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dadaist

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Usage examples of dadaist.

Nobody, the Dadaist politician and psychedelic prankster of DOOM PATROL.

For whereas that notorious Dadaist nude had simply been a composite of events in sequence, a time-lapse of bodily motion as perceived by a single witness, what Argus now experienced was all possible dimensions of the world packed into his spherical visual space.

Field Marshal Professor President Doctor Idi Amin Dadaist, spreading his legs.

Aragon, is a machine for capsizing the mind, was first conjured up by the Dadaist movement, whose romantic origins and anemic dandyism must be noted.

Latin Quarter, his thoughts drifting from dadaists to his impending decision.

If given a choice of spending the evening with Brent and his crowd or being abused by the dadaists, Indy would be hard pressed to choose.

As the song began and Indy headed toward the door, the dadaists looked him over.

He wandered aimlessly around the Latin Quarter, his thoughts drifting from dadaists to his impending decision.

One of those Dadaists or Cubists or Surrealists, whatever they were called, whose crazed paintings, sculptures, and writings revealed that their makers were rotten with sin and syphilis.

And I knew that it was this same thought which had sent the Impressionists and the Cubists and the Dadaists and the Surrealists and so on in their quite successful efforts to make good pictures which cameras and people like Dan Gregory could not duplicate.

Hundreds of books, as you know, have been filled with exegetical opinions about the Impressionists, Expressionists, Suprematists, Cubists, Futurists, Dadaists, and Surrealists of the early years of this century.

In retrospect, it's easy enough for us to see how Debierue captured the hearts and minds of the remaining Dadaists who were gradually, one by one, dropping out of Dada and losing their hard-earned recognition to the burgeoning Surrealists.

And the remaining Dadaists in 1925, those who hadn't joined André Breton, were largely disorganized.

There was a news clipping from _Paris Soir_, an unsigned review of a Man Ray retrospective exhibit in Paris, and Debierue's name was mentioned, together with the names of a dozen other artists, in a listing of Dadaists who had known Man Ray during the 1920s.

There are some interesting comparisons between the dadaists and the performance artists of the late twentieth century.