Grand cross star, sash and badge of the Royal Guelphic Order (Civil Division)
Sir Thomas Phillipps, ca. 1860
Broadway Tower, Worcestershire. The home of Phillipps' Middle Hill Press
Still life with ancient Babylonian artifacts on books, salted paper print, 1853, by Amelia Elizabeth Guppy
Thirlestaine House, Phillipps' home during the latter part of his life
Escutcheon of the Phillipps baronets of Middle Hill

English palaeographer.

- Frederic Madden

After Sir Frederic Madden, the keeper of manuscripts of the British Museum, visited the house, he wrote in his diary: The house looks more miserable and dilapidated every time I visit it, and there is not a room now that is not crowded with large boxes full of MSS.

- Thomas Phillipps
Thyroid hormone synthesis, with the end-product of triiodothyroninе seen at bottom right.
Thyroid hormone synthesis, this image traces thyroglobulin from production within the rough endoplasmic reticulum until proteolytic release of the thyroid hormones.
Synthesis of T3 from T4 via deiodination. Synthesis of reverse T3 and T2 is also shown.
The system of the thyroid hormones T3 and T4.

Thyroglobulin (Tg) acts as a substrate for the synthesis of the thyroid hormones thyroxine (T4) and triiodothyronine (T3), as well as the storage of the inactive forms of thyroid hormone and iodine within the follicular lumen of a thyroid follicle.

- Thyroglobulin

4) The thyroperoxidase iodinates the tyrosyl residues of the thyroglobulin within the colloid. The thyroglobulin was synthesised in the ER of the follicular cell and secreted into the colloid.

- Triiodothyronine
Different items of stationery used at an office
Styli used in writing in the Fourteenth Century.
Inside a stationery shop in Hanoi
The 3rd-4th-century writing implements from Mtskheta, Georgia.
Example of inked letterpress process
A letter written with fountain pen.
Example of thermographic printing. The uneven quality of the text is a result of the process and easily differentiates thermographic printing from embossing
A wooden pencil extender.
Example of an embossed design
Example of a brass engraving plate, showing heavy wear. The plate is hand or machine engraved, inked, and forced into paper at extremely high pressures.
A stationery shop on November 4, 1973 in Iran

Stationery refers to commercially manufactured writing materials, including cut paper, envelopes, writing implements, continuous form paper, and other office supplies.

- Stationery

Other implements indirectly associated with writing include erasers for pen and pencil, pencil sharpeners, pencil extenders, inkwells, blotter paper, and rulers and related drawing instruments.

- Writing implement
Osteomyelitis of the 1st toe
A bulging tympanic membrane which is typical in a case of acute otitis media
Drawing of Staphylococcus bacteria
Otitis media.
Mycobacterium doricum osteomyelitis and soft tissue infection. Computed tomography scan of the right lower extremity of a 21-year-old patient, showing abscess formation adjacent to nonunion of a right femur fracture.
Perforation of the right tympanic membrane resulting from a previous severe acute otitis media
Extensive osteomyelitis of the forefoot
Deaths from otitis media per million persons in 2012
Osteomyelitis in both feet as seen on bone scan
Acute otitis media
Acute otitis media, myringitis bullosa
Myringitis bullosa in influenza
Chronic otitis media (otitis media chronica mesotympanalis)
Otitis media chronica mesotympanalis
Otitis media chronica mesotympanalis
Otitis media chronica mesotympanalis

Infection of bone.

- Osteomyelitis

In more severe cases, such as those with associated hearing loss or high fever, audiometry, tympanogram, temporal bone CT and MRI can be used to assess for associated complications, such as mastoid effusion, subperiosteal abscess formation, bony destruction, venous thrombosis or meningitis.

- Otitis media
Chía joined with her husband Sué during a lunar eclipse
Early Spanish chronicler Pedro Simón as many contemporaneous writers had particular views of the Muisca economy. Modern anthropologists have revised many of the exploitational ideas of the Spanish colonisers
The Muisca offered tunjos
The Muisca Confederation was the confederation of Muisca rulers predating the current departments of Cundinamarca and Boyacá
Parrots were considered to have a soul and sacrificed to the Muisca gods
Muisca mummies were carried on the backs of the guecha warriors to impress their enemies
Temple of the Sun in Suamox
The flat Bogotá savanna is the result of the Pleistocene Lake Humboldt. The fertile lacustrine soils mixed with volcanic ashes proved very advantageous to the Muisca agriculture
Cojines del Zaque
Salt was mined in Nemocón, Tausa and Zipaquirá, giving the Muisca the name "The Salt People" ''
Tequendama Falls
Emeralds were exploited using pits dug next to the formation. Because the emeralds from Somondoco were in sedimentary rocks, they would wash clean into the pits during the rainy season
Sacred Lake Guatavita
The ceramics of the Muisca were elaborated by the women. They were used for cooking, preparation of chicha and as trading materials with other indigenous groups
Lake Iguaque
The Muisca were famous for the fine goldworking, here seen in different figures
Lake Tota
Cotton was an important raw product for the Muisca, grown in the lower altitude areas. The women wove mantles, bags, small cloths serving as money and nets from it
Lake Fúquene
A Spanish encomendero abusing an indigenous American person
Siecha Lakes
Golden sea snail in the collection of the Museo del Oro in Bogotá. The Muisca obtained the precious sea snails from the Tairona at markets to the north of their territories, e.g. in Barrancabermeja

The psychoactive seeds of the tree were traded with the Achagua, Guayupe and Tegua and grinded and inhaled using a hollow bird bone or a spoon.

- Muisca religion

The Muisca were polytheistic and their religion and mythology was closely connected with the natural area they were inhabiting.

- Muisca economy
John Grimek, the first Mr. Universe, posing for the magazine organizing the event
Laura Efrikian and Reg Park in Hercules Conquers Atlantis

The early success of the Mr Universe was underpinned by the support of many of the big names taking part such as John Grimek, Steve Reeves, Reg Park and Bill Pearl.

- Universe Championships

Park can also be heard performing the Master of Ceremonies duties in the Mr. Universe and Mr. Olympia contests featured in the film proper.

- Reg Park
Experimental radar antenna, US Naval Research Laboratory, Anacostia, D. C., from the late 1930s (photo taken in 1945).
Generic passive radar signal processing scheme
Silentium Defence Maverick S-series air and space search radar
Silentium Defence Maverick-M man-portable passive search radar
Hensoldt TwInvis at ILA 2018

Component of a radar system, or an associated command and control system, that associates consecutive radar observations of the same target into tracks.

- Radar tracker

Association and tracking of object returns in range/Doppler space, known as "line tracking"

- Passive radar
Mirrored Islamic calligraphy representing the Bektashi Order of dervishes
Interior view of Arabati Baba Teḱe, Tetovo, North Macedonia.
World Headquarters of the Bektashi
Southern view of Southland Center showing Best Buy and the triangular skylight.
Diagram showing Bektashi as well as other Sufi orders.
Taylor Board of Education
Arabati Baba Tekke, in Tetovo
Bektashi tekke of Gjakova (Đakovica), Kosovo, established in 1790
Kutuklu Baba Tekke in Greece
Bektashi tekke on the Kuz-Baba Hill in Vlorë, Albania
Demir Baba Teke near Sveshtari, Bulgaria (16th century)
World Headquarters of the Bektashi Community in Tirana, Albania

In 1954, the first American Bektashi Sufi lodge with significant support from the Albanian-American community of the Detroit area.

- Taylor, Michigan

This tekke is found in the Detroit suburb of Taylor and the tomb (türbe) of Baba Rexheb continues to draw pilgrims of all faiths.

- Bektashi Order
Footbridge over Basinghall Street
St Michael Bassishaw from The Churches of London by George Godwin (1839)
1754 map showing Basinghall Street and surrounding area
Royal Coat of Arms in the Guildhall, London

St Michael Bassishaw, or Basinshaw, was a parish church in Basinghall Street in the City of London, standing on land now occupied by the Barbican Centre complex.

- St Michael Bassishaw

St Michael Bassishaw was a church on the street demolished in 1900.

- Basinghall Street
Peggy Moffitt, model, as published in Women's Wear Daily, 3 June 1964
Morris Nagel Versatogs and Adele California were well-known clothing design houses in Southern California. The two companies occupied adjoining buildings in 1948 at 2615 - 2609 South Hill Street in Los Angeles.
Monokini designer Rudi Gernreich. Gernreich had predicted in a September 1962 issue of Women's Wear Daily that "Bosoms will be uncovered within five years."
Unisex costume design for Moonbase Alpha (Space: 1999) by Rudi Gernreich.
Woman wearing a monokini, 2010
This image of Peggy Moffitt modeling Gernreich's monokini was initially published in Women's Wear Daily on June 4, 1964.
Carol Doda wore Gernreich's monokini for her act at the Condor Club, starting the trend of topless bars

The monokini, designed by Rudi Gernreich in 1964, consisting of only a brief, close-fitting bottom and two thin straps, was the first women's topless swimsuit.

- Monokini

He designed the first thong bathing suit, unisex clothing, the first swimsuit without a built-in bra, the minimalist, soft, transparent No Bra, and the topless monokini.

- Rudi Gernreich