RMER98HJ–America's tallest tower, plus some temperament
RMMC6GNH–PALMISTRY - The four distinct papillary finger patterns, which are related to specific temperament traits. The arch, loop, whorl and complex loop
RME0RB8B–Nov. 11, 1958 - Temperament and cherma : offers the American nurse Nellie (Mitzi caynor) in Rodgers & Hammer stein's todd-A0-film now comes to Germany.
RM2BW3X6J–Temperament at the baby show ! Big floral fete at Oxford . The annual Floral Fete organised by the Great Western Railway Social and Educational Union , and one of the biggest events of its kind in the country , was held at Oxford . The object of the event is to encourage G W R employees in the cultivation of flowers , fruit and vegetables . Photo shows , three babies give a display of ' temperament ' in the Baby Show , in which there were over two hundred competitors . 22 August 1936 Original caption from negative
RMBKR15B–A Question of Temperament - a round of Golf
RMRYCEN1–The choleric temperament (the fire element), Hugo de Groot, Jacob de Gheyn (II), 1596 - 1597
RM2HJP2MP–Engraving of Painting The Four Temperaments, Phlegmatic, Melancholic, Sanguine & Choloric Personality Types, based on Four Temperament Theory, by German Painter & Printmaker Daniel Niklaus Chodowiecki (1726-1801)
RMD9611R–The Four Humours with their representative animals. Choleric, with lion: Sanguine, with ape: Phlegmatic, with sheep: Melancholic, with pig. Woodcut from an early 16th century edition of the 'Shepheards Kalendar'. Hippocrates of Cos (active c400 BC) thought behaviour and temperament were due to balance, or imbalance, of the fcour humours of the body.
RMER98HK–America's tallest tower, plus some temperament
RMMC889A–ELEMENTALS - Temperaments Two cholerics fighting - expression of the Fire Temperament. After a print by Martin Schonegauer (late 15th century)
RMPA9D8H–Imaginary Landscape. Artist: Gaspard Dughet (French, Rome 1615-1675 Rome). Dimensions: 37 7/8 x 60 1/2 in. (96.2 x 153.7 cm). Gaspard Dughet was Poussin's brother-in-law. He learned to paint from him and was also later, confusingly, known as 'Gaspard Poussin.' His landscapes are usually wilder versions of Poussin's classical visions, closer in temperament to the paintings of Salvator Rosa, with rocky outcrops and blasted trees. Museum: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA.
RMWHAAEJ–Radioisotopes go to work.. The temperament of the atom, as displayed by its half life and its radiation, makes possible wide utilization of radioisotopes in industry, agriculture, science and medicine. In the United States today, radioisotopes are working for industry in many ways. Here, men are using isotopes to direct the pipeline flow of oil.
RF2H5B778–Mental mindset types. Human emotions, different behaviors and thinking. Flat people personality mind, brain creative working utter vector set
RM2DT2TCB–Artist: Maerten van Heemskerck, Dutch, 1498–1574, Mars, the Choleric Temperament, Pen and brown ink, traced for transfer, sheet: 21 × 24 cm (8 1/4 × 9 7/16 in.), Made in The Netherlands, Dutch, 16th century, Works on Paper - Drawings and Watercolors
RME0WDPH–Jun. 06, 1962 - Gad, Sir! This Isn't Rugby: Footballers in Chile have their scraps, but we put it down to temperament and the Common Market and. But when firsta fly in rugby league during the friendly tour ''Down Under'', we begin to get worried. What, as the Xolonel Blimp would say, is becoming of the Xommonwealth? These scenes were recorded on a Magic-Eye camera, which risked getting blackened in the process
RMJ4NBXW–Tourists, boat, Manambolofluss, pool temperament integral Tsingy de Bemaraha, Madagascar,
RF2G4R037–Temperament open the way for happiness - shown as a happy bottle opened by Temperament to symbolize the effect and impact of Temperament, its good val
RFKM0TMA–Temperament word cloud concept. Vector illustration
RM2H6KMDP–Conquest of the New Spain. 'It describes the city of Mexico, its temperament and situation, the Tlatelulco Market, and the largest of its temples, dedicated to the god of war...'. 'Historia de la Conquista de México, población, y progresos de la América septentrional, conocida por el nombre de Nueva España' (History of the Conquest of Mexico, population, and progress of northern America, known by the name of New Spain). Written by Antonio de Solís y Rivadeneryra (1610-1686), Chronicler of the Indies. Volume I. Third Book. Chapter XIII. Edition published in Barcelona and divided into two volume
RFS30AAE–What would you die for ?
RFT6WE8D–Cat reacts to idea of hissy fit
RFM9RN17–On line personality.
RF2DDP2YP–Temperament icon. Simple element from personality collection. Creative Temperament icon for web design, templates, infographics and more
RFMHXN64–Hereford bull and Hereford calf grazing in a field in Cumbria.
RMD96TTF–Mars (Greek Ares) Roman god of war. A male planet, hot and fiery. Those born under Mars had a choleric temperament. The planet's metal was iron, its season Summer, its day Tuesday and its night Saturday. From Solensis Aratus 'Phaenomena et Prognostica', Cologne, 1569, Woodcut
RM2M9BP5E–PIERRE POIRET French churchman of mystical temperament.
RMMC87AE–The Pig, which in mediaeval times was a symbol of the Earth element, and of the Melancholic temperament. Detail from a 15th century woodcut from a 'Shepherd's Calendar'
RMPAN1ER–Table decoration in the form of a peacock. Culture: Hungarian, Munkács. Dimensions: Overall: 7 3/16 x 12 in. (18.3 x 30.5 cm). Date: 1787. The peacock stands with its head slightly tilted, mischievously observing his surroundings. The artist has capture in silver the temperament and characteristic posture of a mature male peacock, an extremely territorial bird. The object's plain oval base, with its convex frame decorated with Baroque flowers and scrolled leaves, is in sharp contrast to the combination of a terrain plinth and stylized Neoclassical garlands on the stands of the pair of peacock
RFEF3TMF–Illusionist's top hat on white background with pop-up caption 'Personality'. Concept for secrets hidden inside a man's mind.
RM2DMHM8J–Design for a panel Representing the Choleric Temperament, Johann Georg Bergmüller, German, 1688 - 1762, Johann Evangelist Holzer, German, 1709 - 1740, Etching on paper, remargined, The decoration refers to war, wild animals, a satyr. Caption: monogram 'JGB inv. Et exc. / Conplexio Cholerica / C. Pr. S. C. M.'; monogram JH fecit.'; left top corner '1.', Augsberg, Germany, ca. 1735, Print
RFMKTAKE–American basset, happy?
RFJ863CB–horse arab thoroughbred race temperament motion postponement moving movement
RMJ4NBWT–Bile formations, Tsingys, pool temperament integral Tsingy de Bemaraha, Madagascar,
RF2EM09TA–Temperament and success - symbolized by a steam car pulling a success wagon loaded with gold bars to show that Temperament is essential for prosperity
RFKM0TMF–Temperament word cloud concept. Vector illustration
RMF219XC–Henry VIII, possibly suffering from Gout and his last wife, Queen Catherine Parr, London, England. Late in life, Henry became obese, with a waist measurement of 54 inches and possibly suffered from gout. His obesity and other medical problems can be traced to the jousting accident in 1536 in which he suffered a leg wound that his doctors found difficult to treat. The jousting accident is also believed to have caused Henry's mood swings, which may have had a dramatic effect on his personality and temperament.
RF2G2EWMM–Bull Terrier puppy. Cute dogs puppies. Coloring template. Digital illustration.
RF2BDPKJM–Man standing in front of doors with human personality types. Myers Briggs test. Conceptual illustration.
RFM9RN1A–On line personality.
RF2A8JRC8–Tango Dancing couples, lineart. Lineart stylized illustration of young couples dancing tango. Vector available.
RFM60ET0–Head on shot of a Highland cow on a sunny day near Dumfries, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland
RM2K02WXJ–Tilaks trial. Balgangadhar Tilak (1856-1920) - an outstanding fighter for the national liberation of India. He has published several scientific papers on the history of India. Deep patriotism and revolutionary temperament made Tilak primarily a political fighter. Repeated arrests did not break his resolve to fight until the colonialists were completely expelled.
RM2E3J0JP–Three male ballet stars Ivan Vasiliev, Steven McRae and Vadim Muntagirov discuss ballet on stage before a gala performance
RFHNNTTX–temperament in the court
RM2H8N90D–Conquest of the New Spain. 'It describes the city of Mexico, its temperament and situation, the Tlatelulco Market, and the largest of its temples, dedicated to the god of war...'. 'Historia de la Conquista de México, población, y progresos de la América septentrional, conocida por el nombre de Nueva España' (History of the Conquest of Mexico, population, and progress of northern America, known by the name of New Spain). Written by Antonio de Solís y Rivadeneryra (1610-1686), Chronicler of the Indies. Volume I. Third Book. Chapter XIII. Edition published in Barcelona and divided into two volume
RM2B0M2BP–J. J. Grandville, 'Old, broken, haggard, whimsical, yet good, yet dedicated, and domestic by temperament' from Scenes from the Private and Public Life of Animals, Scenes de la Vie Privèe et Publique des Animaux, J. J. Grandville (French, Nancy 1803–1847 Vanves), Charles Tamisier (French), Honoré de Balzac (French, Tours 1799–1850 Paris), ca. 1837–47, Wood engraving, Sheet: 10 5/16 × 7 3/16 in. (26.2 × 18.3 cm), Prints
RM2AD0DWH–Emotion, mental state- Time is the indefinite continued progress of existence and events that occur in an apparently irreversible succession from the
RFJ8076J–horse race temperament motion postponement moving movement horse portrait
RMJ4NBX1–Bile formations, Tsingys, pool temperament integral Tsingy de Bemaraha, Madagascar,
RF2GPNYC7–Temperament leads to success - shown as a sign with a phrase Temperament pointing at balloon in the sky with clouds to symbolize the meaning of Temper
RMMP5M76–Mother soothing discontent colic newborn baby boy at home, coping baby temperament.
RF2F1GK45–Maarten de Vos - Allegory of the Choleric Temperament
RMPD055H–America's tallest tower, plus some temperament) - Fornaro, NY., 1914
RMG041XM–Wild herd of Duelmen Ponies at a gallop, Germany
RMG15DAN–Humorism was a belief that an excess or deficiency of any of four distinct bodily fluids known as humors in a person directly influences their temperament and health. From Hippocrates onward, the humoral theory was adopted by Greek, Roman and Persian phys
RFM9RN18–On line personality.
RF2A8JRAY–Tango Dancing couples, lineart. Lineart stylized illustration of young couples dancing tango. Vector available.
RMCWAR6R–Michelangelo Caravaggio (1871-1610), Italian painter looking into a mirror. Of violent temperament, he killed a man in brawl in
RMD969T3–Luna: from series of prints executed 1531 by Hans Sebold Beham (1500-50). Female planet, moist and cold. Those born under Moon loved geometry and related arts, had phlegmatic temperament. Metal silver, Spring its season and water among its elements. Friendly to Jupiter, hostile to Mars, Friday its day and night. It had only one house, Mercury.
RF2HTK64B–The Crioulo horse is widely found in Rio Grande do Sul, inhabiting the surroundings of houses in the countryside and in small pastures. They are treat
RMPAKW1A–Alfred Thompson Gobert. Artist: Louis-Rémy Robert (French, 1810-1882). Dimensions: 22.6 x 16.8 cm (8 7/8 x 6 5/8 in.). Date: 1849-55. Louis Robert grew up on the premises of the Royal Porcelain Factory at Sèvres and assumed the leadership of its Painting Workshop in 1847. Inclined by training and temperament toward endeavors that brought painting and chemistry together, he was among the earliest French artists to take up paper photography as an amateur pursuit, in about 1850. <p> Robert's colleague Alfred Gobert, head of the Enameling Workshop at Sèvres, is shown here with his head slightl
RMP1B1ND–Blue yellow Iris spuria ' Temperament ', iris flower bud close up
RF2H9KWCK–MBTI test, word isolated on white background with diverse people personalities inside font.
RM2JE416N–Sanguine temperament, Harmen Jansz Muller, after Maarten van Heemskerck, 1566, Jupiter, with lightning and eagle, and Venus, with arrow and Amor, are seated in the sky, representing the planets of the same name. Above them are three signs of the zodiac: Libra, Gemini, and Aquarius, which fit the element air. Below them, on earth, the people, who have a sanguine temperament: elegant love couples, bathing and dancing people in the open air. At the bottom in the margin, a text in Latin about the sanguinics and the corresponding planets., print maker: Harmen Jansz Muller, Maarten van Heemskerck, (
RF2ABAW2J–The sea, the world ocean or simply the ocean is the connected body of salty water that covers over 70% of Earth's surface
RFJ807M2–ride gallop western temperament horseriding motion postponement moving movement
RMJ4NCT0–Bile formations, Tsingys, pool temperament integral Tsingy de Bemaraha, Madagascar,
RF2AC37EX–Temperament and success - shown as word Temperament on a fuel tank and a balloon, to symbolize that Temperament contribute to success in business and
RF2FN5E03–Cute White American Duck In The Black Background
RF2HBT5TT–Shaggy young fawn briard girl is going on freshly fallen snow.
RMPD055G–America's tallest tower, plus some temperament - (painted by John Marin).
RMWWJHM9–lots of red peppers
RMG15E6Y–Medieval woodcut of the four humors. Humorism was a belief that an excess or deficiency of any of four distinct bodily fluids known as humors in a person directly influences their temperament and health. From Hippocrates onward, the humoral theory was ado
RF2DJ8W62–A playful golden retriever puppy is pondering what to do with her stick.
RF2BPDP7M–Young Handsome Man With Crossed Arms, Portrait On Blue Background
RMKWCXKK–Jalais Hill, Pontoise, by Camille Pissarro, 1867, French impressionist painting, oil on canvas. Zola described this painting as the modern countryside, from ordinary reality the painters temperament has drawn a rare poem of life and strength (BSLOC 2017 3 52)
RMMR4RHR–Frontispiece from Robert Burton 'The Anatomy of Melancholy' London, 1836. Originally published 1621. Here are shown the variations of MELANCHOLY, from the youth in love to the maniac in chains and from the lover of solitude to the hypochondriac. At the bottom are Borage.and Helleborus niger (the latter was used as a purgative in the treatment of melancholy. Hippocrates (fl ca 400 BC) thought behaviour and temperament due to balance (or imbalance) of the four humours in the body.
RF2HEW0TC–The Crioulo horse is widely found in Rio Grande do Sul, inhabiting the surroundings of houses in the countryside and in small pastures. They are treat
RMPB6070–'Hanaogi of the Gomeiro,' from the series Comparing the Charms of Beauties (Bijin kiryo kurabe: Gomeiro Hanaogi). Artist: Kitagawa Utamaro (Japanese, ca. 1754-1806). Culture: Japan. Dimensions: H. 14 15/16 in. (37.9 cm); W. 9 11/16 in. (24.6 cm). Date: 1794-95. Characterizations of women were Utamaro's great contribution to Japanese art. In the large head-portraits he executed, he used the hands and eyes of a sitter to indicate temperament. In this portrait of an unidentified courtesan, we can tell much about the woman's character. Her head juts forward in a determined way, revealing a long a
RMP1B1N8–Blue yellow Iris spuria flower bud 'Temperament' close up iris bud flower portrait
RF2J2373K–A Pekin duck swimming with a group of Mallard ducks in a pond.
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