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ca·ro

, gen.

car·nis

, pl.

car·nes

(kā'rō, kar'nis, -nes),
The fleshy parts of the body; muscular and fatty tissues.
[L.]
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Since the early 1980s Caro has explored, in works such as the Tower of Discovery (1991), the possibilities of a combination of sculpture and architecture - or sculpture that surrounds the human body.
If this aspect of Creation is benign--or unexpectedly innocent the groups flanking the apse are more closely aligned with the Caro of the Trojan War and the Last Judgement.
In sum, despite her frequent visits to France, Caro is not really much of an "authority," except on herself and her husband, whom she cannot stop mentioning, even in a footnote on how she bested him in a spaghetti-eating contest at Princeton University soon after they met (18).
The bus featured on the late John Peel's Channel 4 series, Sound of the Suburbs, while somewhere you'll find Caro's name mentioned in the same sentence as Bj|rk, another singer who defies categorisation.
Caro writes a dramatic story that is all the more affecting because it is true.
Most of that success came during his presidency, which Caro will treat in future installments.
With a meager $2,500 advance to sustain him, Caro sold his house and nearly bankrupted his family; his wife, Ina--a medieval historian--went to work as his full-time researcher.