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an urban-type settlement in Ola Raion, Magadan Oblast, RSFSR, situated on the Okhotskoe Sea at the mouth of Arman’ River, 60 km west of Magadan. Population, 24,000 (1968). Arman’ is the site of a fish-processing plant and a mink-breeding sovkhoz.

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The late Franco-American artist Arman (born Arman Fernandez) was inspired by Dada's use of found objects.
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In this case, the cartoon appeared in Arman, a Reformist daily.
Regional IEC chief, Izzatullah Arman told Pajhwok Afghan News former commanders, warlords and a number of provincial council members were involved in widespread fraud in parts of Balkh.
We are in consultations," rebel delegation chief Yassir Arman said, who along with other leaders was sentenced to death in absentia last month.
The Committee pointed out in statement issued, Thursday that It has been closely following what is happening in the negotiating table between the government and the SPLM Northern Sector represented in the person of Yasser Arman .
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The work is by Arman (1928-2005), an American artist born Armand Pierre Fernandez in Nice, France.
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Arman, who was born in 1928 in Nice and died in 2006, came onto the artistic scene at the height of the School of Paris and of Lyrical Abstraction in the vein of Nicolas de Stael or Serge Poliakoff, which he practiced for a brief moment before extracting painting from its traditional framework, first through the use of rubber stamps, then through the accumulation, compression, or destruction of everyday objects.