ephemeral

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  • The ephemeral nature of this early series can still be found in many of his works today.
  • Most of these were ephemeral and were only used within the church for a short period.
  • A number of art forms can be considered ephemeral because of their temporary nature.
  • It features ephemeral art placed on streets in cities around the world.
  • And he makes no secret of his view that those whose lives he describes are no less ephemeral.
  • They do a good deal of business here in the way of ephemeral publications. Cited from Tour in France and Germany, Volume One, by Thomas Frognall Dibdin
  • Most of his works were either ephemeral or have been lost.
  • The primary material in her work is the live female figure, which remains ephemeral, and separate.
  • Some ephemeral rivers flow during the summer months but not in the winter.
  • Rather, it is as if the body becomes ephemeral and a new body is created, at every change.
  • Despite its ephemeral presence, it managed to leave a mark in the country's media and music scene.
  • Ephemeral dark matter occurs when information on the web is removed, but then replaced with new information.
  • The most commonly used and distinctive form of election is the ephemeral election.
  • Historical records show that several ephemeral islands were formed and disappeared.
  • Like his father, however, he failed to achieve but ephemeral success.
  • Ephemeral exhibition buildings were numerous and highly significant during this period.
  • An ephemeral lake is also on display in a cross section format.
  • Lake Hope is an ephemeral salt lake in the far north of South Australia.
  • All those things about which we are anxious, O bull among men, are ephemeral. Cited from The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 3
  • And the few who do get their works staged only experience ephemeral successes.
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