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  • In the 1971 "Accumulation," performed by Ms. Morrison and Tamara Riewe to the Grateful Dead, the setting was stunning: facing each other on opposite sides of Gerhard Richter's "Six Gray Mirrors," the dancers offered dual solos beginning with the now-familiar rotation of a fist with a hitchhiker's thumb.

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  • Accumulation or overuse injuries are due to continual repetitive activity of movements over a prolonged period of time that eventually will wear down or break down soft tissue structures in the body, starting as early as little league.

    Dr. Steve Rosenberg: Athletes Beware -- Aches, Pains and Strains; How Did That Happen?

  • Accumulation between six and 14 inches is expected.

    Seattle Weather: January 2012 Snowstorm Could Be Worst Blizzard In Decades (PHOTOS)

  • Accumulation scenarios range from little to none; to a minor accumulation mainly on grassy areas, sidewalks and elevated surfaces; to a few slushy inches even on roads, especially untreated ones, that could impact the Tuesday morning commute.

    After winds & more warmth, could it snow?

  • Accumulation of foreign reserves and the imposition of barriers to inward capital flows have begun to replace tariffs and quotas in the trade protectionism arsenals of governments.

    The Era Of Cheap Capital Draws To A Close

  • So it's fitting that among the five exhibitions opening on Thursday will be "Evidence of Accumulation," which highlights the three artists who have received a working studio and stipend from the 43-year-old uptown institution.

    Uptown, Turning Over a New Motif

  • Accumulation of the neurotransmitters in the synaptic cleft occurs provoking an increase in the stimulation of postsynaptic receptors. 3

    Cocaine Toxicity

  • The rulings involve two policies held by a Deutsche Bank AG investing entity named GIII Accumulation Trust.

    Ruling Is Defeat for Death-Bet Investors

  • Arman liked to say that he did not invent the Accumulation, but that it had found him.

    David Galenson: Arman and the Art of the Object

  • Hybrids were of course always possible, as for example the Homage to Cubism created a real equivalent to analytical Cubism, by displaying not imaginary fragments of guitars, but pieces of a number of real guitars -- a combination of an Accumulation and a Coupe.

    David Galenson: Arman and the Art of the Object

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