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In one, a time-lapse record of Kansas sunsets is projected onto Reed's roiling abstraction #523, 2004-2005.
It was October 1998, the middle of the hurricane season in the Caribbean, and he had learned of a large and erratic cyclone roiling up to windward.
The ripples are caused by low-frequency sound waves generated by roiling gases inside the solar cauldron (SN: 3/18/00, p.
Tallahassee is a city not to be forgotten with its winding canopy roads, moss-draped oaks and lush roiling hills.
The big screen can barely contain the razzle-dazzle rush of movement, color, and music that spills over in Velvet Goldmine, his roiling valentine to the glam-rock era.
Her legendary artistic image was formed in the 1930s and '40s: Ulanova was more adagio than allegro, more arabesque than fouette, more a calm forest lake than a roiling surf.
Morton, Vice President of the United States from 1889-93 and Governor of New York from 1895-97, this Dutchess County property features a 10-acre lake, roiling woodlands and fields only 200 yards from the Hudson River.
Her uncharacteristic evening dress - a sparkling, supper-club-style backless pantsuit - and elegant makeup was a jarring juxtaposition to the darkly roiling sonic and emotional landscapes she cobbled.
While these photographs at first suggest collage, their seamless surfaces negate this and suture a roiling hodgepodge to domestic tranquillity.
A man drowns while kayaking roiling falls in China.
It's easy to see when water boils, but it's much harder to discern the roiling transitions of matter and space in particle accelerators.
Directed at a roiling boil by Angela Pope, it's ferociously acted by a first-rate cast, But for all its fireworks, Hollow Reed keeps the viewer at an emotional distance.