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allover

A pattern covering an entire surface; usually one which is repeated.
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It was fascinating to have a chance to stand before a picture that had been so important to my early reading of Pollock as wishing at times to preserve figuration within an allover "logic" that militated against precisely that, but what would have been even more thrilling would have been if the tremendous Out of the Web: Number 7, 1949 could have been borrowed from the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart--for whatever reason, it wasn't.
AllOver Media last year added Zoom Media and Ripple Resort Media to its portfolio.
Next, decide if you want an allover pattern or if you want custom quilting.
The addition of Shaun Nugent to our management team will help AllOver Media continue our rapid growth as one of the only national out-of-home brands that gives advertisers the ability to field programs on a national, regional or local basis in every state, market and zip code," said Tony Jacobson, founder and CEO of AllOver Media.
There is another series of They Think It's AllOver in September,''he revealed, before picking up his book and reading all about Monsieur Gerard H.
In her inaugural speech, Mahvash Jahangir Siddiqui gave a brief background of the work done by the MJS Foundation allover Pakistan.
AllOver Media is a portfolio company of Audax Private Equity.
The move to allover patterns is concurrent with the popularity of casual and contemporary home furnishings from stores like Pottery Barn, Williams-Sonoma and Crate & Barrel, he said.
The addition of GSA is an important part of our strategic plan to position AllOver Media as the premier non-traditional OOH provider in our industry," said Tony Jacobson, founder and CEO of AllOver Media.
AllOver is a portfolio company of Audax Private Equity.
Martin Woodward took the plaudits for Allover City FC in Division One as they cruised through 4-1 against Liz FC, but Tudor Motors have already taken the title.
He was not above staging his photographs, arranging his human subjects in unnatural positions, or, for instance, posing children lying in a field in an allover pattern.