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  • Undulating in a sea of calm blackness, these myriad night lights evoked their usual wonder, and unusual calm.

    Rabbi Bradley Shavit Artson: Everything I Needed To Know, I Learned From My Kids And The Stars

  • By Пресата presata. com» Blog Archive » 3D Projection Gives Building Fantastical, Undulating Skin [Art] on July 27, 2009 at 2: 04 pm

    Fly Shelf with a Projection Screen Integrated

  • The Sacramento Bee reports, Undulating her hips hypnotically, Allison Miller can almost make you think the hoop spinning around her waist is suspended in air, defying gravity.

    Hooping.org | Blog | Just Hoop It Sacramento Style

  • Adam Friedberg for The Wall Street Journal Undulating swirls of brown, green, yellow and tan -- a mini home-version of Mr. Lurie's 'Uniting Painting' is woven into the rug in the library, heads up the nearby bookshelves and over some electronics until it appears as the screensaver on a flat-screen television.

    A Cartoonist's Central Park Perch

  • The new-tech engineering system is named Ballistic Undulating Reciprocating Power, or B.U.R.P. In the event of space-based system failure, an Earth-based back-up is in the works.

    President to do some damage control. | RedState

  • Shakira and Her Undulating Hips performing during country-music week?

    'American Idol' down to 5

  • Undulating roofs of the local ceramic tile will shelter cultural and recreational facilities, shops and a high-rise hotel.

    Rules of Engagement

  • Undulating lighted facade system for parking garages serves as a gateway to the new Washington Nationals Baseball stadium.

    Another Nationals Park public art submission

  • •Undulating plains underlain by Triassic-age sedimentary rock, and characterized by a mosaic of farms and suburban-urban development.

    Ecoregions of New Jersey (EPA)

  • •Undulating plain primarily underlain by Cretaceous unconsolidated sediments that was once covered by mixed oak and beech-oak forests, but now dominated by agriculture, urban development, and transportation infrastructure; land use and potential natural vegetation, are distinct from the Pine Barrens (84b) and Barrier Islands - Coastal Marshes (84c).

    Ecoregions of New Jersey (EPA)

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