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

  • Hiroshige, Ando 1797-1858. Japanese artist who captured the serenity of his country's landscape with his superbly composed color woodblock prints, including Fifty-three Stages of the Tokaido (1832).


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  • Sullivan Higdon's finance and health care client list includes American Century Investments, Intrust Bank, and CareFusion and Merial. Front Page

  • Even though the Flat Stanley series is marketed for children younger than Higdon's students, she said teachers 'addition of writing lessons and other work made the assignments more fun and challenging for all involved.

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  • As he considers his options, Higdon's eyes are on two components of the employment market - job openings in the local financial sector and the influx of graduates poised to compete for those positions. - A Global Leading News Source

  • Perry was the girlfriend of Higdon's son and mother of Higdon's 3-year-old grandson.

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  • Higdon's family said she suffers from bipolar disorder and has been institutionalized before.

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  • Higdon's list of commissioners is extensive and includes such acclaimed programs as

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  • The Pulitzer board said Higdon's concerto "combines flowing lyricism with dazzling virtuosity." Home RSS feed

  • I wasn't moved by Higdon's concerto, but I was entertained. - RSS

  • Hearing the young virtuoso Hilary Hahn roar through Higdon's flashy Violin Concerto on Thursday with music director Leonard Slatkin and the Detroit Symphony Orchestra offered a primer on why Higdon's music has become catnip for so many performers and audiences. - RSS

  • "Percussion Concerto," which won the Grammy, is a 25-minute piece for solo percussion and orchestra, according to Higdon's website.

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