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  • Lindner is a German surname, which may refer to: * Bob Lindner, Australian rugby league player * Carl Lindner, Jr.
    airport
  • an airfield equipped with control tower and hangars as well as accommodations for passengers and cargo
  • An airport is a location where aircraft such as fixed-wing aircraft, helicopters, and blimps takeoff and land. Aircraft may be stored or maintained at an airport.
  • A complex of runways and buildings for the takeoff, landing, and maintenance of civil aircraft, with facilities for passengers
  • Relating to or denoting light popular fiction such as is offered for sale to travelers in airports
  • AirPort and AirPort Extreme are local area wireless networking products from Apple Inc. based on the IEEE 802.11 standard (also known as Wi-Fi).
    hotel
  • a building where travelers can pay for lodging and meals and other services
  • A code word representing the letter H, used in radio communication
  • In French contexts an hotel particulier is an urban "private house" of a grand sort. Whereas an ordinary maison was built as part of a row, sharing party walls with the houses on either side and directly fronting on a street, an hotel particulier was often free-standing, and by the eighteenth
  • A hotel is an establishment that provides paid lodging on a short-term basis. The provision of basic accommodation, in times past, consisting only of a room with a bed, a cupboard, a small table and a washstand has largely been replaced by rooms with modern facilities, including en-suite
  • An establishment providing accommodations, meals, and other services for travelers and tourists
lindner hotel airport - Now vs.
Now vs. Now
Now vs. Now
Produced by Meshell Ndegeocello and mixed by Bob Power (The Roots, Erika Badu), this is the debut recording of innovative keyboardist and composer Jason Lindner's Now Vs. Now. This explosive trio (with Mark Guiliana on drums and Panagiotis Andreou on bass) seamlessly melds Funk, Rock and Jazz into a simmering cosmic groove driven by the poetry and rhythms of New York. Featuring performances by beatboxer/emcee Baba Israel, Avishai Cohen, Pedrito Martinez, Kurt Rosenwinkel, Anat Cohen, Yosvany Terry and Meshell Ndegeocello.

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Lindner, Richard (1901-1978) - 1965 Untitled (National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh)
Lindner, Richard (1901-1978) - 1965 Untitled (National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh)
Mixed media collage on board; 40 x 30 cm. Richard Lindner's Boy with Machine powerfully features a chubby child prodigy, a very important character in Lindner's early repertoire of strange and evocative incarnations. The child is full of his own self-importance, a monster of childhood precocity. The child's smug expression signifies immense self-satisfaction, as he stands in front of a gigantic mechanical creation he operates by pulling on a thin piece of string. Instead of representing childhood hope and innocence, Lindner's children resemble small adults. Dressed in a dark uniform of black shorts and jacket, embellished with gold braid and a high military style collar, the eponymous Boy with Machine also resembles the stark and sinister authority figures - policemen, dictators and mysterious strangers - that inhabit Lindner's universe. Lindner achieves his canvases' richness through skillful handling of abstract and figurative elements. He hauntingly suggests characters taken from his own childhood. In Boy with Machine, Lindner does not mean to depict a real machine in the mechanical creation behind the boy, only the aura of society's ominous mechanization and the creeping effect that has on humanity. At other times, Lindner builds on the influence of European modernist masters to produce figures with the mass of Leger's legendary statuesque bodies. Painted in 1954, against the all-encompassing backdrop of the New York School, Lindner completed Boy with Machine only a few years after he decided to give up his commercial illustration work and paint full time. It was also the year of his first solo show in New York at the Betty Parsons Gallery. Lindner's work at this time attracted widespread critical attention, with the painter Robert Indiana describing him as 'a bridge between European Expressionism and the extreme sophistication of the American social milieu" (R. Indiana, quoted in M. Bouisset, 'Biographical Notes on Richard Lindner,' Homage to Richard Lindner, 1980, New York, p.126).
Lindner, Richard (1901-1978) - 1968 New York Men (Sotheby's New York, 2006)
Lindner, Richard (1901-1978) - 1968 New York Men (Sotheby's New York, 2006)
Watercolor and ink on paper; 61 x 50 cm. Richard Lindner's Boy with Machine powerfully features a chubby child prodigy, a very important character in Lindner's early repertoire of strange and evocative incarnations. The child is full of his own self-importance, a monster of childhood precocity. The child's smug expression signifies immense self-satisfaction, as he stands in front of a gigantic mechanical creation he operates by pulling on a thin piece of string. Instead of representing childhood hope and innocence, Lindner's children resemble small adults. Dressed in a dark uniform of black shorts and jacket, embellished with gold braid and a high military style collar, the eponymous Boy with Machine also resembles the stark and sinister authority figures - policemen, dictators and mysterious strangers - that inhabit Lindner's universe. Lindner achieves his canvases' richness through skillful handling of abstract and figurative elements. He hauntingly suggests characters taken from his own childhood. In Boy with Machine, Lindner does not mean to depict a real machine in the mechanical creation behind the boy, only the aura of society's ominous mechanization and the creeping effect that has on humanity. At other times, Lindner builds on the influence of European modernist masters to produce figures with the mass of Leger's legendary statuesque bodies. Painted in 1954, against the all-encompassing backdrop of the New York School, Lindner completed Boy with Machine only a few years after he decided to give up his commercial illustration work and paint full time. It was also the year of his first solo show in New York at the Betty Parsons Gallery. Lindner's work at this time attracted widespread critical attention, with the painter Robert Indiana describing him as 'a bridge between European Expressionism and the extreme sophistication of the American social milieu" (R. Indiana, quoted in M. Bouisset, 'Biographical Notes on Richard Lindner,' Homage to Richard Lindner, 1980, New York, p.126).

lindner hotel airport
lindner hotel airport
Sport Climbing 101 With Chris Lindner
The one and only sport climbing instructional DVD! Hosted by world-class professional climber, Chris Lindner and directed by award-winnng, climbing filmmaker Paul Dusatko. SC 101 includes: * Climbing Vocabulary * Proper Equipment and Set-Up * The Basics of Lead Climbing * Figure 8 Tie-In * Clipping * Falling * Cleaning Quickdraws * Belaying * Onsight / Redpoint Tips * And so much more... Bonus Features: Yoga For Climbers, Climbing Dictionary, and English Subtitles. (International versions also available with German and Japanese Subtitles) Learn how to sport climb with one of the most accomplished climbers in the world! Start your climb today.

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