A twentieth-century American dancer who won fame mainly in Europe. Her choreography, improvisational and unfettered, rebelled against traditional ballet and was highly influential in the formation of modern dance.
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The implants must fit together precisely to support a body in motion, said UCLA neurosurgeon Dr. Duncan McBride.
Duncan arrived at Dulles International Airport in Washington from Liberia (via Belgium) on Sept. 20.
It was found out later that Duncan helped carry 19-year-old Marthalene Williams into a taxi to go to the hospital.
The nurse documented that Duncan had a temperature of 100.1 degrees.
But Duncan went through screening Sept. 19 in Monrovia, Liberia, where he presented a temperature of 97.3 degrees Fahrenheit.
He had given notice of the approach of Duncan's party, and to his surprise nothing had come of it.
Just then Hicks caught sight of Duncan, and yelled: "Bill, did yo' un meet a party of about a dozen men a few minutes ago?"
Them fellers told a straight story, they did; but they'll never fool Bill Duncan but once.
Poor Williams,” said Duncan, as they went out of school, “how very plucky of you not to cry.
Eric usually sat with Duncan and Llewellyn, immediately behind the benches allotted to chance visitors.