01. In the Muslim religion, it is forbidden to make any [images] of God, so mosques are decorated with quotes from the Koran rather than pictures of religious figures.
02. One of the most important [images] of the fall of communism in the 1980s was the destruction of the Berlin Wall.
03. Terrence does not project the kind of [image] we want associated with this company, and he must be replaced.
04. Though his party is unpopular, the governor has managed to maintain a positive [image] among voters.
05. Many people object to the sexist [images] of women which appear all too often in the media.
06. Many of the [images] in the movie were created on computers.
07. According to the Christian Bible, God made man in his own [image].
08. George Bernard Shaw once said that the only service a friend can really render is to keep up your courage by holding up to you a mirror in which you can see a noble [image] of yourself.
09. The portrait in ancient Rome had a twofold function: it both preserved the person's [image] and contributed to the history of the family.
10. The cathedral at Chartres is full of female [imagery] connected with the Virgin Mary.
11. The [images] of the two hijacked jetliners crashing into the World Trade Center in New York will remain in the minds of those who have seen them forever.
12. On the stone temples of Madura in southern India, there are more than 30 million carved [images] of gods and goddesses.
13. In 1977, the Voyager spacecraft photographed the first [images] of Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune.
14. Following the Reformation in Europe, there began a progressive decline in Christian [imagery] in Protestant churches.
15. Some of the most original and puzzling [imagery] in Western Art was produced by Hieronymus Bosch.
16. The [images] on a computer screen are made up of more than 5,000 pixels, or dots, per square inch.
17. Forming mental [images] of new vocabulary is a valuable aid in learning a second language.
18. The [images] of cars and driving which we see in the media don't generally promote safe driving.
19. NASA's twin Voyager spacecraft have been taking never-before-seen [images] of the outer planets.
20. The public relations department is responsible for projecting the right [image] of our corporation.
21. In the Middle Ages, art generally consisted of religious [imagery].

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