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  • n. Plural form of vanguardist.


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  • This new collection "bridges the gap that exists in Spanish bookstores, in which there are classic European authors, some Americans, but not the Latin American vanguardists," Apablaza said.

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  • Concurrently, there have been strident efforts by white power vanguardists to isolate and attract their own followers, in a long-term struggle to reclaim the reins of domestic dominance.

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  • The exhibition's portraits from the Paris years — photographs, drawings, sculptures — both of Noguchi and by Noguchi attest to his friendship with such expatriate vanguardists as Calder, Man Ray and Berenice Abbott; the inclusion of a Davis painting reminds us that the American Cubist's studio and Noguchi's were in the same neighborhood when Davis lived in Paris.

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  • They are entirely dependent on short story writers and erotic vanguardists to give them fresh meat.

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  • Because if the hippies were just the extreme manifestation of a new rural/grass roots/populist movement you can understand why both Trotskyite vanguardists like the neo-cons and process liberals would be offended and frightened.

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  • Old-guard vanguardists Stereolab and Sonic Youth feel your pain.

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  • Britpop vanguardists Suede will strut their achingly androgynous stuff for the first time since their 2003 split this March at the Royal Albert Hall, in a fundraising gig for the Teenage Cancer Trust.


  • Politics makes some strange bedfellows, and they don't come stranger than this demo's mutant hybrid of neo-Situationist Radical Anthropologists with a hankering for the good ole 'days of RTS and the transit vanguardists of the Socialist Workers Party.

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  • See, for vanguardists, there’s no contradiction between being a sincere advocate and opportunistically positioning yourself.

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  • Along with the 51 politically or racially motivated murders that one watchdog group attributes to white power skinheads in 1987-2001 and the potential of another Timothy McVeigh, the most frightening aspect of what Zeskind documents is the sustainability of the ideas: The vanguardists, as he calls them, "survived police crackdowns, multiple criminal prosecutions, civic opposition and legal challenges" and managed to keep the tenets of national socialism alive, "a usable past for any similar movement in the future."

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