- GlennKansas Ironman, 1909–1988, U.S. track athlete.
- Merce [murs] /mɜrs/, 1919–2009, U.S. dancer and choreographer.
Examples from the Web for cunningham
Contemporary Examples of cunningham
Cunningham and a male friend went to the motel and entered the room.Indiana Serial Killer’s Confession Was Just the Start
October 21, 2014
Cunningham was blown away by HyperCard when he first saw it, but he found it cumbersome.
Like Berners-Lee, Cunningham made his basic software available for anyone to modify and use.
Garry Winogrand, in all of his international acclaim, did the exact same thing as Cunningham and Maier.Garry Winogrand’s American Hustle Comes To The Met
June 27, 2014
His relationship with the Jewish community,” Cunningham said, “is immediate and personal.Pope Francis’s Sister Souljah Moment?
May 23, 2014
Historical Examples of cunningham
Let me interest you, my dear Cunningham, in behalf of the gentleman who waits on you with this.
What hurry have you got on your head, my dear Cunningham, that I have not heard from you?
What, my dear Cunningham, is there in riches, that they narrow and harden the heart so?
But Cunningham's duplicity had more and closer folds than his own.Tales And Novels, Volume 8 (of 10)
Among our common friends I must not forget one of the dearest of them—Cunningham.
- Merce (mɜːs). 1919–2009 US dancer and choreographer. His experimental ballets include Suit for Five (1956) and Travelogue (1977)