Calder


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Cal·der

 (kôl′dər, kŏl′-), Alexander 1898-1976.
American sculptor who created the mobile in Paris in the early 1930s and also produced immobile abstract sculptures known as stabiles.

Calder

(ˈkɔːldə)
n
(Biography) Alexander. 1898–1976, US sculptor, who originated mobiles and stabiles (moving or static abstract sculptures, generally suspended from wire)

Cal•der

(ˈkɔl dər)

n.
Alexander, 1898–1976, U.S. sculptor.
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Now Sheffield-based developer Gleeson Homes, which took over the nearby Calder View housing estate in 2017, has installed 'No entry' signs on the road.
Agent Lee Marsh said the court case which put Calder behind bars for nine months was "over-exaggerated" and a "ridiculous decision that hasn't achieved anything".
Calder, of Denholme Grove, Kings Heath, had previously been found guilty of assault following a trial.
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Calder joined the Scottish Championship side last year from Aston Villa, making more than 20 appearances for the club.
"Following a trial at Birmingham Magistrates' Court this week and the subsequent guilty verdict, Inverness Caledonian Thistle Football Club can confirm that it has terminated the registration of Riccardo Calder with immediate effect," their statement read.
Calder will head the development of the upcoming range of MQB-A0-IN-based products from Skoda and Volkswagen.
With the opening of Calder's Florida Office, it becomes Calder's fourth regional office in addition to its headquarters in New Jersey, and other regional offices in Pennsylvania, and the Washington, DC metro area including Virginia and Maryland.
Representing Scotland at the British Tri-Nations tournament in Sheffield on Saturday and Sunday, Calder dispatched both of England's best boxers to become Springhill's first ever female British champion.
Newport Crown Court heard yesterday that Calder, 57, had falsely claimed PS55,444.43 in benefits, including income support, housing benefit and council tax benefit from around 2009.
Calder was also a capable amateur rider who booted home 34 winners in a long career over the jumps, including two victories in the prestigious Buccleuch Cup at Kelso, and also enjoyed plenty of success as a breeder.