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a school of art that emerged in the United Kingdom in the 1950s and became prevalent in the United States and the United Kingdom in the 1960s

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HPTN 071 (PopART) researchers are currently examining the effects of the interventions on other study outcomes including herpes simplex virus-2 incidence, tuberculosis and HIV-related stigma.
Further possible cannula sites are described below--see Simpson and Popart (2002)
One of the first tasks of the POPART project will be to conduct similar inventories of other national collections in Europe, says Lavedrine.
The younger age range will find counting from 1 to 20 an adventure with numbers and familiar objects drawn in bright, vibrant colors in a popart format.
Relishing the visual aspects of graphic design, Jodie Daniels and Joe Hinton opened Popart Studio in Fayetteville to startle Internet surfers by presenting information using the latest technology and snappy designs.
We joined the most famous faces in the world to watch the Irish superstars kick off their Popart Tour in Las Vegas.
A statistical parsimony haplotype network (Polzin and Daneshmand, 2003) was constructed with PopART (Leigh and Bryant, 2015).
The Median Joining Network (Bandelt, 1999) was created using PopART (PopART, website).
A Best Of called Popart was released in 2003, from which their last single Flamboyant was taken.
Stunned fascination collided with the wish for the aesthetic optimization of display--a wish that made way for a playful acquisitiveness in the exhibited reconstruction of the "American Supermarket" at the Bianchini Gallery, New York (1964), where Popart heroes like Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol touted the beauty of mass-produced grocery items.