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Calder

Alexander. 1898--1976, US sculptor, who originated mobiles and stabiles (moving or static abstract sculptures, generally suspended from wire).
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Having seen his pal and team-mate, Jack Grealish, learn his trade at Notts County, Calder wanted a taste of it.
The innovative design will make the intersection safer by constructing a large circulating road above the Calder Highway that will carry traffic over both the north and south bound lanes of the Calder Highway," Mr Mulder said.
This last remark is equally applicable to writers, and Young must be applauded for bringing the same lightness of touch to his text as Calder did to his mobiles and stabiles.
Analyzing the strategic and policy implications of this new continentalism is the most challenging objective that Calder set for himself.
They had initially seen Calder and her female partner in The Bridges shopping centre, where Calder was staring at the sisters.
However this was due to rising lead prices on the London Metal Exchange and Calder said "underlying activity levels remained weak".
Calder was involved in four league title wins and holds the Elite League goal scoring record.
The Hyflux order is the second major order for Flowserve Calder in recent months.
Calder Associate's approach of offering both business owners and buyers personal and professional services now extends farther south with the merger of Bay Business Advisors, LLC.
Between 1926 and 1933, Calder spent most of his time in Paris.
A jury at the high court in Glasgow last month found Calder of Alva, Clacks, guilty of causing death by dangerous driving.
Calder began his career in the ink industry as a QC lab manager, and picked up spectrophotometry so well he became a national technician.