Parsons, who preceded hopper, was Florence Nightingale compared to her eventual rival.
The images in that book were selected by hopper and his art dealer, Tony Shafrazi.
Camera in hand, hopper also turned his working moments on film sets and friendships with fellow actors into eternal memories.
Paris was the next stop for the hopper show, in October 2008.
It was Mr. hopper's specific wish that Ms. hopper not attend his funeral.
It is also a hopper and hence scratches with both feet at once.
As the concrete filled in the hopper was raised and the chute cut off.
This was entirely plausible and his hearers, The hopper noted with relief, accepted it at face value.
The hopper ended in a long slit, from which the sand was blown.
Dalgard sent out a questing thought, hoping to contact a hopper or even a duck-dog.
"person or animal that hops," mid-13c., agent noun from hop (v.). From c.1200 as a surname, and perhaps existing in Old English (cf. hoppestre "female dancer").
"container with narrow opening at bottom," late 13c., perhaps an agent noun from hop (v.) via notion of grain juggling in a mill hopper.
American mathematician and computer programmer who in 1951 conceived the idea for an internal computer program, called a compiler, that scanned a set of alphanumeric instructions (such as words and symbols) and compiled a set of binary instructions executed by the machine. Her ideas were widely influential in the development of programming languages, in particular COBOL.
A ground ball that hops along (1940s+ Baseball)