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research |ˈrēˌsər ch |

verb1  To engage in research upon (a subject); to investigate or study closely.

   -Oxford English Dictionary

 verb2  You search, and then you search again.  That’s why it’s called REsearch.

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New Dictionary of the History of Ideas - Maryanne Cline Horowitz
Ref CB9 .N49 2005, vols. 1-6

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American Decades: Primary Sources - Cynthia Rose (Editor)
Ref E169.1 .A471977 2004, vols. 1-10

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The Dictionary of the Avant Gardes - Richard Kostelanetz
Ref NX456 .K67 2000

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Europe Since 1945 - Bernard A. Cook (Editor)
Ref D1058 .E8754 2001, vols. 1-2

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The Art Atlas - John Onians (Editor)
Ref Atlas N5300 .A77 2008

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  • Oxford Art Online
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How Ideas Become Form

Agnes Martin [American painter, 1912-2004], Untitled #5, detail, 1975.  Synthetic polymer paint and pencil on synthetic polymer gesso on canvas, 72" x 72".  New York, The Museum of Modern Art.  artstor.org

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