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Cunningham

Merce . born 1919, US dancer and choreographer. His experimental ballets include Suit for Five (1956) and Travelogue (1977)
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Evidently, therefore, Alec Cunningham had lied when he said that the two men were struggling when the shot was fired.
When I recovered I managed, by a device which had perhaps some little merit of ingenuity, to get old Cunningham to write the word 'twelve,' so that I might compare it with the 'twelve' upon the paper.
I had a little talk with old Cunningham afterwards as to the motive of the crime.
Of course, we do not yet know what the relations may have been between Alec Cunningham, William Kirwan, and Annie Morrison.
The two Cunninghams were bending over the prostrate figure of Sherlock Holmes, the younger clutching his throat with both hands, while the elder seemed to be twisting one of his wrists.
They all tend to deepen the impression upon my mind that the Cunninghams, father and son, had written this letter.
The Cunninghams joined us, as you doubtless remember, outside the kitchen door.
I had hardly got the paper, however--which was, as I had expected, in one of them--when the two Cunninghams were on me, and would, I verily believe, have murdered me then and there but for your prompt and friendly aid.
Incumbent Republican John "Jack" Cunningham is beginning his 16th year as Kane County clerk and he's the first to admit he's not perfect.
The search for missing Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) employee Timothy Cunningham entered its third week with no clue as to the whereabouts of the 35-year-old, who disappeared after leaving work because he felt sick.
and Kathleen Cunningham, Ryan Foley and Thomas Cunningham had a lot of issues to deal with at the former National Perforating Inc.
David and Ann Cunningham of Eugene celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary June 11 with family and friends at the Long Tom Grange in Junction City.