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United States sculptor who first created mobiles and stabiles (1898-1976)

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Originally planned to encompass 203 homes, Calder View was unfinished when original developer McInerny Homes went bust in 2011.
A court was told that after the woman's car hit the back of Calder's Mercedes, he went over and punched the nurse through the open window of her vehicle.
She had intended to get a taxi to pick up her car afterwards, but then bumped into Calder, who offered to give her a lift in his Mercedes.
At the opening of the new Dammam office, CLIMAX presented some of the experts behind its technology and provided live demonstrations of the CALDER valve testing machines to its customers.
They drove to a pub car park, where Calder, 22, left his car and proceeded to punch the woman several times through her vehicle's open window, the court heard.
With the addition of Diglio and the expansion to local representation in the southeast USA, Calder continues its commitment to bringing superior representation and services to business owners, private equity groups, companies, and prospective investors and acquirers.
The Shotts scrapper then came up against England number two Adrienne Pheobe, who again Calder beat on a unanimous decision.
The court heard that Calder was receiving PS1,000 a month from her husband, which later increased to PS1,500, and that the pair were living together.
Having served up a set of smashing salads at the Wimbledon Tennis Championship, Calder also took centre stage with a range of popular sandwich fillers, salads and dips for music lovers at Glastonbury, rowed into the top spot with a delicious spread at the Henley Royal Regatta, and backed a winning menu for racegoers at Royal Ascot.
Lewis Calder, aged 27, had started messaging the woman, named Kayla, on an adults only website before he started texting her.
Among the handful of artworks she stowed there was a 20m-high reproduction of Alexander Calder's monumental static sculpture Flamingo, the 1973 original of which stands in the Federal Plaza in Chicago.
Once Alexander Calder's sculptures began to be sited in Boston; Paris; Spoleto, Italy; Mexico City; and other global destinations, it was apparent that this versatile artist had a knack for thinking big.
Alexander Calder is a DVD documentary portrait of American sculptor Alexander Calder (1898-1976), known for inventing the art form of the mobile (a kinetic sculpture with balanced or suspended components, which can move in response to motor power or air currents), often used today to decorate homes, or the rooms of children.