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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Greenaway, Catherine Known as "Kate.” 1846-1901. British artist and writer noted for her illustrations of her own children's books, such as Under the Window (1879).

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Examples

  • Abstract: A season and four fifths after leaving the show, Elle Greenaway is still in first place.

    Someone in the internets is wrong!

  • Indeed at its best - here and in Drowning by Numbers - the collaboration between Nyman and Greenaway is something rarely equalled in British cinema.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • Update, 3/5: "The Zodiac killings are like the VUE in Greenaway's The Falls or the V-2 attacks in Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow: a mysterious, violent episode from which an infinite and infinitely weird collection of contradictory facts radiates, while hapless human beings make increasingly desperate attemps to catalogue, classify and understand," writes Joe Armenio.

    GreenCine Daily: Zodiac.

  • At Time Out, Chris Tilly reports that Peter Greenaway is working on a videogame to accompany his next feat - ... well, multimedia extravaganza, Nightwatching.

    GreenCine Daily: Shorts, 11/30.

  • The armory's president, Rebecca Robertson, calls Greenaway's installation "an incredible multimedia reverie."

    Peter Greenaway Video Reinterpets 'The Last Supper' At The Armory

  • Pallotta and Wolting are working on an interactive web documentary about propaganda called Unspeak and a feature, Eisenstein in Guanajuato, with British director Peter Greenaway, both of which include multi-platform elements.

    Tribeca Film: Future of Film: Why Transmedia Is Catching On (Part 2)

  • Producer David Gregory's "Sweets" offers some comic relief, evoking Peter Greenaway and Dusan Makavejev at their gastronomic extremes, in a sugary anecdote of gluttony unbound—yet another tale of male-female relationships gone awry.

    Don't be Afraid of the Dark

  • At St Pancras coroner's court the assistant deputy coroner, Suzanne Greenaway, said further toxicology tests would be carried out to establish how the singer died.

    Amy Winehouse postmortem inconclusive, say police

  • Councillor Greenaway will also be joining the UUP whereas Councillor Deirdre Nelson is joining the Conservatives.

    DUP Councillors defect to Nicholson Camp!

  • A career retrospective of the French cinematographer Agnès Godard, who worked alongside Wim Wenders and Peter Greenaway and has shot films for Claire Denis and Agnes Varda , concludes with a pair of screenings.

    Doom and Gloom, and the Cult

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