Lill


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(lĭl)
v. i.1.To loll.
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Lill, who won her 9,979th match, was facing a familiar opponent.
The highlight of the party was when the Mayor, Cllr Tony Smith and Mayoress Barbara, presented the new centenarian with a specially framed telegram from The Queen to congratulate Lill on reaching 100 years.
Councillor Lill, who represents the Malinslee ward, called the fields, that are protected from development, a "fantastic resource" but added "I feel strongly they are being under-utilised".
Mr Lill gave a brilliant performance of Rachmaninov's Piano Concerto No 2 at last summer's Welsh Proms.
Parkgate's consolation came from Lill in the 90th minute.
"We considered Mr Lill's appeal very carefully but did not find sufficient grounds to overturn our decision."
The chiming figure sets the sombre mood for the movement which was played with deeply-felt emotion and fierce concentration by Lill and the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Welsh Proms founder Owain Arwel Hughes.
Mr Lill said the driver then escaped "at speed", leaving the man stuck in the bin for at least an hour - until he was rescued by fire crews using a disc grinder.
Throughout the cryptic story, Lill was the voice of the audience.
Lill was masterful balancing its delicacy and excitement.
The creator and sponsor of the festival is The Pille Lill Music Fund (PLMF), established in 2003 to support the development of talented professional musicians who produce serious music.