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quillai

(kɪˈlaɪ)
n
(Plants) another name for soapbark1
[C19: via American Spanish from Araucanian]
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Sir William Quiller Orchardson's haunting canvas, now owned by the Fleming-Wyfold Art Foundation, will be on display from Friday this week.
Hand-bonded, thick glass slabs build Tonelli Design's Quiller bookcase.
The band is lead singer/dancer Anthony "RenaGade" Briscoe, bassist-guitarist Brandon Storms, drummer Conrad Real and guitarist Nick Quiller.
Flying high: |David Oyelowo THE QUILLER MEMORANDUM (Monday, More4, 11.
Flying high: David Oyelowo THE QUILLER MEMORANDUM (Monday, More4, 11.
All of these words come to mind when looking at Master Baby, by William Quiller Orchardson.
The news comes after Quiller hired Sean Worth, who is understood to be stepping into Bridges' leadership role at the Huntsworth-owned agency.
It is surprising that one of the more sober and intellectual of the genre painters of the late 19th century, William Quiller Orchardson (1832-1910), chose to paint a scene of Little Nell and her Grandfather in the Wood (c.
Mrs Llewellyn, who was nominated for recognition by her club's President John Wynn Hunt, recently visited Croquet Association President Quiller Barrett at The Hurlingham Club in London to accept a diploma for her work.
Partnerships are key to a successful future for cities and towns," said SCAA Executive Director Zelda Quiller Waymer.
I was vaguely aware that Wednesday's child is full of woe because the song turns up in an old George Segal film called The Quiller Memorandum, but I didn't know that the child born on the Sabbath day "is bonny and blithe, and good and gay".