Colliflower

Col´li`flow`er


n.1.See Cauliflower.
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Which led to Miss Rose Colliflower, accompanied by red flares and sixteen canoes, to be paddled in a swan boat across the near-frozen basin and crowned as the first festival queen.
Esther Colliflower Director Duke Institute on Care at the End of Life
The chicken pizza was really, really, really good,'' said 10-year-old Dylan Colliflower of Altadena.
Suggests Emily Colliflower, "Don't think about snow or say the word snow.
Knight Foundation Chair; Beverly Tate, an education instructor, who was endowed with the Esther Colliflower Chair: Sharon Thomas, a social science professor, who was endowed with the Dr.
217 (1959) (holding that exercise of state jurisdiction would undermine tribal authority over reservation affairs); Colliflower v.
Founders Award Sponsored by the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization Esther Colliflower
Fort Belknap's other language, Gros Ventre, or "White Clay," slipped to roughly a dozen speakers when 81-year-old Madeline Colliflower, a respected elder, died two years ago.
Notre Dame is just one level below heaven here,'' said Ann Colliflower, Catholic Central's director of development.
Forrest Church, a noted author and Minister of Public Theology at All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church in New York City; Philadelphia Phillies pitcher, Jamie Moyer, and his wife Karen, of The Moyer Foundation/Camp Erin Bereavement Camps; Senators Arlen Specter (PA) and Tom Harkin (IA); Congressman Chris Van Hollen (MD); former Congressman Jim Ramstad, now a resident fellow at Harvard University's Kennedy School; and hospice pioneer Esther Colliflower.
When we first entered the individual health insurance market in 2004, our filed rates were designed to reach and exceed the required 65 percent minimum loss ratio," said Michael Colliflower, Executive Vice President and General Counsel for HealthMarkets.
Colliflower, HealthMarkets' Executive Vice President & General Counsel.