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cummer

(ˈkʌmə)
n
1. a godmother
2. a female friend or companion
3. a woman
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Broken limbs from Hurricane Andrew still littered the gardens of the Cummer Museum in Jacksonville, Florida.
55) In a puzzling decision, the Ministry decided to approve the purchase of land located on 500 Cummer Avenue in Toronto from the public-school board, totaling five acres.
Steve Cummer (Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Duke University) said 'we show the exact same control over a sound wave as people have previously achieved with light waves.
Mandy, 45, bought Simba, whose full name is Kil Cummer Simba The Lion Heart, two years ago for her son Jack.
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To solve what scientists call the cocktail party problem, Duke University electrical engineer Steven Cummer and colleagues built a pizza pie-sized disk (illustrated below) that was divided into 36 wedges and imprinted with centimeters-high hexagonal cells.
He is also an expert in frame restoration and conservation, and his work can be found at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, El Museo del Prado, MoMA, Chicago Art Institute, Cummer Museum of Arts & Gardens, Parish Museum, Christie's, Sotheby's and Bonhams, as well as in private collections around the world.
Brothers At War, by Ottawa author Don Cummer, covers a little known part of Canadian history--the years leading up to the War of 1812.
Our work demonstrates a simple and inexpensive approach to electromagnetic power harvesting," said Cummer.
NCU cummer softball camp: Northwest Christian University and the YMCA is offering a softball camp for girls June 12-13.