Currier


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  • noun

Synonyms for Currier

United States lithographer who (with his partner James Ives) produced thousands of prints signed 'Currier & Ives' (1813-1888)

a craftsman who curries leather for use

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It's the structure of Chinese text which interests Currier and which he attempts to simulate in a sound world that was sometimes disturbing but mostly enchanting.
Over the course of her career, Currier has worked on both the client and agency sides, in addition to providing strategic consulting to the executive suite.
Welsh moved up a gear, however, and scrum-half Darren Edwards touched down a scrum pushover before Currier cut through from the ten-metre line for a try converted by Lee.
The hosts were ahead after just four minutes when fullback Peter Shaw beat three tackles to race clear, and tries from Currier and flanker Dave Muckalt soon followed.
Prior to joining Data Connection, Currier was Director of Worldwide Sales for networking software solutions at NextHop Technologies.
Mr Currier - who had just moved from Birmingham - died from a stab wound to his leg but the coroner recorded an open verdict.
Karen Tebbenhoff, public relations and marketing manager for the Currier, said that although comments have been "all over the map" regarding the sculpture, many she's received have been positive.
26 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Board of Medical Examiners is appealing the decision of Justice Gary Katzmann of the Massachusetts Appeals Court, which granted the petition of breastfeeding mother Sophie Currier for extra break time to express milk.
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Currier & Ives, A Midnight Race on the Mississippi, 1890.
Other impressive pieces include the Currier and Ives lithograph ``The Road - Winter,'' (nice fake snow and skaters in the audience); James Tissot's ``The Letter,'' with a young woman disappointed by her absent lover; John Sloan's ``South Beach Bathers''; and the gravity-defying surf shot, ``Cutting Glass.
South Wales led 13-4 at halftime with tries by Andy Currier and Mark Wallington, two conversions by Bebb and a drop goal by Wallington.
Today's opening is a milestone for the tribe, said Tribal Chairman John Currier.