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  • Love of the same, acquired from Rumination, that is Imagination of

    Leviathan

  • One of our rural poets, Myron Benton, whose verse often has the flavor of sweet cream, has written some lines called "Rumination," in which the cow is the principal figure, and with which I am permitted to adorn my theme.

    Birds and Poets : with Other Papers

  • There are also ample ways to see America's quirks through its art: The American Folk Art Museum has a new show, "Jubilation/Rumination"; the 58th Winter Antiques Show is at the Park Avenue Armory through Jan. 29; and the Metropolitan Museum of Art has just opened its new galleries for American art.

    It's History (Believe It or Not)

  • The beleaguered museum—which faced an uncertain future after announcing last May that it would sell its 53rd Street building—said on Monday that it will start a new chapter in January with "Jubilation/Rumination: Life, Real and Imagined," its first major exhibit since moving to what had been its Lincoln Square annex.

    Folk Art Museum at 50

  • "Jubilation/Rumination" will be organized thematically, rather than chronologically, and will explore "what is imagination, what is life and how does it get reflected in works of art," said Ms. Hollander.

    Folk Art Museum at 50

  • The museum celebrates a half-century with "Jubilation/Rumination: Life, Real and Imagined"—nearly 100 paintings, drawings, weathervanes and other works by self-taught artists like James Bard, best known for his paintings of steamboats.

    Don't Miss: Jan. 21-27

  • Rumination is also associated with something being “stuck” in the brain.

    The Chemistry of Calm

  • Promoted to Headline (H3) on 12/15/09: Rumination on Taxation yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Rumination on Taxation'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Article: Options for restoring tax equity are discussed, with the dual objectives of restoring fiscal credibility to Washington and of righting the economic ship of state.'

    Rumination on Taxation

  • Books—and Blogs—Deserve Rumination a... on A Backstage Sociologist deterrent effect of death penalty still ... on Contexts Crawler

    BRIDGESTONE TIRES SAY, “SHUT THE HELL UP, WOMAN!” » Sociological Images

  • Books—and Blogs—Deserve Rumination a... on A Backstage Sociologist child care benefits the…parents? on Contexts Crawler

    “POWER,” “ROMANCE,” “LET’S DANCE!” » Sociological Images

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