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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).
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Cunningham

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

(ˈkʌn ɪŋˌhæm)

n.
Merce, born 1919?, U.S. dancer and choreographer.
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