Turrel

Tur´rel


n.1.A certain tool used by coopers.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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(11.) Kavanagh AM, Kelly MT, Kmjacki L, Thornton L, Jolley D, Subramanian SV, Turrel G, Bentley RJ.
E dificil nao relacionar Tyndaya de Chillida com a Roden Crater de James Turrel (1943).
(2.) Giles-Corti B, Vernez-Moudon A, Reis R, Turrel G, Dannenberg AL, Badland H, Foster S, Lowe M, Sallis JF, Stevenson M, Owen N.
Mark Turrel said that Startup Grind was working to promote entrepreneurship in 300 cities of the world with the motto of changing the world towards better future.
(14) Penso no Homem que caminha, de Giacometti (Bonnefoy, 2012), e em James Turrel (Didi-Huberman, 2001) como possibilidade de desdobrar o andar como afecto pictorico.
In the six awards to date, the likes of Beccy Owen, Sakoba Dance, Katie Doherty, Lesley Roley, The Futureheads, The Unthanks, BalletLorent, Bad Taste Cru, Sharks Took The Rest, Kate Fox, The Cornshed Sisters, and Smoove and Turrel have all admirably taken on entertaining duties - with many of them doubling up as finalists and winners on the night too.
As Sebastien Turrel, a Senior Trade Promotion Officer in ITC's Office for Africa, says: 'We have to make sure we leave a strong legacy so that activities will continue beyond the lifespan of the programme.