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

  • Munch, Edvard 1863-1944. Norwegian artist whose works include etchings, lithographs, and paintings, such as The Scream (1893) and Frieze of Life (1897).

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  • "Munch is known for developing younger talent, and I'm looking forward to perfecting (my craft) with him," Kevin Matthews said. —

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  • Instead, Munch is grounded here as an artist highly integrated and influenced by his impressionist peers both inside and outside of Scandinavia.

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  • I think perhaps the figure on the bridge in Munch's The Scream must have been a mother.

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  • Martin Munch would be happy if he could just get a woman naked and tied to a tree.

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  • He’s chosen Martin Munch, boy genius, as his new business partner, and he'’s chosen the Barrens as his new playground.

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  • Stephen Carrick-Davies's latest research on the risks faced by vulnerable young people online is called Munch, Poke, Ping.

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  • Munch is another artist whose images have become contemporary icons.

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  • I don't know why I like the idea of Munch in Philadelphia so much.

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  • When art historians call Munch, together with artists like Van Gogh, "the founder of expressionism", it is because of a picture such as The Scream.

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  • Among the other partnerships announced today, Mr. Silverman revealed that Electus Distribution is working with New York based production company Sharpe Entertainment (producers of the Travel Channel hit show Man vs. Food) on a new series called Munch Madness, (inspired by the Eurovision Song Contest) in which various regional restaurants will square off tournament-style, ala NCAA basketball, in a competition for national foodie bragging rights.

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