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(klŭg, klo͝og), Aaron Born 1926.
Lithuanian-born British biochemist. He won a 1982 Nobel Prize for research on the structure of viruses and particles of proteins and nucleic acids.
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He hailed Kluge's work as 'very avant-garde, at the same time, very old school-'ancient cinema,' as our hero Eisenstein called it.'
"Kluge is an industry leader in print finishing and has evolved over the years to meet the ever-changing demands of our customers," explains Michael Aumann, CEO at Brandtjen and Kluge.
Kluge believed that surprise and massed armor would overcome opposition, even amid Normandy's restrictive hedgerow terrain.
18, PVCC's board and the college's president, Frank Friedman, issued a press release announcing that the viticulture program at PVCC would be named the "Patricia Kluge and William Moses Viticulture Program." The Kluge-Moses Science Building will be renamed the PVCC Science Building, at least until another large-scale contribution is received by the college.
Borrowing from Kluge (himself deeply indebted to Adorno), the writer posits the existence of the "utopia of film" by underscoring not only the "more explicit or conscious utopian pronouncements" made by a selection of contemporary filmmakers, but also those "other ways in which a utopian moment is encoded less explicitly in their work" (2).
Also recently published is the remarkable collection Alexander Kluge: Raw Materials for the Imagination, offering a comprehensive range of sources, including writings by Kluge, interviews, film stills, and critical essays about Kluge's extensive body of work.
Kluge has posted the paper on eBay for a starting bid of five million dollars, or a "Buy Now" price of 15 million dollars.
A black woman with a blonde wig--her hair is falling out--clutching some dolls makes for a talking head of a rather different sort than those in Kluge's DVD film.
Williams worked with Pilla to ensure the transition to new leadership at SDM was a smooth one, and Kluge expressed his dedication for Williams' service to the company.
Interpretation of wing veins was based on Kluge (2004, 2007).
European champion Ed Clancy missed out on a medal in the men's omnium, finishing fourth in the six-discipline event behind Germany's Roger Kluge.