Finally, and for the encouragement of people troubled with accents that cut them off from all high employment, I may add that the change wrought by Professor Higgins in the flower girl
is neither impossible nor uncommon.
Knights and ladies, elves and pages, monks and flower girls
, all mingled gaily in the dance.
London has been up and running for a couple of years and I source as much of my stock as I can from British suppliers.
Empowered Flower Girl
(EFG), a social enterprise on a mission to transform the way young people relate to one another, encourages students to stand up for themselves and others as the school year kicks into high gear.
Josh, 21, was an usher, Olivia, eight, was a flower girl
and Theo, three, was a page boy.
His footballing guests included Murdo MacLeod, John Hartson and Kris Commons, whose daughter April was a flower girl
at the ceremony.
The Dubai-based author of The Perfect Flower Girl
and The Glory Garage: Growing up Lebanese Muslim in Australia spoke to students.
Rochelle's one-year-old daughter Alaia-Mai was dressed as a flower girl
as her doting dad looked on.
Even Professor Henry Higgins puts in a lot of tireless striving to perfect the spoken English of a flower girl
The 9x8ft Flower Girl
artwork was sold at an auction that featured nearly 100 works by more than 30 artists.
A viral video showing a two-year-old flower girl
running and screaming down the aisle stole the web's attention Tuesday after the clip aired on the March 15 episode of "America's Funniest Home Videos".
as a Flower Girl
(1665-70) and Young Man with a Basket of Fruit (Personification of 'Summer') (1660-65) from Dulwich Picture Gallery and the National Galleries of Scotland respectively; and an exquisite religious composition painted on Mexican obsidian, loaned from the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (1665-70).