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“The Revolutionary World of Electronic Play's presentation will be guided by the NCHEG's document published last year describing the potential exhibit titled Concentric Circles: A Lens for Exploring the History of Electronic Games -- you can”
“In between was a great performance of Thomas Ades's violin concerto, called Concentric Paths, by Leila Josefewicz.”
“Is it possible that one cause of financial anxiety is that we are focused on "More OR Less" instead of "Concentric AND Eccentric"?”
“Concentric lines of variously colored beads emanate from his form like the visual embodiment of his impressive skills.”
“Concentric to the flat rim is UNITED STATES OF AMERICA at the top and HALF DOLLAR at the bottom, the two phrases separated by centered dots.”
“Entrance is free and to tempt the crowds, the first show, "The Color," lives up to its name with, for instance, Yves Klein's "Monochrome Orange" from 1955, Picasso's "Femme en bleu" from 1944 and Olafur Eliasson's 2004 light installation, "Your Concentric Welcome.”
“Concentric circles emanated from the center, each one with two numbers written next to it.”
“Concentric wheels with moveable rings, like those devised by Raymond Lull in the late 13th century, were commonly employed in medieval instruction; 154 for memory craft, they were often rendered in the guise of compatible mechanisms, such as astrolabes. 155 In addition to a series of alphamnemonic wheels, Publicius's treatise offers several examples of these recombinatorial diagrams, including a Porphyrian tree and a chessboard with its pieces. 156”
“Concentric lines of exquisitely fine quilting covered the white background, echoing the appliquéd shapes.”
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