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Bill Woodrow (1948 – )
- 35.7 X 299.2 X 110.6
- CARDBOARD INTO BRONZE
- Accession number
child’s and/or other familiar word for mother.
child’s and/or other familiar word for father.
quarrel, often between nations, that is conducted by military force. There are at present wars or armed conflicts in the following countries:- Afghanistan, Angola, Bangladesh, Burma, Cambodia, East Timor, El Salvador, Ethiopia, Guatemala, India, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Lebanon, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Somalia, South Africa, Soviet Union, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Turkey, United Kingdom
the currency of wars
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a medical/military term for the exact position where a bullet strikes and enters a human body. Very often a relatively small, neat wound in comparison to those made internally, or in the exit area.
Letter from the Artist dated 12th March 1990