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  • Urbanus "derives from the Latin word of" urban ", and strongly reflects the office's design approach: reading architectural program from the viewpoint of the urban environment in general, and the ever changing urban situations in specific.

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  • Tune In Listen to a track from the new album "Urbanus" by Stefon Harris Whereas Mr. Glasper presents his music on "Double Booked" in two distinct sections, Mr. Harris believes his is part of a whole.

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  • If you're the kind of fan who likes his music in little boxes — jazz in one, funk in another, hip-hop rhythms stashed somewhere else — ­ "Double Booked" (Blue Note) by Robert Glasper and "Urbanus" by Stefon Harris and his band Blackout may not be for you.

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  • On the brilliant "Urbanus," Mr. Harris and Blackout interpret the Gershwins (via Miles ­Davis), Buster Williams and Jackie McLean.

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  • The band had already booked a Grammy-night gig as part of this year's "We Always Swing" Jazz Series before finding out the member's latest disc, "Urbanus," had been deemed worthy of a nod for Best Contemporary Jazz Album.

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  • Contemporary Jazz Album: "Urbanus," Stefon Harris and Blackout; "Sounding Point," Julian Lage;

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  • The Citadel will also again rely on fellow guards Zach Urbanus, who averaged 10.6 points in 32 starts, and Austin Dahn, who finished at 6.9 points per game, as well as forwards Harrison DuPont, who averaged 6.9 points and 4.1 rebounds, and Bryan Streeter, who finished at 5.0 points and 4.7 rebounds per game.

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  • In his native Belgium, Willy Linthout is a household name through his cartoon Urbanus with over 130 albums and 10 million copies in print.

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  • Urbanus was suddenly beside him, tying a piece of wire above his arm stump then hauling him to his feet.

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  • As Urbanus dragged him through the crack in the armoured wall, Jebel glimpsed one of the new arrivals picking up a severed human leg and tearing the flesh from the bone with its mandibles, eating it.

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