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James M., Scottish gynecologist, 1826-1890. See: Duncan folds, Duncan mechanism, Duncan placenta, Duncan ventricle.


Surname of first studied patients afflicted with what is now known as Duncan disease.


surname of one of the first individuals to carry a recessive trait that causes propensity to B-cell malignant lymphoproliferative disease.
Duncan disease - immunodeficiency disease with propensity to B-cell malignant lymphoproliferative disease in the presence of Epstein-Barr virus, leading to death. Synonym(s): Duncan syndrome
Duncan syndrome - Synonym(s): Duncan disease
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In Isadora Duncan, 1909, he succeeded in giving a vivid portrayal of the intense gestures, the ecstasy, that took hold of her body and then her audience.
Isadora Duncan, Agnes de Mille, Pearl Primus, Jose Limon, and Ruth St.
In fact, the National Endowment for the Arts recently awarded our company, the Isadora Duncan Dance Company, a grant to reconstruct two solos and two group dances of Duncan's.
The dances, beautifully performed by the Isadora Duncan Dance Ensemble, span the range of Duncan's career.
Isadora Duncan, Marlene Dietrich, Greta Garbo--Hollywood writer Mercedes de Acosta claimed she slept with all three.
More than 20 dancers and companies perform, including the Lombard Twins, Ballet de Monterrey, Lori Belilove & the Isadora Duncan Dance Company, and members of New York City Ballet.
Jamaican folk dances may blend with Hellenic Isadora Duncan moves.
Alice Bloch teaches, researches, and performs Isadora Duncan dance in St.
When coupled with the melodious tones of an affected British accent and the gauzy Isadora Duncan scarves that I casually tossed over my shoulder, my flamboyant outfits must have left an indelible impression on the residents of my hometown of Asheville, N.
The last of the second-generation Isadora Duncan dancers, Hortense Kooluris, died in February.
Julia was a remarkable woman, unafraid to keep the repertoire of Isadora Duncan alive during a time when her work was not in vogue.