On Tuesday, a small plane flying over the campus carried an ominous banner that read, “Take the statue down or we will.”
Where Lincoln has a statue, you have a picture of yourself mid-sneeze.
A young man in dark clothing and dark sunglasses wielded a statue of Jesus on the cross.
At a local poker club catty corner from the Lenin statue, players were dismissive of the pro-Russia protestors.
And almost as an afterthought, there will be a statue of Eisenhower — as a boy.
Then she turned on her heel all of one piece, like a statue on a pivot, and went homewards.
By the statue of Horace Greeley I stood a moment irresolute.
Pray you, do not think me Unworthy of your ear: it was your beauty That turn'd me statue.
Reid sat in the dark, still as a statue; I clenched my hands and held silence.
Mrs. Lear stood by the gate for all the world like a statue of bronze.
c.1300, from Old French statue (12c.), from Latin statua "image, statue," prop. "that which is set up," back-formation from statuere "to cause to stand, set up," from status "a standing, position," from stare "to stand" (see stet). The children's game of statues is attested from 1906.