1. Taka takata of lily & sapphire
"Taka takata" is a song originally recorded by Paco Paco, a Spanish singer living in Brussels. The song was released as a single in 1972 and was a hit in Europe.
In the same year the song was adapted into French under the title "Taka takata (La femme du Torro)" by Claude Lemesle and Richelle Dassin. The French version was recorded by Joe Dassin. He released it in 1972 on his album Joe and as a single.
2. WMXM of lily & sapphire
WMXM is an independent college radio station at Lake Forest College. According to its website, the goal of the station is to provide listeners an alternative to commercial radio through unique programming and music selection.
The station broadcasts 24/7/365 with concentrations in indie rock, hip hop, RPM, hip-hop and loud rock. The station also offers live news updates and features the award-winning news program Democracy Now!.
WMXM provides sports coverage for Forester teams. WMXM hosts monthly concerts held in Lily Reid Holt Memorial Chapel, which are free to all.
Celia Tapias of lily & sapphire
Celia Tapias (born in the city of Buenos Aires on December 21, 1885, died in her hometown on November 28, 1964) was the first female lawyer to practice in the City of Buenos Aires, the second in her country. She attended the baccalaureate in Buenos Aires, and after her graduation in 1904, she entered the Faculty of Law of the University of Buenos Aires. In 1910, she obtained the title of lawyer and in 1911 the doctorate with a thesis on Tutela dativa, becoming the first lawyer in the city of Buenos Aires.
4. Chortolirion of lily & sapphire
'chortos' 'pasture', 'lirion' 'lily') is a genus of perennial plants in the family Asphodelaceae, subfamily Asphodeloideae, first described as a genus in 1908. It is native to Southern Africa. SpeciesChortolirion angolense (Baker) A.
Berger - Hula Plateau in Angola Chortolirion latifolium Zonn. & G.P.
J.Fritz - Free State Gauteng in South Africa Chortolirion subspicatum (Baker) A.Berger - Botswana, Namibia, Swaziland, Lesotho, South Africa Chortolirion tenuifolium (Engl.
) A.Berger - Zimbabwe, Namibia, northeastern South Africa
5. Princess Lily of lily & sapphire
Princess Lily may refer to: Princess lily (Alstroemeria psittacina), an ornamental plant Himeyuri students, or Lily Princesses, a nursing unit for the Imperial Japanese Army during the Battle of Okinawa in 1945 Ice Princess Lily, American version of Tabaluga, a German animated fantasy family film, featuring Princess Lilli Princess Lily, a fictional character in the 2009 Jessica Day George novel Princess of the Midnight Ball Princess Lily Wentworth, a fictional character from the 2011 Heather Dixon novel Entwined Luziannan princess Lily Borjarno, a fictional character character from Turn A Gundam, 1999
Family of lily & sapphire
He was born in London, the third son of Henry Wellesley, 1st Baron Cowley (17731847), and his first wife, Lady Charlotte Cadogan (c.17811853), daughter of Charles Cadogan, 1st Earl Cadogan; the couple divorced in 1810. His father was the younger brother of the 1st Duke of Wellington.
On 16 September 1856, at St Mary's, Bryanston Square, London, he married the Hon. Magdalen "Lily" Montagu (18311919), daughter of Henry Montagu, 6th Baron Rokeby, and his wife, Magdalen Huxley. Their only child was a son, who died at the age of eighteen in 1883.
7. Inquest of lily & sapphire
Inquest is a 1939 British crime film directed by Roy Boulting and starring Elizabeth Allan, Herbert Lomas, Hay Petrie and Barbara Everest. In the film, a young widow is accused of murder, and enlists the support of a King's Counsel to help prove her innocence.
It was based on a play by Michael Barringer which had previously been adapted as a film in 1931. The film was a quota quickie made at Highbury Studios to be used as a supporting feature.
The Women's Room of lily & sapphire
The Women's Room is a 1980 American made-for-television drama film directed by Glenn Jordan and starring Lee Remick, Ted Danson, Colleen Dewhurst and Tovah Feldshuh. In spite of Esther Shapiro's (ABC's vice president for miniseries) struggle with the (predominantly male) network to release the film despite its feminist content, "The Women's Room finally aired, and it received a huge 45 share (the highest rated movie on TV that week), prompted a raft of positive mail, and won an Emmy".
Lily Powell of lily & sapphire
Lily Powell (aka Lily Powell Froissard) is an English author. Among her novels are The Bird of Paradise, which won the James Tait Black Award in 1970, and the more recent The Devil in Buenos Aires. She has collaborated with her husband, the French equestrian specialist Jean Froissard, on a number of reference books on horsemanship.
These include Classical Horsemanship for Our Time (co-author) and The Horseman's International Book of Reference (co-editor). They live in Paris, France.
Indr Valantinait of lily & sapphire
Indr Valantinait (born April 5, 1984 in Kaunas, Lithuania) is a Lithuanian poet. After graduating from a Jesuit gymnasium, she studied arts management at Vilnius University and at the Vilnius Academy of Arts. She published her poems in many periodicals, and printed her first book in 2006.
Her first book, Of Fish and Lilies earned her the first prize in the poetry category of the 2006 First Book Contest of the Lithuanian Union of Writers. In addition to writing poems, Indr is a singer, a winner of several singing festivals and appeared on TV.
Repertoire of lily & sapphire
Ledford typically played a five-string banjo in the frailing, or "clawhammer" style taught to her by her father. She also occasionally played the fiddle. Notable recordings include versions of the old world ballad "Pretty Polly" and folk songs such as "Darling Cory", "Jim Along Josey," and "Kitty Clyde".
Her fiddle recordings include a rendition of the folk song "Cackling Hen". In the 1970s and early 1980s, Ledford played at a relatively leisurely pace, often stopping to give extensive background information about the songs she was playing.
Graham Baker (director) of lily & sapphire
Graham Baker is an English film director. He directed a number of Hollywood feature films from 1981 to 1999, including the 1988 science fiction film Alien Nation. Baker studied painting, graphic design, and architecture at Leicester College.
His first film was the short film Leaving Lily (1975), which was nominated for a BAFTA Award. He has also directed television commercials, such as Isuzu Motors' series of "Joe Isuzu" advertisements in the 1980s. In 2008 Baker wrote the musical play Ipso Facto or The Rake's Return, with songs by Neil Innes.
13. Synopsis of lily & sapphire
On a summer night in Detroit, two white unemployed autoworkers fatally beat Vincent Chin, a 27-year-old Chinese engineer, with a baseball bat. The film tracks the incident from the initial eye-witness accounts through the trial and its repercussions for the families involved, and the American justice system at large.
After an outcry from the Asian American community, led by Vincent's mother Lily Chin, the case becomes a civil rights Supreme Court case. The case ends with tried killer Ronald Ebens' being let go with a suspended sentence and a small fine.
Delfina Acosta of lily & sapphire
Delfina Acosta (born December 24, 1956) is a Paraguayan poet and short story writer. Acosta is a native of Asuncin, and is by profession a pharmacist. Interested in literature from youth, she began her career as a published poet when some of her verse appeared in Poesa itinerante in 1984.
Among her works are several collections of poetry and of short stories. Her Versos de amor y de locura received the PEN/Edward and Lily Tuck Award for Paraguayan Literature in 2012. She has received a number of other awards for her work as well.
15. The Lovin' Spoonful Anthology of lily & sapphire
The Lovin' Spoonful Anthology is a compilation album by the folk rock group The Lovin' Spoonful, released in 1990. The Lovin' Spoonful Anthology focuses mainly on The Lovin' Spoonful's 1965-1966 releases with a few obscure tracks such as "Pow!
" from their What's Up, Tiger Lily? soundtrack and "Good Time Music", an early song found on a label sampler. All the band's biggest hits are included as well as a booklet with comments about the songs from John Sebastian.
16. Triteleia bridgesii of lily & sapphire
The triplet lily Triteleia bridgesii (previously Brodiaea bridgesii) is known by the common name Bridges' brodiaea. It is found in the foothills and low elevation mountains of California and Oregon, often in areas of serpentine soil.
It is an attractive perennial flower often planted as an ornamental. The plant sends up long, erect green stems which branch near the top into several smaller stems which bear the blooms. The flowers are bright purple or lavender, tubular at first and then opening into six-pointed star shapes.
17. Features of lily & sapphire
Text editor with syntax highlighting and automatic completion Music view MIDI player to proof-listen LilyPond-generated MIDI files Wizard to quickly set up a new score Snippet Manager to store and apply text snippets, templates or scripts Use multiple versions of LilyPond, automatically selects the correct version Built-in LilyPond documentation browser and built-in help Configurable colors, fonts and keyboard shortcuts Translated into the following languages: Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Czech, Russian, Spanish, Galician, Turkish and Polish
18. Carissa Putri of lily & sapphire
Carissa Putri Sulaiman (born September 12, 1984 is an Indonesian actress and model best known for her role as Maria Girgis in the romantic religious Indonesian hit film Ayat-Ayat Cinta (a.
k.a. Verses of Love) in 2008 and "The Tarix Jabrix" on the same year.
Carissa is the daughter of Ris Isa Soelaiman and Lily S.P., an Indonesian actress.
Carissa is of Malay-Indonesian-German-Dutch descent. Carissa attended Pelita Harapan University in Indonesia majoring in Faculty of Social and Political Science.
Reese Rowling of lily & sapphire
Reese McIntosh Rowling (19282001) was an American businessman and geologist, who co-founded Tana Oil and Gas Corporation with William E Colson in Corpus Christi, Texas, which was eventually taken over by Texaco. He was born in 1928 in Waycross, Georgia, the son of Harry Herschel Rowling, a railway worker, and his wife Lily Mae Rowling. In 1951 he graduated from the Texas College of Mines and Metallurgy (now UTEP).
In 1972, he co-founded Tana Oil and Gas Corporation with William E. Colson in Corpus Christi, Texas He was the father of Robert Rowling.
Bakuman of lily & sapphire
Bakuman () is a 2015 Japanese film directed by Hitoshi ne, based on the manga of the same name by Tsugumi Ohba. It is the story of two young manga artists who attempt to break into the competitive world of manga (comics) in Japan. Bakuman was produced by Minami Ichikawa and written by Hitoshi ne.
The film stars Rynosuke Kamiki, Nana Komatsu and Takeru Satoh, Hirofumi Arai, Lily Franky with music by the band Sakanaction. The film featured in the Japanese Film Festival in Sydney and Melbourne, in 2015.
Lilium arboricola of lily & sapphire
Lilium arboricola is an epiphytic lily species with green flowers, and orange-red anthers. It was first botanically described by Francis Kingdon-Ward and his assistants Chit Ko Ko and Tha Hla after a collection in the Shan region of Myanmar in 1953. Specimens from this collection flowered once in cultivation in Great Britain and were then lost.
It was thought that it had been rediscovered in Lao Cai, Vietnam, in 2006, and introduced thence to Britain and Canada, but this turned out to be a new species (Lilium eupetes)
22. Granton Garden of lily & sapphire
The Granton Garden is an organic wildlife garden in the Granton area of Edinburgh, at the home of the musician and gardener Fraser Drummond. There are over 200 species in one small walled garden.
Drummond has recorded 29 bird species in the garden as well as fox, hedgehog, squirrel and a colony of frogs. It has appeared in the BBC television programme The Beechgrove Garden and in The Scotsman. and has regularly been open to the public as part of Scotland's Garden Scheme.
23. Matthew Yorke of lily & sapphire
Matthew Yorke (born 24 November 1958) is a British novelist and editor. Yorke is the son of novelist Emma Tennant and Sebastian Yorke, son of Henry Green; his parents later divorced in 1962.
His early novel, The March Fence (1988), won the John Llewellyn Rhys Prize, while Chancing It (2005) is a short novel for young adults. He has also edited Surviving: The Uncollected Works of Henry Green (his grandfather, whose real name was Henry Yorke). Pictures of Lily, another novel, was published in August 2010.