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James. original name James Lewes Macie. 1765--1829, English chemist and mineralogist, who left a bequest to found the Smithsonian Institution
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Smithson "has been a valuable member of the business going back many years.
Smithson and Levy say that Aura, far from being a bellwether, may actually discourage other groups from mass casualty terrorism.
With its four strong limbs and dexterous fingers, Casineria opened a new, drier chapter in humanity's deep prehistory, Smithson and his colleagues argue in the April 8 NATURE.
Owens's writing on Smithson is thoroughly permeated by his wider commitment to establish a definition of postmodernism which itself is loaded with the premises of post-structuralism and Barthes in particular.
Stella, Warhol, and Smithson share what Jones terms, after Leo Marx, the rhetoric of the technological sublime.
Smithson was born in Paris, the illegitimate son of Hugh Smithson Percy, first Duke of Northumberland, and Elizabeth Hungerford Keate Macie, widow of James Macie of Bath.
He began to speed up and the officer estimated Mr Smithson was hitting speeds of up to 60mph in a 30mph area and going in and out of his lane into ongoing traffic causing other vehicles to brake.
Mr Smithson, who runs Keel Row bookshop in North Shields, had hoped to sell the poster - dating from around 1912-13 - at Durham Book Fair which took place on Saturday in County Hall near the DLI Museum which now owns the diaries kept by Lieut Col Morant' during the First World War.
3) "I am convinced," Smithson wrote in 1967, "that the future is lost somewhere in the dumps of the non-historical past.
Dave - dad to 17-year-old Zak Smithson - lives in nearby Leighton Road, Grangetown, and says he can come and exercise Batman regularly.
Share the Art Print with students and explain Smithson is known for a type of sculpture known as an earthwork.

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