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1 The statue originally held the bow in its left hand, and a cup of pouring libation in its right hand.
2 Ibn Ishaq and Ibn Al-Kalbi both report that the human-shaped idol of Hubal made of precious stone came into the possession of the Quraysh with its right hand broken off and that the Quraysh made a hand of gold to replace it. A soothsayer performed divination in the shrine by drawing ritual arrows, and vows and sacrifices were made to assure success.
3 The corpse was found guilty, stripped of its sacred vestments, deprived of three fingers of its right hand (the blessing fingers), clad in the garb of a layman, and quickly buried;
4 “Considering that the notes are virtually the same the difference in effect is extraordinary”: When the solo piano enters, its right hand plays a variant of the minor version of the theme in a triplet rhythm, with the backing of pizzicato (plucked) strings on the off-beats: This is followed by a bold tutti statement of the theme, "with the whole orchestra thumping it out in aggressive semi-staccato.
5 In its right hand is a key, a symbol of prosperity and openness, and in its left is a lotus flower, a symbol of peace, equality and purity.
6 Its right hand held a small chryselephantine statue of crowned Nike, goddess of victory;
7 The southern statue however is largely in its original form apart for its right hand.
8 It is an allegorical sculpture which holds the torch of civilization in its right hand and the broken chain of slavery in its left.
9 The report noted that Collins' body was found to be holding a can of aerosol air freshener in its right hand.
10 however, he sees the shadow of a figure holding its right hand up in the form of a Nazi salute.
11 The golden figure depicts a standing deity, dressed in royal regalia, wearing a crown and holding a sword in its right hand.