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Binomial name Prumnopitys ferruginea (G. Benn. ... Miro (previously known as Democracy Player and DTV[1]) is an Internet television application developed by the Participatory Culture Foundation (PCF). ... Internet television (or Internet TV) is television distributed via the Internet. ... The Participatory Culture Foundation (PCF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to enable and support independent, non-corporate creativity and political engagement. It was founded in February 2005 and is based in Worcester, Massachusetts[1]. Its primary project is a free and open-source Internet... In the Internet, an autonomous system (AS) is a collection of IP networks and routers under the control of one entity (or sometimes more) that presents a common routing policy to the Internet. ... Miromusic electronic music partnership of Mads Arp and Steen Thottrup of Denmark. ... Miromusic electronic music partnership of Mads Arp and Steen Thottrup of Denmark. ... Binomial name Thespesia populnea (L.) Sol ex Correa The Portia tree (Thespesia populnea; Family Malvaceae) is a small tree or arborescent shrub 5-10 (-20) m high that is pantropical in littoral environments, although probably native only to the Old World. ... This is a list of characters in the Enders Game series. ...


  • Miro of Gallaecia (570–583), 6th‑century Suebi king of Gallaecia
  • Esteban Rodríguez Miró (1744–1795), an 18th‑century governor of the Louisiana Territory
  • Gabriel Miró (1879–1930), Spanish writer
  • Joan Miró (1893–1983), Spanish artist
  • Miro musical partnership of Mads Arp & Steen Thottrup
  • José Miró Cardona (1903–1974), a former Cuban Prime Minister
  • Eddie Miró (born 1936), a television show host in Puerto Rico
  • Gisele Miró (born 1968), a former Brazilian tennis player
  • Julissa Miró (born 1978), an international supermodel
  • Michael Rodenberg (nicknamed Miro), heavy-metal music producer
  • Marsha Miro
  • Jennifer Miro (née Anderson), lead singer of punk band The Nuns

Please note that on the family name Miró, the use of an acute accent on top of the o forces the Catalan/Spanish pronunciation of the name ([mi'ro]) to be used. Miro was the Suevi king of Gallaecia (latter Galicia) (570-583) who convoked the Second Council of Braga (572). ... Governor Esteban Rodríguez Miró Esteban Rodriguez Miró y Sabater (1744 - June 4, 1795), also known as Esteban Miro and Estevan Miro, was a Spanish army officer and governor of the American provinces of the Louisiana Territory and West Florida. ... Gabriel Miró (Alicante, 1879 - Madrid, 1930). ... Joan Miró i Ferrà (April 20, 1893 – December 25, 1983) was a Catalan (Spanish) painter, sculptor, and ceramist born in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain to the family of a goldsmith and watchmaker. ... Miromusic electronic music partnership of Mads Arp and Steen Thottrup of Denmark. ... Mads Arp (born 19 September 1969 in Farum, Denmark) is a Danish composer, producer, and electronic musician. ... Miromusic electronic music partnership of Mads Arp and Steen Thottrup of Denmark. ... José Miró Cardona in a Time Magazine cover. ... Eddie Miró (born 1936 in San Juan, Puerto Rico), is a television show host in Puerto Rico. ... Gisele Miro (born November 1, 1968) is a former tennis player from Brazil, who competed for her native country at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul. ... Julissa Miro Quesada Woodman (born. ... Michael Rodenberg, nickname Miro, is a German keyboardist and musical producer known for working with heavy-metal bands such as Angra, Shaaman, Rhapsody Of Fire, Kamelot, Heavens Gate and many others. ... Marsha Miro wrote art news for the Detroit Free Press in the late 20th Century, a position she held for 21-years. ... The Nuns are an indie/punk band from the North-West of England. ...

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Artist Profile of Joan Miro - His Life and Work (3401 words)
Miro was also influenced by Fauvism (specifically Matisse) and Cubism, which started in the early years of the 20th century, and at first painted still lifes.
Miro showed his work in Surrealist exhibitions, and was influenced especially by the Surrealist poets, who in their quest to tap the unconscious mind played games like the "exquisite corpse" in order to compose poems.
Miro's images, which came from his memory, the unconscious, dreams, and transformative modernist art processes, are at once childlike, innocent and sophisticated.
Joan Miro at Weinstein Gallery (2629 words)
Born Joan Miro Ferra on April 20, 1893, in Barcelona, the future artist was the son of a goldsmith and the grandson of a flsmith.
Miro was embraced by the Surrealists as one of their own and his successful exhibition at the Pierre Gallery, Paris in 1925, had the atmosphere of an official Surrealist demonstration.
Miro found that by combining this new technique with other etching methods, especially aquatint (a painterly technique of engraving a resin ground on an etching plate rather than the plate itself), he could invent images to rival any painting, thereby ennobling the art of printmaking.
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