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redon

[rē′don]
the smallest unit of DNA capable of recombination, which may be as small as one base pair. Compare cistron, muton.
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Natacha Redon, who's enthusiasm for sharing knowledge and helping the industry to collaboratively reach a higher standard was demonstrated through her many presentations.
Brandishing its Redon, Doghouse 1, together with the lithographs, primed the viewer to consider Body by Body's wall works--seven big, mostly monochromatic polyethylene reliefs, caged by rounded bars and sculptural in their initial effect--as drawings.
Study of these led to ground-breaking research on Redon as reflected in the catalogue for the Art Institute's 1994 exhibition with its important essays by Douglas Druick and Peter Zegers.
However, while the current exhibition (seen by this reviewer at the Grand Palais in Paris, and now hosted by the Musee Fabre in Montpellier) shows an impressive array of the artist's most disturbing works, it takes care to remind its visitors that Redon was also a 'Prince of Dreams' (Thadee Natanson, an early supporter, coined the moniker in 1894).
The sprinters' squads then battled for position in preparation for a technical and frantic finale into Redon.
Defending champion Alberto Contador (Saxo Bank-SunGard), meanwhile, lost more time after a difficult first day and is now 1min 42secs behind ahead of today's 198km third stage from Olonne-sur-Mer to Redon, which is anticipated to end in a bunch sprint.
Defending champion Alberto Contador (Saxo Bank-SunGard), meanwhile, lost more time after a difficult first day and is now 1min 42secs behind ahead of tomorrow's 198km third stage from Olonne-sur-Mer to Redon, which is anticipated to end in a bunch sprint.
Selon le quotidien Ouest France, le lundi 4 juillet, la 3e etape devrait mener les coureurs d'Olonne-sur-Mer, en Vendee, jusqu'a Redon, en Ille-et-Vilaine.
IN THE FIRST exhibition of drawings ever ,to travel from the distinguished collection of the Musee d'Orsay, Paris, "The Modern Woman" brings together nearly 100 works by celebrated 19th-century French artists, including Pierre Bonnard, Edgar Degas, Paul Gauguin, Edouard Manet, Camille Pissarro, Berthe Morisot, Odilon Redon, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Georges Seurat, and many more.
Odilon Redon, Una historia incomprensible y otros relatos, Buenos Aires: Bajo la luna, 2010.
Other artists' masterpieces, including Claude Monet, Maurice Denis, Pablo Picasso, Odilon Redon, Paul Gauguin and Andre Derain's works were also displayed along with Emdadian's child models.
The acquisition also included other texturizing and flavouring facilities throughout France: in Grasse, Redon, La Ferte-sous-Jouarre and Lannilis.