tautologies (n.) the needless repetition of an idea, especially in words other than those of the immediate context, without imparting additional force or clearness.

Wow. This is perfect.
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Wow. This is perfect.

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still important

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Lev Tchistovsky (1902-69)

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Georges de Feure, Elegante pres d’une Source

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Georges de Feure, Elegante pres d’une Source

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Keep forgetting

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Wayne Miller

1. USA. 1956. Young women run past a hiding young man.

2. USA. 1958. Children in a movie theater.

3. USA. Illinois. Chicago. 1947. A girl “reading” Ebony magazine.

4. USA. Illinois. Chicago. 1948. A girl with her bike.

5. USA. Illinois. Chicago. 1948. Sometimes a father would put his belt on a child’s back as a warning to go to sleep or face punishment

6. USA. 1958. Girls talking at a slumber party.

7. USA. Illinois. Chicago. 1947. A makeshift pushcart.

8. USA. 1958. A boy stands alone, leaning against a pole, watching others on the playground. 1958.

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