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Synonyms for Chirico

Italian painter (born in Greece) whose deep shadows and barren landscapes strongly influenced the surrealists (1888-1978)

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On Wednesday, Chirico said he wasn't surprised to learn Nelson was behind the referendum push.
While the race he won at the Nottinghamshire circuit was something of a penalty kick he was sent off the 1-10 favourite Chirico Vallis impressed with his jumping on good ground.
I was able to remediate my kids who were struggling immediately based on the information and the success criteria in Standards Tracker," Chirico says.
Chirico was joined in the second round by countrywomen Varvara Lepchenko, a 6-0, 6-2 winner over Japan's Risa Ozaki, and Christina McHale, who edged Ukraine's Kateryna Kozlova 6-4, 3-6, 7-6.
Questo volume ricostruisce il fruttuoso sodalizio tra i pittori Ezio Gribaudo e Giorgio de Chirico, sfociato in diverse pubblicazioni e progetti espositivi, a partire dall'incontro dei due artisti nel 1968, quando de Chirico presenzio all'inaugurazione di una mostra di Gribaudo alla Galerie de France a Parigi.
Chirico is 8-11, having been 5-6, to win at least a set and that can be considered.
Chirico was making Watson work for every hold and claimed further breaks in the fifth and ninth games to take the set.
Chirico dijo que habia aprendido de Nietzsche y de Schopenhauer el sinsentido de la vida y la manera de representarlo en su pintura.
Chirico completed a residency in diagnostic radiology and a fellowship in body imaging at the University of Maryland Hospital.
Surrealist painter Giorgio De Chirico is one of these artists.
While reinsurers traditionally keep their assets in conservative, low-risk investments--which are delivering record low yields these days--these new compariles are tapping into the skill of hedge fund managers to handle their investments, said Steven Chirico, assistant vice president of A.
As we head into the heart of the summer reading season, sales are likely to continue exceeding even our most optimistic forecasts," Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group president Anthony Chirico (http://media-center.
The Roman apartment where Giorgio de Chirico lived with his wife Isabella from the period following World War II until his death, in 1978, is no exception: The innovative and original charge of his work clashes with the cozy, bourgeois environment of his home.
Steve Chirico, an assistant vice president of Oldwick, N.
Baird will join Citigroup in August and report to John Chirico and Richard Zogheb, the co-heads of capital markets origination for the Americas.