body of work

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Noun1.body of work - the total output of a writer or artist (or a substantial part of it); "he studied the entire Wagnerian oeuvre"; "Picasso's work can be divided into periods"
end product, output - final product; the things produced
writing - (usually plural) the collected work of an author; "the idea occurs with increasing frequency in Hemingway's writings"
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I cannot tell you five things that make my exhibition great, but I can tell you i am proud to be able to produce a whole body of work to put my name to, where each piece is sincere and truthful to what I was trying to achieve.
Alanis Morissette is back in the public eye for the first time since becoming a mother and parenthood has influenced much of the 'You Oughta Know' singer's new body of work one way or another.
The honour recognises the Cardiff-born writer's body of work which culminated in the collection A Recipe for Water, published in 2009.
It is with that same joyous spirit that we salute his impressive body of work and his steadfast generosity," Howard added.
An impressive body of work, "French Strategic And Tactical Bombardment Forces Of World War I" is an outstanding military history by the team of Rene Martel, Allen Suddaby, and Steven Suddaby.
The Gold Medal honors an individual whose significant body of work has had a lasting influence on the theory and practice of architecture.
Kahn's buildings are keys to understanding New York's skyline: his body of work is featured here in a pairing of black and white images with in-depth architectural and biographical notes, making this a definitive guide.
A unique body of work, The Sorcerer's Trick: A Weapon Of Mass Deception by Morgan "Two Fires" Kazembe is an eclectic collection showcasing a vast and diverse cornucopia of worldly philosophy, conceptual understandings, wry insights, and "the everything of everything" reference book presented in a satirical, inventive, deeply engaging, and impressively informative manner that will hook the reader's total attention from first page to last.
As a long-time poet, and perpetual student of the universe around him, O'Callaghan's poetry buries itself deep into the skin of the reader, creating an upheaval of enlightening, life enriching and thought- provoking realizations only found in such judicious body of work.
Not only is this book filled with verse that speaks forcefully and lyrically in the voice of ancestors from various periods of Steptoe's life, but there are also critical essays from scholars who attest to and place his body of work in a critical format, which truly deserves praise.
Malone, who died in 1998, produced a large body of work of paintings, drawings, sculptures, jewelry, musical instruments and furniture during his career.
2 AUA AUA (DOROTHY IANNONE) Living in Germany since the late '60s, expatriate Dorothy lannone has created a voluptuous, libertarian, and unashamedly erotic body of work.