Salon, and in his idle moments he had composed, in honor of those watch-dogs of the Institute, a little dictionary of insults, with illustrations of a savage irony.

I'll repaint the whole wall for you free of charge."

It wanted repainting, and I think it very likely that it was a strain of that boyishness which I hope survives in us all, and one of whose quaint fancies is an envy of house-painters, so happy all day with paint-pot and brush and great smooth boards to dab and smooth, that decided him to do the job himself.

I have repainted the greater part of the draperies indeed, those of all the principal figures, excepting the Dead Manwith powerful and positive colors, and added double strength to the shadows of every figure, so that for force and distinctness you would hardly know it for the same picture.

The "Leda" of Leonardo, repainted from motives of prudery by the great-grandfather of Louis-Philippe, was bought at the sale of that ex-king's pictures in Paris, in 1849, for thirty dollars, restored to its primitive condition, and sold, we are informed, for one hundred thousand francs.

As bad, however, as is this wanton injury, that of repainting is greater.

The chiefs, no doubt, are watched, as their canoes are repainted, decorated, and greater care taken by placing them in sequestered spots." The motive for sacrificing or destroying property on occasion of death will be referred to in treating of their religious ideas.

In Germany the ruler is the artist, always painting the happy German like a portrait; in France the Frenchman is the artist, always painting and repainting France like a house.

This, however, has been so much repainted as to have lost its character.

He had had difficulty with her lips, painting and repainting them.

The above sign, (the original; for we fear the board has been repainted,) was executed by Harlow, the artist of the celebrated picture of the Trial of Queen Katherine, or the Kemble Family.

"I mean," he explained eagerly, "that I want to repaint your portrait.

And what a story it will make for the paperswhen my picture is shownhow you were not satisfied with the portrait and refused to let it goand how, after keeping it in your studio for months, you repainted it, to satisfy your artistic conscience!"

The announcement in the house that the artist was to repaint Mrs. Taine's picture, provoked characteristic comment.

And he knew that the repainting of that false portrait of Mrs. Taine, with all that it would cost him, was his first offering to that love.

His brain worked with that clearness and precision which he had known while repainting Mrs. Taine's portrait.

I remember when you wanted to repaint it, you said you would put on the canvas just what you thought of me; have you?

It may have been that the English mine-owners thought they could earn better profits under the British flag than under the rule of Mr. Kruger, though I am inclined to believe that even in their case their incentive was chiefly a patriotic desire to repaint in red that part of the map in which they carried on their business.

"I wanted to keep it secret until it had been repainted and done up," continued Mr. Chalk, watching his wife's face anxiously, "and then Captain Brisket came in and spoilt it."

She was much troubled because her mother had the drawing-room repainted and handsomely papered.

The credit of invention must indubitably rest with Giorgione, but the damage which the picture has sustained through neglect and repainting in years gone by, renders certainty of discrimination between the two hands a matter of impossibility.

The repainted condition of "The Judgment of Solomon" has led some good judges to pronounce it a copy.

The artistic effect is further enhanced by the relief of exquisite flesh tones against the rich crimson drapery, and although the atmospheric glow has been sadly destroyed by abrasion and repainting, we may still feel something of the magic charm which Giorgione knew so well how to impart.

Were the repaints removed, I think all doubts as to the authorship would be set at rest, and the "Nymph and Satyr" would take its place among the slighter and more summary productions of Giorgione's brush.

If the repaint covering the surface were removed we should, I think, find that it is an early work by Titian."

It is, therefore, peculiarly unfortunate that the two side figures in this wonderful group are so rubbed and repainted as almost to defy certainty of judgment.

In my opinion, it would be far wiser to withhold definite judgment in a case where a picture has been so entirely repainted.

If it were not that Morelli, Mr. Berenson and others have recognised in the "Portrait of a Gentleman," in the Querini-Stampalia Gallery in Venice, the same hand as in the National Gallery picture, one might well hesitate to claim it for Giorgione, so repainted is its present condition.

This unfinished portrait is, despite its repaint, extraordinarily attractive, the rich browns and reds forming a colour-scheme of great beauty.

The London picture is so damaged and repainted, although still of splendid colouring, as to preclude all certainty of judgment.

Flattered by the honest baronet's invitation, he had met it almost more than half-way; and had dispatched six of his shabbiest horses to Birmingham to be repainted for the fete, and labelled "Kitchener," "Bobs," "Cecil Rhodes," "Doctor Jim," "Our Joe," and "Strathcona"names (as he observed) altogether more up to date than the "Black Prince," "Brown Bess," "Saladin," and others they superseded.

The "home" was as follows; a large dark house on the unsunny side of a dull street; furniture that had not been changed for forty years, walls that were seldom repainted, windows that were rarely opened.

The actual Lübeck is still to the eye the Lübeck of the Middle Ages, the old capital of the Hanseatic League.[B] All the drama of modern life is enacted in the old theater whose scenery remains the same, its drop-scene even not repainted.

All stock was repainted in Southern Maunsell livery, and track and buildings were improved.

Since it has been built it has been repainted 18 times, each of these 18 paint jobs there were only 25 painters are hired to do the job.

The old trainshed roof has been reglazed and repainted.

The painting was simplified as each vehicle was repainted.

The "Smoot" length was marked in paint over 360 times on the bridge and is repainted there every year. citation citation Oliver later worked as the Chairman of the American National Standards Institute.

The tram was repainted before it left Blackpool.

This price included a refurbished truck and a full repaint.

California Screamin' recently got new audio on the ride and was given a complete repaint (track, supports and trains).

Finally, from 2013 to 2016, Robert Simac will win the title of historic FIA Formula 2 European champion four years in a row, driving a March 712 M (chassis n ° 11), repainted and redecorated with its true colors.

Cleaning a unit after a smoker moves out requires more time and expense since walls and ceilings will need to be scrubbed of residual smoke and/or repainted.

It costs yacht owners thousands to take their yachts to get repainted underneath because of the toxins in the water which sticks to their boats.

It doesn’t look a whole lot different, the buildings still with their familiar facades, but rebuilt and repainted with fresh white paint, new pavement, and new gas pumps.

“It really compliments the newly repainted facade.”

Minor renovations were only made in 2017, when the market was repainted in white with Egyptian blue border on the edges and windows.

Please repaint them to look clean.

Repainting the two signs took about two weeks.

Since then, Calgary Pride has connected with Black Lives Matter YYC and together the organizations made the decision to repaint both the Pride and Trans Pride flag crosswalks.

The 727-31 aircraft, tag number N908JE, was repainted on the outside from its early silver and black color.

The Kathleen Alexander is thought to be the only houseboat that’s coated in Corten Weathering steel, which purposely rusts to create a protective coating that never needs to be repainted.

The Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM) will repaint several buildings starting from the end of this month.

The north approach span, which carries the railway over North Queensferry, will be repainted with the same glass-flake epoxy paint system used to restore the bridge itself during the decade-long, £130m refurbishment programme completed in 2011.

The volunteers repainting Ismail’s house which has been left vacant for five years.

This is then pointed out to be a repainted Sega Dreamcast by one of the demo testers, who Nina then signals to have beaten and dragged offstage.

Van Cuylenburg gave Lathrop the option of creating a new mural on the blank side of the board, however Lathrop never returned to repaint.

Wake works Winslow hard, making him repaint the lighthouse, polish brass, cart coals and carry heavy barrels in the harsh weather.

We have again repainted it and proudly displayed it once more.”

We need to repaint and redo the floors as well as wait for new retail inventory to arrive.

White and Kratzer also brought to attention that the Ripley signs at the entrances to the village will be repainted next spring.

Building will be repainted new colors in 2013 and will come out of Operating Budget!

Deputy Mayor Archer moved to accept the quote from Gormley’s Painting for $5,700 plus taxes for the repainting/staining of the outside of Fire Station No. 2 to include cleaning and scraping.

Guelph Correction Centre residents rebuilt and repainted horses, chariots, and scenery on the carousel using a colour scheme developed by Danby, and the ride reopened in 1979.

His quiet demeanour was disarming and within a few minutes we were working side-by-side repairing the walls and repainting the once derelict space.

I CAN NOT believe all the repaints.

ANDCoachlines My cr has since been repainted and I no longer have the coachlines.

If some of the Styrofoam should happen to chip off, use a little dirt to tone down the white spot or repaint.

If they can spend the bucks to get teh RhB to repaint a krok so they can unload thier overstock of blue ones, maybe they've got the cash to fix them like they did with the trucks on the 4/4iii.

It's kinda like repainting that dent in your car door once it's been fixed - the painter doesn't just paint a six inch circle.

It was repainted at NB Southern’s into the Sunbury yellow colour seen here.

"I was the project man for the repainting as VN*101 - the number was picked for two reasons; the first Neptune was 24101 and the letters and numbers were easier to mask off than other codes and numbers!

Kootenay Powder Coatings Ltd., detailed bid for the repainting of the small water tank.

Many recent renovations just completed, including new interior paint, flooring, lighting, kitchen cabinets, sink and counter tops, with the exterior repainted, some shingles replaced, new living room window, new furnace and water heater.

Much of the house has been repainted and most light fixtures have been updated.

Not sure if this has been mentioned before, but the Panorama coaches and newly repainted coaches have the RhB Logo and wording underneath the grey stripe on the red in the previous style and size.

Observe the walls and ceilings look for damage and decide when walls need to be repaired or repainted.

“One day I just woke up and thought, if I took one of those boxes and repainted it, I could fit a lot of books in there.”

Only forcing a repaint by removing the properties filter would get it to display correctly).

Our work included commercial contracts and residential repainting.

Repaint events are handled by copying the internal bitmap to the screen canvas (and then reinitializing the timer), unless there has been a resize.

A pretty door ready to be repainted or varnished as you see fit.

Arnott's completely remanufactured OE Maybach front air strut, AS-2746, for 2003-2012 Maybach 57 and 62 ultra luxury sedans is thoroughly tested, cleaned and repainted.

She did an awesome job repainting the dining and living rooms, as well as putting a faux marble finish on the dining room table.

The backing store implementation can choose,at any time, to forget pieces of backing that are writteninto, relying instead upon expose events to repaint forsimplicity.

As text is scrolled on yourwindow, the pixels that are scrolled out from underobscuring windows will not be available on the screen tocopy to the right places, and so an exposure event must besent for the client to correctly repaint them.

The kitchen had good bones and so I chose to have the doors repainted and sliding drawers and turntables installed.

The Lions Club Park on the Ottawa River has been cleaned up and the flower boxes, benches, etc. repainted.

Unlike the stuff from MLGB and their ilk, who repaint the same old crap yet once more and up the price since it's "new and improved".

Well managed building with recent exterior concrete upgrade & repainting, plumbing & roof complete, balcony membranes replaced, insuite laundry allowed by strata, shops, restaurants, Stanley Park, Seawall steps away.