Related to Pernel: Pernil


n.1.See Pimpernel.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Pernel Media, an independent French TV production company and Vivendi Entertainment have partnered for a 4K docudrama series based on the building of the ancient Egyptian pyramids that has been commissioned for Canal+ Group channels.
In his position as Chancellor of Cambridge, Baldwin was involved actively in soliciting much-needed funds for both Girton and Newnham College ("Women at Cambridge"; "Newnham College"), including the campaign spearheaded by Woolf's friend and Principal of Newnham, Pernel Strachey.
(6) On 31 December 1909, Woolf wrote to Clive Bell that Lytton Strachey, his sister Pernel, and their friend Irene Noel had been to visit her: 'We discussed love and sex and filth'.
Cast: Denis Podalydes, Bernard LeCoq, Florence Pernel, Michele Moretti, Samuel Labarthe
With: Denis Podalydes, Florence Pernel, Bernard Le Coq, Hippolyte Girardot, Samuel Labarthe, Mathias Mlekuz, Gregory Fitoussi, Pierre Cassignard, Saida Djawad, Dominique Besnehard, Michele Moretti.
Juliette Binoche (above), Benoit Regent and Florence Pernel star.
The contribution of the dwarfing genes was noted with lines of the second period including the four semidwarf cultivars (Alliage, Pernel, Renan, Soissons) and four cultivars of conventional stature (Arche, Arminda, Fidel, and Thesee).
Citizens of ill-repute also join in the riding, such as Malkyn Mylkedoke and Pernel Prane.
(20.) Bertinchant J-P, Larue C, Pernel I, Ledermann B, Fabbro-Peray P, Beck L, et al.
Pernel Strachey became the principal of Newnham College at Cambridge, while her sister Pippa, like their mother, worked as an important organizer in the battle for suffrage (as did also Oliver's second wife Rachel Costelloe).