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In·ness

 (ĭn′ĭs), George 1825-1894.
American artist whose landscape paintings, such as Lackawanna Valley (1855), combine relaxed brushwork with a commitment to realism.

In•ness

(ˈɪn ɪs)

n.
George, 1825–94, and his son George, 1854–1926, U.S. painters.
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Team Scotland are made up of: Stevie Cunningham (skip), Bob Drysdale, Jim Gales, Robert Inness, Jim Thomson and coaches Shelly Cunningham and Janet Gales.
MANAGER Andy Inness has challenged his Newcastle United Ladies side to replicate their SSE Women's FA Cup form in their league campaign.
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Denise Inness added: "Hopefully folks have learned.
Shaun Inness, of Peel Street in Heckmondwike, was found guilty of assault following a trial.
Briggs points to a shelf lined with books on Corot, Courbet, George Inness, Millet, American Tonalism, The Hudson River School, The Barbizon School].
Inness is affiliated with the University of Reading, UK.
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But, with only four minutes left on the clock, it was Barnet who bagged all three points when, through a melee of players, Rinata Inness struck a shot from close range which bobbled into the net.
DISNEY FANS From left, Louie Inness, four, and Antonia Emmerson, three, at Kids 1st Nursery in Gosforth
The auction brought bargains for as little as $15, as well as surprises: An illuminated Hebrew book fetched $33,000 from a New Jersey man, and a George Inness oil painting of Mount Washington topped out at $24,000.