Heppelwhite

Hep´pel`white


a.1.(Furniture) Designating a light and elegant style developed in England under George III., chiefly by Messrs. A. Heppelwhite & Co.
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I saw a Heppelwhite couch once"--Sophie laid her finger to her flushed cheek and considered.
She turned on the green drawing-room's couch (it was Empire, not Heppelwhite after all), and laid aside a list of linen and blankets.
According to the SEC's agreement with Scott Herckis, he was the administrator for Connecticut-based Heppelwhite Fund LP, which was founded and managed by Berton Hochfeld.
A federal court judge approved a $6 million distribution to harmed Heppelwhite investors.
Last month, a federal court judge approved a $6 million distribution to harmed Heppelwhite investors.
The joint winners of the prize, The Heppelwhite Piano Trio and Taiwanese pianist Chuen-An Chern performed a diverse range of pieces before an appreciative audience.
The joint winners of the prize, the Heppelwhite Piano Trio and Taiwanese pianist Chuen-An Chern, performed a diverse range of pieces in front of a packed audience.
Mr Blair told Labour spin doctor and Geordie Iain Heppelwhite , who knew Keegan when he was managing Newcastle: "But it could be a disaster.
Ros Heppelwhite, Chief Executive of the controversial Child Support Agency, was national director of the mental health pressure group, MIND, before which she served as a health administrator.
Sheraton, Heppelwhite and the great Chippendale as we have seen, produced tea caddies in the finest cabinet work.