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“Only a few days earlier, I told you that the dragon overlord, Beryl, was dead, as well as the wicked dragon known as Cyan Bloodbane. ”
“Carrie Biolo, administrator of the symphony, said Fure's piece, "Cyan," has many "sounds and textures.”
“There will also be a premiere performance of "Cyan" by Marquette native Ashley Fure.”
“Bonds, who is an industrial engineer with gigs at Disney, Lockheed, and Cyan, says that the art form follows the trajectory of the audience: In the first half of the decade, it was all about early adopters, the in-crowd playing interactive games, the first to buy the latest technologies.”
“The founder Cyan Banister created a highly interactive site/community platform that lets models, photographers, artists and "rock stars" have the freedom to express themselves based on their creative sensibilities and not on whether it is must pass some artificial "acceptable" test for a mass audience.”
“Federal Election Commission records show that Cyan Banister, who founded California-based Zivity. com with her husband, contributed $4,800 to Paul earlier this year.”
“I should be out there now in the Great Cyan Starcrèches with my warrior brethren and their new alien allies, he thought.”
“Those latter two didn't really surprise anyone, but those companies had deals with smaller studios like Factor 5 and Cyan, who now struggle to stay alive.”
“Cyan, for some reason, went first, stopping the experiment in its tracks.”
“Most inkjet printers use only four basic ink colors - Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black.”
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