grosz


Also found in: Dictionary, Financial, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Words related to grosz

100 groszy equal 1 zloty in Poland

References in periodicals archive ?
Grosz received her undergraduate degree in Mathematics from Cornell University and her Master's and Doctoral degrees in Computer Science from the University of California at Berkeley.
Grosz' instructor back then was more than a teacher: He was a mentor who helped Grosz get an internship after just two months in the program.
Por un lado, John Heartfield, George Grosz y Otto Dix evolucionaron hacia la nueva objetividad, y otros, como Tristan Tazara, Max Ernst, Man Ray o Francis Picabia, se incorporaron al incipiente movimiento surrealista de Paris.
Grosz concludes that the man has a desire to shock others and his self-harm is used as a means to express himself and deal with his troubled childhood days.
Richard Nagy stages a major museum-quality exhibition dedicated to George Grosz; assembling over 50 works, it will be the first UK presentation of Grosz in almost 20 years.
Throughout his book, Grosz provides not a definition, but an enactment of the purpose of psychoanalysis, [one] which is both modest and profound," said Alexander Linklater of The Guardian.
From the bored housewife in denial of her husband's infidelity, to the bipolar twenty-something who will fake his own death to get attention, to the family man who just can't stop telling lies, Grosz highlights some of the most extreme examples of human behaviour and challenges the reader to empathise.
Barlach, Kokoschka y Kadinsky escribieron obras de teatro; Franz Marc aforismos; Arp, Grosz, Klee o Maidner poemas.
Grosz expects the full permit to be awarded by the end of the July.
The densely packed, often chaotic and grotesque paintings Grosz made around this time sprawl over the canvas, unlike the graphic works he produced for political journals, which are brilliantly pithy.
Bottineau Dean Ken Grosz says signs on campus, in Bottineau and along state Highway 5 east and west of town are being changed to reflect the change in name.
Some of the exiles, such as Max Beckmann and George Grosz came with bags full of illusions about America, especially on the American West.
NestlE[umlaut] applies a proactive, process-based quality management system to ensure safety, compliance and quality of their products across their operations worldwide, according to Johann Grosz, group leader in quality assurance, Nestec, Switzerland, and one of the NestlE[umlaut] experts speaking at the conference.
Nine-year-old Josh Grosz was the youngest winner, claiming two golds, while Scott Rankin, 12, and 13-year-old Thomas Wilson repeated that success.
For Grosz what is at stake is a new feminist politics that takes Darwin's view of time and the future, follows its elaboration through the work of Nietzsche, Henri Bergson, and (especially) Gilles Deleuze, and issues in an "evolutionary" politics that resonates with Darwin's view of the living world.