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  • Underlying it all, like a set of conversational box springs, was the provincial patois of the Strip'the jumpy, jerky hybrid argot known as Spang, for English-Spanish slang.

    The Mocking Program

  • Spang, which is used by absolutely everyone I encounter in Civvie Street - in fact some people assume it's my Christian name. from my work colleagues, due to the rather obvious craters in each of my cheeks.

    BBC News | News Front Page | World Edition

  • Cups have been known to bear such names as "Spang," "Bealchier," and "Crumpuldud," while others bore the names of the patron saints of their owners.

    Arts and Crafts in the Middle Ages A Description of Mediaeval Workmanship in Several of the Departments of Applied Art, Together with Some Account of Special Artisans in the Early Renaissance

  • Sadly, "Spang," as it was fondly known, is no more; and with the impending closure of Westwinds it looks like another great affordable place to play golf will be gone as well.

    Victorville Daily Press :

  • The exhibition, which will travel to Los Angeles and St. Paul, Minn., is enriched by impressive photo essays, juxtaposing works by Bently Spang (b. 1960) and Ken Blackbird (b.1956) with 19th-century archival photos.

    The Art Behind the Narrative

  • "Shapeshifting" dutifully includes works by the traditional and contemporary artists who are regulars in Indian installations, including the celebrated potters Maria and Julian Martinez, from the San Ildefonso Pueblo, and Hopi artist Nampeyo, as well as the obligatory photo-bedecked Bently Spang contemporary take on the traditional Cheyenne warshirt.

    Artifacts to Artworks

  • I noticed how much blonde actress Laurette Spang resembled Olivia Newton-John in Xanadu, two full years before that opus.

    Weekly Mishmash: August 30-September 5 : Scrubbles.net

  • You can keep your pouty J-pop idols and bubbleheaded bridge crew: we have Laurette Spang, Maren Jensen, and Anne Lockhart, any one of whom could destroy the entire Zentradi fleet single-handedly by batting her eyelashes.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • The curators invite its comparison to a nearby 2010 fringed "war shirt" commissioned from Bently Spang, the suddenly ubiquitous Northern Cheyenne artist whose designs, which are meant to be seen, not worn, are also on view in Manhattan and Brooklyn.

    Shows That Defy Stereotypes

  • Composed from memory cards, plastic and hemp cord, Mr. Spang's boxy creations stitch together photographs of images from his Montana homeland, such as flowers and rocks.

    Shows That Defy Stereotypes

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