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studied the ascendance of modernism in 20th-century art and design
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The focus on Hulbækmo’s ascendance doesn’t obscure how the rest of the band continues to meld structural constructs and chamberlike interplay gleaned from 20th-century classical music with ferociously driving postbop and free jazz.
Ironically, the pantsuit’s ascendance comes at a time when men’s suits — as a work uniform at least — are on the decline.
During Trump’s celebrity ascendance in the 1980s, one quarter of the working-class held manufacturing jobs.
That change came in the wake of Hoda Kotb's ascendance to the co-anchor chair next to Savannah Guthrie.
On Sunday, Angela Merkel’s fourth-term victory was overshadowed by the ascendance of Alternative for Germany (the AfD), which became the first right-wing party since the end of World War II to win seats in the Bundestag.
What a bygone moment of female ascendance in philosophy can teach us about the pursuit of truth.
Brohm’s rebuild intersecting with Jackson’s ascendance isn’t a crossroads Purdue wants to be at.
Maybe that’s why black Americans weren’t half as surprised by the Trumpian ascendance as us white progressives, with all our shouts of THAT’S NOT NORMAL.
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