What does this strange mark symbolise?
The Amur leopard symbolises the fragility of our natural heritage.
Organisers say the fire symbolises letting go of the past.
They symbolise both the success of the government's urbanisation policy and also its chronic failures.
The women wore white, symbolising pure intentions, and carried gladioli, a single stem each.
There are different images, forms of the Buddha, that actually kind of symbolise those events.
One example in particular has come to symbolise the equilibrium: the prisoner's dilemma.
The heart he has locked away slowly shrivels and grows hair, symbolising his own descent to beasthood.
The use of this obsolete technology symbolises a worrying lack of effective dialogue between the two countries'armed forces.
The European acquisition of tobacco, and European pipe-smoking, symbolise for many Native Americans the expropriation of their homeland.
He needed ways to symbolise that freshness.
The wall came to symbolise the " Iron Curtain" that separated Western Europe and the Eastern Bloc during the Cold War.
柏林墙象征的" 铁幕" ， 在冷战期间隔离了西欧和东欧团。
According to Ed Miliband, the Labour leader, it symbolises an out-of-touch, uncaring Tory government that stands up for the privileged few.
It seems that the painful intensity of the ball game symbolised the constant cosmic struggle between the forces of life and death.
However, David revealed all by saying the number symbolises spiritual perfection, the Seven Wonders of the World and the seven colours of the rainbow.
For many, the scene came to symbolise the ruthlessness with which dissent is now being stamped out in Egypt. World news from the BBC.
Like so many creatures, the cats have been pushed to the very edge of extinction The Amur leopard symbolises the fragility of our natural heritage.
The apology came as the chief executive of the Gruenenthal Group Harald Stock unveiled a bronze statue symbolising a boy born without a limbs because of thalidomide.