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Cutting Up Touches: A Brief History of Pockets and the People Who Pick Them.
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Cutting and Up
Tharp also created the dance roadshow Cutting Up, ( 1991 ) with Mikhail Baryshnikov, which went on to tour and appeared in 28 cities over two months.
" SCUM ", generally held to be an acronym of " Society for Cutting Up Men ", actually does not appear as an acronym in the body of the manifesto.
It was her first publisher, Maurice Girodias, who claimed that SCUM stood for " Society for Cutting Up Men ", something which, according to Susan Ware et al., Solanas " never seems to have intended.
" However, the phrase is on the cover of the 1967 self-published edition, after the title, in " Presentation of ... SCUM ( Society for Cutting Up Men ) ....", where it is not an expansion of a title word.
* Chair, Howard League's Commission of Inquiry into Violence in Penal Institutions for Young People ( the final report, Banged Up, Beaten Up, Cutting Up, published in 1995 )
A bootleg CD is in circulation which contains all of the material listed above as well as demo versions of " Society for Cutting Up Men ", " Boys Cry ", " Big in Japan ", " Space Walk " and " Match of the Day " and " Taxi ".
Cutting and History
According to History and the Morris Dance ( 2005 ) by John Cutting ( page 81 ), there was a curious event in 1377, where 130 men on horseback went " mumming " to the Prince of Wales ( later Richard II ).
George Roussos took photographs of various Long Island estates, and his photographs at the Bayard Cutting Arboretum State Park were collected in his book, The Bayard Cutting Arboretum History: A History and Description of William Bayard Cutting and His Country House, Westbrook, Great River, L. I.
Scrimshaw Techniques, History, Gallery, Equipment, Types of Ivory, Alternative Materials, Cutting, Sanding, Polishing, Creating Images, Inlays and Basing, Scrimshaw Techniques and Inking, Pub: Schiffer Publishing, ISBN 978-0-7643-2831-2
The Oakland Art Gallery opened in the Oakland Municipal Auditorium in 1916, and the Snow Museum of Natural History in the Cutting mansion in 1922.
Since 2003, Kupperberg has written numerous non-fiction books for young adults, including: Spy Satellites, The Tragedy Of The Titanic, Astronaut Biographies: John Glenn ( a Society Of School Librarians International Honor Book, 2004 ), Critical Perspectives On The Great Depression, The Nature Of Disease, Edwin Hubble And The Big Bang, The History Of The New York Colony, Rodeo Clowns, Origins Of The Action Heroes: Spider-Man, Cutting Edge Careers In Robotics, and In The News: Hurricanes for Rosen Publishing.
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The following tales were used in HBO's Tales From The Crypt television series: " The Man Who Was Death " ( issue # 17 ), " Mute Witness to Murder " (# 18 ), " Fatal Caper " (# 20 ), " The Thing From The Grave " (# 22 ), " Last Respects " (# 23 ), " Judy, You're Not Yourself Today " (# 25 ), " Loved to Death " (# 25 ), " Well Cooked Hams " (# 27 ), " The Ventriloquist's Dummy " (# 28 ), " Korman's Kalamity " ( re-titling of " Kamen's Calamity ", issue # 31 ), " Cutting Cards " (# 32 ), " Lower Berth " (# 33 ), " None But The Lonely Heart " (# 33 ), " Oil's Well That Ends Well " (# 34 ), " Curiosity Killed " (# 36 ), " Only Skin Deep " (# 38 ), " Mournin ' Mess " (# 38 ), " Undertaking Palor " (# 39 ), " Food For Thought " (# 40 ), " Operation Friendship " (# 41 ), " Cold War " (# 43 ), " Forever Ambergris " (# 44 ), " The Switch " (# 45 ) and " Blind Alleys " (# 46 ).
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In the Cutting Tool Division, the principal products include a wide variety of high speed steel milling cutters, end mills and saws.
Cutting short a holiday at Hong Kong, the aircraft carriers Lexington and Bennington steamed off into the South China Sea, accompanied by a swarm of destroyers, plus troopships loaded with marines.
Cutting to different angles within a scene now became well-established as a technique for dissecting a scene into shots in American films.
Cutting the size of the public sector work force, lowering the deficit, and enhancing revenues from taxes — as mandated by the multilateral lending institutions — were consistently his biggest stumbling blocks.
Cutting plotter knives cut into a piece of material ( paper, mylar or vinyl ) that is lying on the flat surface area of the plotter.
Cutting plotters are often relied upon for precision cutting of graphics produced by wide-format inkjet printers, however-for example to produce window or car graphics, or shaped stickers.
Cutting of cylinders using ignition switches had the drawback of allowing fuel to continue to pass through the engine, causing the spark plugs to oil up and prevent the engine from restarting.
Cutting tax rates can increase revenue if the tax rate is beyond the revenue-maximizing tax rate ( if the tax rate is to the right of the peak ), and decrease revenue if the tax rate is to the left of the peak.
* Cutting tools, such as the knife, scythe or sickle, are wedge-shaped implements that produce a shearing force along a narrow face.
Cutting the wedding cake is often turned into a ritual, complete with sharing a symbolic bite of the cake in a rite that harks back to the pagan confarreatio weddings in ancient Rome.
Cutting a Möbius strip along the center line with a pair of scissors yields one long strip with two full twists in it, rather than two separate strips ; the result is not a Möbius strip.
Cutting this new, longer, strip down the middle creates two strips wound around each other, each with two full twists.
Similarly, a generally 1 / f distribution pattern has been observed in film shot length by researcher James E. Cutting of Cornell University, in the study of 150 popular movies released from 1935 to 2005.