German federal prosecutors have indicted three men, two of them Germans who
had converted to Islam, for a plot to explode half a ton of explosives at
places frequented by US nationals.
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This book, in contrast, deals with Picasso’s midcareer forays into a variety of styles — from his reworking of the masters of the past (including the Greeks and Romans, Ingres, Corot, Chardin and Renoir) to his growing interest in sculpture to his experiments with the radical deconstruction of the human body. Mr. Richardson sketches out the competitive dialogue that Picasso carried on for years with Matisse, charts Picasso’s transit from bohemia to the bourgeoisie and maps the myriad intramural spats and schisms that fractured the avant-garde, all the while conjuring the heady, incestuous world of artists (including Ernest Hemingway and Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald, none of whom Picasso much liked), patrons and socialites that Picasso frequented in 1920s France.
- Existing or carried on within the bounds of an institution, especially a school: intramural athletics.
- Anatomy. Occurring or situated within the wall of a cavity or organ. 硬膜內
adj. - 校內的, 內部的
Definitionfrequent (VISIT) Show phonetics
verb [T] FORMAL
to be in or visit a particular place often:
a bar frequented by criminals