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The discovery of a Buddha statue of the northern mediaeval style from a tomb in Korsakovsk supports this idea. (...) The eyes are a little long with half-closed eyelids, and he has s lender, slightly flattened nose. The statue is clothed in two robes. There is an inner one next to the skin and an outer one. (...) Together with their local traditions, the Jurchen peoples were accustomed to works of plastic arts executed in Scytho-Suberian style already in the early Jurchen period. Turkic-speaking peoples, primarily Uighur, who had emigrated to the Far East, and apparently to Priamurye, in part, were involved in the dissemination of Scytho- Siberian styles at the end of the first millennium.
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Score: 1062560.3 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad...hens_in_medieval_times_and.pdf
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This cloth is attributed to 13th century. It was most probably woven in Konya. (...) The tails are terminated with eagle heads having pointed beaks in the Eurasian animal style. As it is well known lion or the eagle is the symbol of sun, might and domination. (...) Sometimes Chinese motifs are mixed with naturalistic flowers in Ottoman style. More often they are used on their own. Up to seven colors were employed in these tiles.
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Score: 1062477 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad...s_in_anatolian_turkish_art.pdf
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Fragments of patterned cloth of linen, wool and silk have been found, as well as fragments of Chinese silk. The other style was what generally is called Parthian. It consisted of a long-sleeved tunic, short, belted and split at the sides, and trousers that were tight at the ankles, with supple boots. Unlike the usual Greek fashion, this style is highly decorative with bands of ornamentation on the tunic and along the limbs.
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Score: 1058764.5 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad/content/palmyra
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LETTER DATED 2004/05/14 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF UGANDA TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL : SO-CALLED LORD RESISTANCE ARMY (LRA) IN NORTHERN UGANDA
For many years now a vicious rebel group, the self-styled Lord Resistance Army, has been terrorizing people of northern Uganda. (...) Once in the assembly area, which will be monitored by mutually agreed neutral parties, they will be supplied with food, clothing, drugs, etc. Then we shall be able to talk with them about their future and any other grievances they may have.
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Score: 1058111.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../get?open&DS=S/2004/392&Lang=E
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Although sparse, historical information regarding dress in the Eastern Islamic lands was usually provided by writers, geographers, and travelers. Differences in the style, finish, and quantity of materials were apparent in clothing of the rich and poor.  (...) These tribute items included silk clothing, white robes, and head coverings, amongst others. (...) Most towns had their textile specialties, such as “mulham”, the half-silk cloth of Merv.  Bukhara, with its famed weaving factories, produced various kinds of silk cloth, known as “Bukhari”. 
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Score: 1057655.3 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad...tatus-and-regional-differences
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Description The textual description of this guest room. Architectural Style The architectural style, expressed as text, of this guest room. (...) Description The textual description of this restaurant. Architectural Style The architectural style, expressed as text, of this restaurant. (...) Description The textual description of this meeting room. Architectural Style The architectural style, expressed as text, of this meeting room.
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Score: 1053666.6 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...ry/plenary07/trd_cf_07_11E.pdf
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Tz’utujil women present their unique style and identity through their clothing. A distinctive headdress is a common identifier of the Tz'utujil people. (...) Mam man Todos Santos, Huehuetenango, Guatemala The Indigenous Peoples of Guatemala celebrate their unique embroidery style and color scheme, especially in women’s clothing. For the Mam, men also have their own style expressing their culture and identity. This clothing isn't costume for a special occasion, most Mam men in the Todos Santos Cuchumatan area wear the same hat and jacket on a daily basis.
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Score: 1034511.9 - https://www.un.org/en/node/135128
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THE NEW INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES AND WOMEN: ESSENTIAL REFLECTIONS
They are interested in shopping for clothes and shoes, hobbies, recreation, gardening, travel, and the care of the elderly. (...) Savicki: “Gender language style and group composition in Internet discussion groups”, Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 2(3), 1996; L. (...) But we do not discard the possibility that this is rather a traditionally "masculine" style of communication, which some women may also take on by affinity or as a tactic to make themselves heard.
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Score: 1030383 - HTTP://DACCESS-ODS.UN.ORG/ACCE...GET?OPEN&DS=LC/L.1742-P&LANG=E
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INFORMATION FOR PARTICIPANTS : UNITED NATIONS CONFERENCE ON TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT, 11TH SESSION, SAO PAULO, BRAZIL, 13-18 JUNE 2004
The conference premises of the Anhembi Convention Centre consist of the Plenary Hall, one Main Committee Room, two medium-sized Meeting Rooms, two theatre-style Meeting Rooms and a Press Conference Room, all fully equipped for simultaneous interpretation. There are also five small (committee-style) meeting rooms. All official meetings will be held at the Anhembi Convention Centre. 15. (...) Information on such matters as visa requirements, health requirements, hotel accommodation, arrival arrangements, climate and clothing, etc., will be made available on the host country’s UNCTAD XI web site, a link to which will be provided on the UNCTD web site. ________
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Score: 1028328 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...f/get?open&DS=TD/INF.38&Lang=E
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Two elaborate forms were implemented that later acquired considerable prestige, eventually being recognized as classic structures of Arabic poetry: the marthiya , strictly reserved for funeral elegies, and quasida (the ode), which served as the framework for the development of this poetry due to its unity of style and tone. Three generations of poets applied a diversity of these elements in their art. (...) It was also apparent in the creation of a new genre, the epistle, written in a fluid direct style that used picturesque expressions and strongly accented rhythms. (...) Through the originality of their content and elegance of style, these works inaugurated a new literary period that embodied the creative contributions from a diversity of cultures that are shared today.  
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Score: 1026747.1 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad...on-classical-arabic-literature
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