American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Currier, Nathaniel 1813-1888. American lithographer who with his business partner James Merritt Ives produced more than 7,000 different prints illustrating American life and tradition, each signed "Currier & Ives.”
“Now Currier is suing it for $250,000, says the story, going on »»»”
“After placing all seriously sick and wounded on board hospital ship "Currier" we proceeded to Archangel, and arrived there Oct. 22nd.”
“That's the iditor of the 'Currier' in yon high room, and p'raps he'll pay me as much for a wink and a hint the night as I'll get for me day's work termorrow.”
“Folks on the political right tend to favor an absolute measure," says Erin Currier, manager of the Pew Charitable Trusts' Economic Mobility Project, a research group.”
“The Numbers Guy: Economic Mobility Stats Are Moving Target Ms. Currier says the new method may show more economic mobility in the U.S. relative to its peers than have reports focusing on relative mobility.”
“I saw it as both poetic and important science, and spent five years on the work, stated Currier.”
“Currier then approached Mr. Roshuk, formerly counsel to the Wikipedia Foundation, who also worked as a manager and administrator in various arts organizations.”
“Currier was given a pro bono lawyer through Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts shortly after the performance, but when it was discovered that a client of the same law firm was on the Board of Directors of the Brooklyn Philharmonic, he lost representation.”
“After the orchestra said they were heading into overtime, the suit further alleges, Currier acquiesced to making last-minute cuts.”
“When it became evident that neither of the two not-for-profit organizations who were committed to backing the premiere – Earth Day Network and the Brooklyn Philharmonic – could raise the money for the concert, Currier put in his savings.”
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