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It's also sobering to make the inevitable symbolic link between the rusted hulk of Beth Steel and the current state of U.S.
It also rises to a spire, a symbolic link to the Statue of Liberty.
Nonetheless, Arnold finds the notion of fishing as a symbolic link between himself and Jesus just too appealing to forgo; and he keeps returning to it.
Psychotherapists say the Web has become a symbolic link between this world and whatever comes after.
And while we are crammed among our fellow travellers, we try to maintain some symbolic link with the forsaken comfort of the domicile - by reading a book, or listening to music on a Walkman, or, increasingly now, by possessing a cellular phone.
Levith goes so far as to make a symbolic link between Shakespeare's Moor and Cyprus: "Othello seems a bit like Cyprus: for the moment he has a clothing of civilization over his rough essence, but waiting to erupt at any moment are dark forces" (32).
Mrs Oakes added: "There is a symbolic link between lanterns and the town's mining heritage, The procession will celebrate that.
The origin of the Eucharistic association is obscure, but may well be found in a combination of influences: pre-Christian sacral food traditions, the personal roots of the apostles, the Gospel miracles, and a symbolic link to Baptism (being dependent upon water to sustain life).
It's believed that during this time the idea of creating a symbolic link between the two towns began to take shape.
From this, Adams moves to the culminating moment in the 13th century, when the statue of the Virgin of Chartres was a viable symbolic link between reason and intuition, science and religion.
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