What is Cunningham?

  • (noun): United States dancer and choreographer (born in 1922).
    Synonyms: Merce Cunningham

Cunningham

Cunningham is a surname of Scottish origin, see Clan Cunningham.

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Cunningham Inside-Drive Limousine-146-A
... The Cunningham Inside-Drive Limousine-146-A was manufactured by the Cunningham Carriage Company which produced luxury automobiles between 1908 and 1931 ...
Charles Cunningham - Actions During The Mutiny
... During the mutiny, only Cunningham aboard the Clyde and Sir Harry Burrard-Neale aboard HMS St Fiorenzo were able to retain control over the sailors on ... Sensing the time was right to escape, Cunningham did not reply to Parker's request ... the mutineers from suspecting his plan, Cunningham kept the sails of the Clyde down and did not man the ship's wheel with a pilot ...
Stepping Stone (album) - Track Listing
... John Wayne Walking Away" (Austin Cunningham, Jerry Boonstra, Doak Snead) – 447 "Stepping Stone" (Lari White, David Kent, Craig Wiseman) – 329 "That's ...
Charles Cunningham - Return To Service
... Cunningham stopped and lowered a boat to assist, but only four survivors were recovered ... Thinking them to be a ship of the line and a frigate, Cunningham sailed closer, at which the two ships began to sail away in opposite directions ... Cunningham immediately gave chase, pursuing the largest one, which turned out to be the 36-gun frigate Vestale ...
Cunningham, Texas
... Cunningham is an unincorporated community in Lamar County, Texas, United States. ...

Famous quotes containing the word cunningham:

    Like an old brandy after a long rain,
    Distinguished, and familiar, and aloof.
    —James Vincent Cunningham (1911–1985)

    A wet sheet and a flowing sea,
    A wind that follows fast
    And fills the white and rustling sail
    And bends the gallant mast;
    —Allan Cunningham (1784–1842)

    While the hollow oak our palace is,
    Our heritage the sea.
    —Allan Cunningham (1784–1842)