1. Robin Cass of lily & sapphire
Robin Cass is a Canadian film and television producer. He is most noted as the producer of John Greyson's film Lilies, which won the Genie Award for Best Picture at the 17th Genie Awards in 1996.
He has also been a supervising producer for the CBC TV series Kim's Convenience. A graduate of the Ontario College of Art and Design, he joined with Louise Garfield and Anna Stratton in 1994 to form Triptych Media. The company's other productions have included the films Falling Angels, The Republic of Love, and The Hanging Garden, and the television dramas Lucky Girl, The Tale of Teeka and Heyday!
2. Per Ditlev-Simonsen of lily & sapphire
Per Ditlev-Simonsen (born 12 June 1932) is a Norwegian politician. He was the mayor of Oslo, representing the Conservative Party, from 1995 to 2007.
He stepped down on 23 August 2007 following the Swiss bank-account scandal. Ditlev-Simonsen was an officer of the Norwegian Royal Guards, and he later attended Stanford University getting a Master of Arts degree. After college, Ditlev-Simonsen became a partner in his father's shipping company Sverre Ditlev-Simonsen & Co (SDS) in 1955.
He was a partner in the company until 1995. Ditlev-Simonsen was a Member of Parliament from 1981 to 1985, serving in the Standing Committee of Finance. From 1989 to 1990 Ditlev-Simonsen was Minister of Defence in the Cabinet of Jan P.
3. Professional life of lily & sapphire
He was a student rabbi at Southgate Progressive Synagogue in 1956, and became its Rabbi in 1971, serving until 1975.
As Rabbi, Jacobi served the congregations of Wembley & District Liberal Synagogue (now Mosaic Liberal Synagogue) from 1975 to 1982, and the Progressive Jewish congregation of Zurich, Switzerland from 1982 to 1990. He and his wife returned in 1990 to the UK, where he served as Rabbi at the South Bucks Jewish Community from 1990 to 1995 and the Eastbourne Progressive Jewish Congregation from 2004 to 2007. When he retired from service as a congregational rabbi, he became chair of the Liberal Beth Din.
4. DemographicsCoat of arms of lily & sapphire
Crests of former towns St. Martin am Grimming Both predecessors had a community crest.
Because of the merger, both crests lost their official validity on January 1, 2015. The authorization of the municipal coat of arms for the merged community took effect on 15 February 2015. Blazon (crest description): "Under a blue shield head with a silver tri-peak, the middle point of which is higher, divided from black to red, on the right side is a golden horseshoe with 2 rhombuses, at left is a silver diamond-square with a blue lily inside; the center is split with a downward silver sword".
5. A Marriage Minuet of lily & sapphire
A Marriage Minuet is a two-act serio-comic play by David Wiltse. It revolves around the lives and relationships of two married couples: Douglas and Lily Zweig, and Rex and Violet Franklin.
There are several other bit parts, all of which are portrayed by one woman (these parts are listed simply as Girl in the cast list). There are several unique aspects of A Marriage Minuet, including graphics to indicate the locations of each scene, numerous soliloquies directed towards the audience, and the replacement of generic dialogue with descriptions thereof (such as "Egregious encomiums for under-cooked fish and over-cooked string beans.").
6. Dan and Stacy Chariton of lily & sapphire
Dan and Stacy Chariton are screenwriters of the 2013 film The English Teacher, starring Julianne Moore, Nathan Lane, Greg Kinnear, Michael Angarano and Lily Collins, which premiered at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival. They met as undergraduates at the USC School of Cinema-Television, where they studied under professor John Furia, Jr.
Their first creative collaboration was a 14-issue run of "The Silver Surfer," published by Marvel Comics. Their storyline portrayed the Silver Surfer as a terrifying and inscrutable cosmic being, "kidnapping" gifted human children to protect them from an imminent global catastrophe. The English Teacher is their first produced film.
They are married and live in Los Angeles.
7. Gay Allison of lily & sapphire
Gay Allison (born 1953) is a Canadian poet, editor, and English teacher.
She was the fiction editor of The Canadian Forum, poetry editor of Waves, founding editor of a feminist journal, Fireweed, co-editor of Landscape, and founding member of the Women's Writing Collective of Toronto. Additionally, Allison is an advisory board member of Tiger Lily, a journal by women of colour. Allison is also a full member of the League of Canadian Poets.
She was the recipient of the Poetry Award from the Federation of Women Teachers' Association of Ontario (FWTAO) in 1982 and 1986.
8. The Pink & the Lily of lily & sapphire
The Pink & The Lily is the second studio album by the Scottish singer Sandi Thom, released in both the United Kingdom and Ireland on 26 May 2008 by RCA Records.
The album had been released on iTunes on 24 May 2008. The album is a mix of pop and folk songs written by Thom herself, alongside other writers including her boyfriend, Jake Field, and Tom Gilbert, and produced by Jake Field and Duncan Thompson, who work under the alias of The Mighty Vibrations. The album entered the UK Albums Chart at number 25, then dropped to 65 the following week, before dropping out of the top 75.
9. Cultivation of lily & sapphire
With a minimum temperature of 10Â C (50Â F), in temperate regions C. miniata is normally cultivated as a houseplant.
Like its relative C. nobilis it has gained the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit, along with the variety C. miniata var.
citrina (confirmed 2017). In warmer sites, it can grow outdoors and is used in landscapes for its attractive evergreen foliage and showy flowers. This clump-forming plant spreads via rhizomes and is particularly suited for shady areas.
Cultivars include Clivia miniata Kirstenbosch Splendour, bred by Graham Duncan, which illustrates the cover of the Kirstenbosch centenary book (2013).
10. Plot of lily & sapphire
Set in New York City, the film follows a naive fashion school graduate named Lily (Jessica Rothe) who finds her world turned upside down when her reckless best friend Kat (Hannah Murray) announces shes moving away to London in a matter of days.
At a Lower East Side art opening the next night, they meet the enigmatic rising artist Henri (Jack Falahee), who Lily quickly takes a liking for. With less than seven days left and a new attractor between them, Lily and Kat will find their unbreakable friendship put to the test.
Labor as President of Rosario Central of lily & sapphire
Before 1889, Calder, together with his secretary Chamberlain, ordered the railway company to give them land in order to organize the practice of football. Once achieved, in the historic day of December 24, 1889, he was elected as the first president of Rosario Central. He had a fiery speech in favor of football, and to the detriment of cricket, the other sport that the British had brought to Argentina and was prevailing.
He served until 1900, being 11 years in office the third rogue president who exercised the most time, behind Vctor Vesco and Federico Flynn.
12. University City Symphony Orchestra of lily & sapphire
The University City Symphony Orchestra (UCSO) is a non-profit community orchestra, established in 1960, giving amateur musicians in the St.
Louis, Missouri area the opportunity to play orchestral literature. Though drawing on musicians from throughout the surrounding area, it rehearses and holds the majority of its free concerts in University City, Missouri. Currently under the direction of Dr.
Leon Burke III, the orchestra sponsors the William Schatzkamer Young Artists Competition, partners with other area musical organizations and plays throughout St. Louis area and surrounding counties though the Center of Creative Arts (COCA) is home to most of its performances.
Pachypodium saundersii of lily & sapphire
Pachypodium saundersii, the kudu lily, is a succulent plant of the family Apocynaceae. It was named in honour of Sir Charles James Renault Saunders (18571931), the Natal Province civil servant and casual plant collector. It is found naturally in Southern Africa, on the Lebombo Mountains and other areas in KwaZulu-Natal, Mpumalanga and Eswatini (Swaziland).
It is usually a small, shrubby bush, but can grow up to 1.5m tall. The plant is covered in paired, sharp thorns, and dark green shiny leaves, and it flowers annually producing masses of white flowers that have a pinkish/purplish tinge to them.
14. Career of lily & sapphire
She started her career in business administration at AIC Litein Hospital as an Hospital Administrator. Ms.
Koros joined Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital where she served as Assistant Director Finance and Administration before joining the Commission for Implementation of the Constitution where she worked as the Director Management Services and the Ag. Secretary/Chief Executive Officer.Previously, from 21 February 2014, she served as the CEO of Kenyatta National Hospital (KeNH), the largest public hospital in East and Central Africa.
In March 2018, following a series of surgical mishaps at KeNH, the hospital board suspended Ms Koros and the then director of medical services, Dr Bernard Githae, to "allow an audit of KeNH systems".
15. Ally Fowler of lily & sapphire
Alexandra "Ally" Fowler (born 1961) is an Australian actress and singer.
She is known for her roles as Angela Hamilton in Sons and Daughters (198284) and Zoe Davis in Neighbours (1986). As a singer, Fowler is known as one of the four female vocalists of the band Chantoozies (198691), which had topÂ 10 hits with a cover version of "Witch Queen" in 1987 and an original track, "Wanna Be Up" in 1988. Their debut self-titled album peaked at No.
Â 8 on the ARIA Albums Chart in September 1988. After the group disbanded Fowler returned to acting, with roles in Big Sky (1997), All Saints (200507) and Wentworth (201314). From 2012 she has also participated in reunion gigs by Chantoozies
Under the Sunset of lily & sapphire
Under the Sunset is a collection of short stories by Bram Stoker (the author of Dracula), first published in 1881. Its significance in the development of fantasy literature was recognized by its republication by the Newcastle Publishing Company as the seventeenth volume of the celebrated Newcastle Forgotten Fantasy Library series in October, 1978. The stories in the collection are: "Under the Sunset" "The Rose Prince" "The Invisible Giant" "The Shadow Builder" "How 7 Went Mad" "Lies and Lilies" "The Castle of the King" "The Wondrous Child""The Shadow Builder" was adapted to film in 1998 as Shadow Builder.
17. Saturday Night (Sandi Thom song) of lily & sapphire
"Saturday Night" is a song performed by Scottish singer Sandi Thom. It was released as the second single of Thoms second album The Pink & The Lily and her fifth single overall.
The song was named as "Single of the Week" by Radio 2 and received extensive airplay on the station. It was released on 25 August 2008. It is a download release for the UK market only.
A planned CD single format release was abandoned. Despite numerous promotional appearances on television, radio and press interviews the single failed to enter the UK Top 100 on its release.
HMS of lily & sapphire
Two ships of the Royal Navy have borne the name HMS Spencer. A third was renamed before being launched: HMS Spencer was to have been an 18-gun brig sloop. She was renamed Diligence before being launched in 1795.
HMSÂ SpencerÂ (1795) was a 16-gun brig-sloop, formerly the civilian Sir Charles Grey. She was purchased in 1795, renamed HMS Lilly (or Lily) in 1800, and captured by the French in 1804. She became the French privateer Gnral Ernouf.
She blew up in 1805 while in an engagement with HMSÂ Renard. HMSÂ SpencerÂ (1800) was a 74-gun third rate launched in 1800 and broken up in 1822.
Jurga Ivanauskait of lily & sapphire
Jurga Ivanauskait (14 November 1961 17 February 2007) was a Lithuanian writer. She was born in Vilnius, Lithuanian SSR, Soviet Union. While studying at the Vilnius Art Academy, she wrote her first book, The Year of the Lilies of the Valley, published in 1985.
She subsequently published six novels, a children's book and a book of essays. Her works have been translated into several languages, including English, Latvian, Polish, Russian, German, and Swedish. After her visits in the Far East, she became an active supporter of the Tibet liberation movement.
She died from soft tissue sarcoma in Vilnius at the age of 45 and is interred in the Antakalnis Cemetery.
20. BHFanaticos of lily & sapphire
BHFanaticos is the largest supporters group in Bosnia and Herzegovina who follow Bosnian national sport teams mostly in football, basketball, handball and sitting volleyball.
Members are located throughout Europe and especially Bosnian war refugees who fled during the war. Since the Bosnian national anthem has no lyrics, BHFanaticos sing lyrics from the old national anthem Jedna si jedina. On BHFanaticos logo there is a lily.
It is based on Lilium bosniacum which is native to Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is a historical symbol related to the House of Kotromani who ruled the Kingdom of Bosnia in medieval period and also found in the former flag of Bosnia.