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Synonyms for hare

flesh of any of various rabbits or hares (wild or domesticated) eaten as food

run quickly, like a hare

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Given that Keith Haring is an artistic figure in the SoHo neighborhood, NOMO SOHO was hand-picked by The CityKids Foundation as the ideal location for the announcement as the hotel pays tribute to the nostalgia of the neighborhood while still keeping current with the times.
I reached Haring in California, read him the statement, and was ecstatic when he agreed to sign.
The Ducks turned to Haring, and she used the midrange jumper to get them going again.
Students learned that Haring was a twentieth-century Pop Artist, which means that he used popular subjects (such as cartoon characters) and commonly known symbols (hearts, dogs, human figures).
Haring was also important in the politics of Modern architecture in Germany.
Every day after the show," says actor Daniel Reichard, who plays Haring, "I meet people who say, `I met him; I knew him; I hung out with him.
Blundell Jones attempts to rescue Haring from too close an association with the 'blood and soil' ideology of the Nazis.
Haring was a priest medic in the German army in World War II.
The cranky reaction of certain critics to the Keith Haring retrospective - in The New Yorker, Kurt Andersen remarked that Haring's "barking dogs, glowing babies, and jaunty everypeople are not much more than pleasant downtown wallpaper" - is reminiscent of the kind of response "serious" people usually reserve for bubblegum music.
Painted in 1984, "Big Bad Wolf" is a seminal Haring work, created as a gift for his close friend and fellow pop-artist, Kenny Scharf.
1, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- In honor of World AIDS Day, the Keith Haring Foundation and Proper Attire LLC will be premiering condoms for their second collaboration on December 1, 2010, at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) and Opening Ceremony boutiques.
And now through February 2001, Deitch Projects in New York City and the Keith Haring Foundation are presenting a show of Haring's works influenced by the Paradise Garage, where the late artist spent most of his Saturday nights between 1984 and 1987.
Bernard Haring has been the most significant figure in Catholic moral theology in the second half of the 20th century.