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Cun·ning·ham

 (kŭn′ĭng-hăm′), Imogen 1883-1976.
American photographer whose close-up images of flowering plants and the human body are notable as explorations of pure texture and form.

Cunningham

, Mercier Philip Known as "Merce." 1919-2009.
American dancer and choreographer of avant-garde works, including Squaregame (1976).

Cunningham

(ˈkʌnɪŋəm)
n
(Biography) Merce (mɜːs). 1919–2009 US dancer and choreographer. His experimental ballets include Suit for Five (1956) and Travelogue (1977)

Cun•ning•ham

(ˈkʌn ɪŋˌhæm)

n.
Merce, born 1919?, U.S. dancer and choreographer.
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"It's a baddish business," he added when the butler had gone; "he's our leading man about here, is old Cunningham, and a very decent fellow too.
"In that case, of course, Acton's and Cunningham's are just the places he would go for, since they are far the largest about here."
Old Acton has some claim on half Cunningham's estate, and the lawyers have been at it with both hands."
Cunningham saw him from the bedroom window, and Mr.
Cunningham and his son, who were able to point out the exact spot where the murderer had broken through the garden-hedge in his flight.
Cunningham stood and saw the two men struggling just where we are.
"You'll want it," said young Alec Cunningham. "Why, I don't see that we have any clue at all."
Cunningham, tapping the Sunday paper, in which the calamity in question had just been announced to him.
Cunningham, the woman whom her hostess had referred to as being her particular friend, and one who shared her passion for entertaining, chatted fitfully to her neighbour, Major Thomson.
Hewett, Cook, Johnson, Cunningham, your men are of the poop-guard.
* John Cunningham, Avis Everhard's father, was a professor at the State University at Berkeley, California.
For three days Robin abided in London in the Queen's household, and at the end of that time the King's head Page, Edward Cunningham, came, and taking Robin with him, departed northward upon his way to Sherwood.