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1. Research of lily & sapphire

Ruohola-Baker's research focuses on stem cells and the molecular requirements for differentiation, with particular interest in the role of microRNA and in the relationship between metabolism and epigenetic changes in different types of stem cells. The research group also has a long-standing interest in studying the Notch and S1P signaling pathway using Drosophila as models of human diseases, particularly Duchenne muscular dystrophy and cancer.

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2. Economy of lily & sapphire

The principal economic activities in Hijuleas are agronomy and agriculture, especially in the cultivation of flowers, plants, trees, and fruits such as avocados and citruses. Its cultivated land, irrigated by the Aconcagua River, provides a high quality microclimate for exporting agricultural products.

Also in Hijuelas exists a world-leading company in the production of ornamental bulbs and seeds, whose products are exported to various countries such as Japan, the Netherlands, and others.

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3. Erythronium citrinum of lily & sapphire

Erythronium citrinum, also known as citrus fawn lily or cream fawn lily, is a member of the lily family that is endemic to the Klamath Mountains.

It is found in southwest Oregon and adjacent northwest California. The genus Erythronium, which can be found across northern North America, Europe and Asia, is most diverse in California, which is home to fifteen of about twenty-eight members of the genus.

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Music video of lily & sapphire

There was no official music video produced. She created a homemade video for the song. A version of this video featuring fan photographs was mounted by Sandi's management on her official YouTube channel but it was removed by YouTube because it contained scenes of an offensive and law-breaking nature.

It has been suggested by some that this video was deliberately created to stir up controversy as a publicity stunt for the single

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5. Controversy of lily & sapphire

On 24 March 2007 during match between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Norway at the Ullevl Stadium in Oslo. BHFanaticos and other Bosnian fans caused an hour-long delay due to an unprecedented amount of flares that had been thrown onto the pitch in protest against corruption of Bosnia and Herzegovina football federation president Munib Uanovi, who later has been sentenced to five years in jail over tax fraud

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Plot summary of lily & sapphire

When college students find themselves in need of cash, they sign up for what seems a simple paid research study. They soon realize their lives are in danger. Unfortunately, they've unknowingly volunteered their bodies as human collateral in an ongoing covert U.

S. Military experiment to test weapons of mass destruction. They quickly try to come up with a plan to escape

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Blatherwick of lily & sapphire

Blatherwick is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: David Blatherwick (artist) (born 1960), Canadian painter and video artist David Blatherwick (diplomat) (born 1941), British diplomat Francis John Blatherwick, CM, OBC, CD, FRCP(C) (born 1944), Canadian medical health officer Jack Blatherwick (born 1998), English cricketer Lily Blatherwick (18541934), English painter Sam Blatherwick (18881975), British swimmer Steve Blatherwick (born 1973), English former footballer Thomas Blatherwick, rugby union international who represented England in 1878 Wilfred Blatherwick (18701956), American tennis player

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8. Name of lily & sapphire

The album's title is a reference to a pub in Lacey Green, Buckinghamshire, originally owned by two ex-employees of the local Hampden family, the butler Mr Pink and the chambermaid Miss Lilie.

They had to flee after Miss Lilie fell pregnant and the family shunned them - their illegitimate son set up the pub and named it after his parents. Thom has said in interviews that the story inspired the title track of the album.

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The Craft: Legacy of lily & sapphire

The Craft: Legacy is an upcoming 2020 American supernatural horror film written and directed by Zoe Lister-Jones. The film is a stand-alone sequel to the 1996 film The Craft and stars Cailee Spaeny, Gideon Adlon, Lovie Simone, Zoey Luna, Michelle Monaghan and David Duchovny. Jason Blum is serving as a producer under his Blumhouse Productions banner.

The Craft: Legacy is scheduled to be released in the United States through video on demand on October 28, 2020.

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10. Leopard lily of lily & sapphire

Leopard lily is a common name for several plants and may refer to: Dieffenbachia, a genus containing species cultivated as ornamental houseplants Ledebouria socialis, a species native to South Africa Lilium catesbaei, a lily species native to southeastern North America Lilium pardalinum, a lily species native to western North America Iris domestica, a cultivated species also known as Belamcanda chinensis

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Cast of lily & sapphire

Zinovy Gerdt as Viktor Mikhailovich Kukushkin, an illusionist Alla Larionova as Elena Ivanovna Yevgeny Leonov as Stepan Nikolayevich Rossomakhin, the boss of Kukushkin Olga Gobzeva as Lily, the daughter of Kukushkin Leonid Dyachkov as Pavel, the investigator Vladimir Basov as pop entertainer-satirist Svetlana Kharitonova as Sasha, Dima's wife Edward Abert as Dima, the juggler Oleg Gerasimov as episode Valentina Titova as Dasha, editor Konstantin Zaitsev as episode Inessa Drovosekova as wife of Rossomakhin

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12. List of surviving silent film actors of lily & sapphire

This article lists the known surviving actors and actresses that started in or appeared in silent film, including those with uncredited roles. The silent era existed from c.

1896 until the first full-length sound feature or "talkie" The Jazz Singer, was released in 1927and the silent film era ended about 1929 in American cinema and later in other countries. All of the surviving silent actors on this list were child actors.

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Lily-Rose Aslandogdu of lily & sapphire

Lily-Rose Aslandogdu is a British female actress best known from If London Were Syria and other Save the Children second a day videos. She also appears in the film A Monster Calls and in Call the Midwife. She voiced the younger Anathema Device in the 2014 BBC Radio adaptation of Good Omens.

Lily appeared in The Alienist as Alice Roosevelt. Her mother is English and her father is Turkish.

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First years of lily & sapphire

Calder was born in Dingwall, county of Ross and Cromarty, in the Scottish Highlands. He received in his name the maternal surname Bain. His family enjoyed prosperity, as his father was a prestigious cabinetmaker.

After his death, when Colin was 10 years old, the family economic situation worsened. Calder studied in the Saint Clement's School, and years later embarked on a trip to Argentina.

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Lena Kennedy of lily & sapphire

Lena Kennedy (June 15, 1914 August 1, 1986), was an English author. Her books were mostly historic romantic fiction set in and around the East End of London where she lived for all her life. Some of her books, including her autobiography, were published posthumously.

She appeared, as a subject, on the television programme This Is Your Life shortly before her death in 1986 .

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16. Lily Luik of lily & sapphire

Lily Luik (born 14 October 1985) is an Estonian long-distance runner.

She competed in the marathon event at the 2015 World Championships in Athletics in Beijing, China. She is one of an identical triplet, sister of Liina and Leila. All three qualified to participate in the marathon event representing Estonia at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.

The triplets were professional dancers before Liina brought them to running.

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17. Cleo Demetriou of lily & sapphire

Cleopatra "Cleo" Demetriou (/klio dmtriu/; Greek: ; born 23 April 2001) is a Cyprus-born Olivier Award-winning child actress most known for playing the main role in Matilda the Musical in London's West End.

She is also known for playing the role of Lily Hampton in the CBBC show So Awkward, and for singing the soundtrack "Made of Paper" to accompany the short film Macho Man

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18. Books of lily & sapphire

Faraway Island (En i havet), translated from the Swedish by Linda Schenck in 2009, published by Random House in 2009 Lily Pond (Nckrosdammen), translated from the Swedish by Linda Schenck in 2011 Deep Sea (Havets djup), translated from the Swedish by Linda Schenck in 2015 Open Sea (ppet hav) Lighthouse and the Stars (Fyr och stjrnor) Truth or Dare (Sanning eller konsekvens) If Not Now, When? (Om inte nu s nr?

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19. Main sights of lily & sapphire

Church of Maria Santissima Assunta (or Mother Church), known from the 9th century. Of the original building, only a portal in Gothic-Catalan style has survived.

The current structure, with a nave and two aisles on the basilica plan, was built in 16331680. Church of St. Francis of Assisi (17th century) Church of Santissima Trinit (1531) Palazzo del Giglio, the current town hall

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Paul Kater of lily & sapphire

Paul Kater is a Dutch writer and novelist, writing novels in the fantasy and steampunk genres. Kater developed a feel for languages, but chose to write instead due to the lack of outlets for working with the Dutch language. He has authored several books since 2003, all in English to allow for international recognition and consumption.

Since January 2012, Kater has been a member-publisher of the Alexandria Publishing Group. Kater currently resides in Cuijk, Netherlands.

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Civil service career of lily & sapphire

Nailor was a British civil servant for seventeen years. He initially joined the Home Civil Service in 1952 and was first appointed Assistant Principal at the Admiralty. He then served as First Lord's representative on the Admiralty Interview Board, 196062; a member of the Polaris Executive, 19621967; and Assistant Secretary, Ministry of Defence, 1967-1969.

In his last posting, he dealt with future planning in Defence Secretariat 22, implementing the recommendations of Lord Fulton's Report

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22. Radium Girls of lily & sapphire

Radium Girls is a 2018 American drama film directed by Lydia Dean Pilcher and Ginny Mohler and starring Joey King and Abby Quinn. Lily Tomlin and Jane Wagner serve as executive producers.

Originally screened at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2018, the film was supposed to be released to North American theaters in early April 2020, with a wider release later in the month. The release has been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic

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23. Marie (Cat Mother and the All Night Newsboys song) of lily & sapphire

"Marie" is a song, originally recorded by Cat Mother and the All Night Newsboys on their 1969 album The Street Giveth.

And The Street Taketh Away. In the same year it was released on the B-side of the single "Can You Dance to It?".

Soon it was adapted into French (under the title "C'est la vie, Lily") by Pierre Delano. The French version was released in 1970 by Joe Dassin.

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Ex Casts of lily & sapphire

Rohit Samanta as Sandip / Arya Rupanjana Mitra as Debi Debaparna Chakraborty as Joyeeta Animesh Bhaduri as Joyeeta's Husband Joyjit Banerjee as Goutam Pritha Chatterjee as Moni's Aunt Abhijit Deb Roy as Moni's Uncle Arnab Banerjee as Moni's cousin's husband Prity Biswas as Goutam's Friend Nitya Ganguly as Domestic Aid Ayush Mukherjee as Moni's Fianc Mousumi Saha as Parama sandip mazumder as arka's friend

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25. Walter Morosco of lily & sapphire

Walter Morosco (February 1, 1899 December 30, 1948) was an American film producer, writer, actor and director. Morosco was born in San Francisco, the son of theater impresario Oliver Morosco and grandson of Walter M.

Morosco (1846-1901). He worked for United Artists and Fox Film Corporation before signing a contract with Twentieth Century-Fox. From 1924 to 1934 he was married to Corinne Griffith.

They had no children. He died at the age of 49 after suffering a stroke.

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Discography of lily & sapphire

Purely (CD) 2012 Yan Lei (CD) 2011 Lily Sings Teresa Live in Hong Kong (CD) 2010 Passion 2009 Live (CD) - 2010 Nong Qing (CD) 2009 Lily Chan Hong Kong Concert Live 2007 (CD/VCD/DVD) 2008 The Sky And The Earth (CD) 2007 Lily Come Face To Face With Chris (CD) 2006 Sweet Words (CD) 2005 1.825m (CD) 2005 The Beautiful Shade Of Flowers (CD) 2004 Song Of Love (CD) 2004 Each In A Different Corner Of The World - 2003 Xin Qu (CD) - 2002

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27. As Is of lily & sapphire

As Is is a 1986 television film adapted by William M.

Hoffman from his 1985 play of the same title. The play and the film depict the effect that AIDS, then a fairly new epidemic, has on a group of friends living in New York City. The film was directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg and stars Jonathan Hadary, Robert Carradine, and Colleen Dewhurst.

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28. See How They Run of lily & sapphire

See How They Run is an Australian-British children's television series that aired on the BBC and ABC in 1999. Based on the children's novel of the same name by David McRobbie, it is centred on the Cassidy family who are placed in a Witness Protection program, uprooted from a small village in Northern England and transported to Sydney, Australia.

Filmed around the Blue Mountains of New South Wales, the series is narrated by the eldest daughter, Emma. .

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Christina Collard of lily & sapphire

Christina Collard (born 1988 in Melbourne, Australia) is an Australian actress television presenter writer and model. She has starred in the film Dracula: The Impaler, has had a recurring characters in the HBO/Cinemax series The Girl's Guide to Depravity, TBS series The Detour as well as Kevin Hart's sketch comedy show. She has appeared in dozens of commercials both nationally and globally.



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1. Lily Ann Granderson of lily & sapphire Lily Ann Granderson was born a slave in Virginia in 1816. She was a pioneering educator. Her grandmother was a free woman of Native American descent. However, after the death of her grandmother, Granderson's mother was sold into slavery at 3 years of age. Later in Granderson's life, she was moved to Kentucky and worked as a house slave because of her fair skin. Little is known about her father, except that he was a white man who was from one of the First Families of Virginia (FFV). Granderson and the master's family became quite close. The master's children even taught her how to read and write, a common method used by enslaved people to gain literacy, after she successfully persuaded them. Tragedy struck for Granderson when her master died and she was shipped down the river to Mississippi where she was sold to another slave master. On this plantation, Granderson worked in the fields, something she was not accustomed to, causing her to fall ill. She begged the slave master to remove her from the field and place her somewhere where the work wasn't so hard on her health. After much begging, the slave master allowed her to work in the kitchen at his home. The slave master's home was not located directly on the plantation but in town. Because of this, Granderson had to make the trip into town every day, but it was preferable to working in the fields from sunup to sundown. Going into town allowed Granderson to open her own school. However, it was against the law in Mississippi to educate slaves out of fear of rebels and runaways. To get around this, Granderson held classes late at night and enslaved children would sneak out to attend class. Class size was limited to 12 children at a time. After the children had learned how to read and write, they "graduated", making room for 12 more children. Granderson operated this class for about seven years without being discovered. Unfortunately, word eventually got out about this late-night class for slaves. Surprisingly, there wasn't a penalty for Granderson's actions. Although there was a law against the education of slaves, there was a loophole in this Mississippi law that Granderson had unknowingly stumbled into. While it was against Mississippi law for white people and free slaves to educate another slave, there was nothing in the law book about one slave educating another slave. As a result of this, Granderson recovered from this setback and opened a Sabbath school in addition to her late-night school. Through her efforts, hundreds of students became literate and were able to use their literacy to acquire freedom. Granderson was married and had two children. At 54 years of age, she became one of the first African-Americans to open an account at the Freedman's Bank. ------ 2. Biography of lily & sapphire Early life and careerLedford was born along the banks of the Red River in rural Powell County, Kentucky in 1917. She was the seventh of fourteen children born to tenant farmer Daw White Ledford and wife Stella May Tackett. Her father taught her to play banjo at a young age, and by age 12 she had learned to play the fiddle. Lily loved the traditional dance tunes, and she often had to sneak off to play at area dances, as her mother considered this type of music to be "old drunkard songs". In 1936, Ledford won a music competition at Mount Vernon, Kentucky, and the following year made her radio debut on WLS Chicago's National Barn Dance. Shortly after this appearance, she was recruited by John Lair for his new radio program, Renfro Valley Barn Dance, which was initially broadcast from Cincinnati and later moved to Mount Vernon. Ledford and Lair formed the Coon Creek Girls, with Lair providing the band's name, even though there was no such place as Coon Creek, as it was typical for early country music producers to give bands colorful rural-sounding names. The Coon Creek Girls originally consisted of Ledford on banjo and vocals, Ledford's sister Rosie on guitar, Evelyn Daisy Lange on bass, and Esther Violet Koehler on mandolin. The band made its radio debut on October 9, 1937. Lange and Koehler left in 1939, and were replaced by Ledford's sister, Minnie. The group performed at the White House in 1939 for President Franklin D. Roosevelt and his guests, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth. The group made regular appearances on Renfro Valley Barn Dance until disbanding in 1957. Folk music revival and later careerIn the 1960s, musicologist Ralph Rinzler rediscovered Ledford, and invited her to play at the Newport Folk Festival in 1968. Delighted by the positive response she received from the folk music movement, Ledford became a regular at folk festivals across the U.S. and Canada, initially with her sisters, and then as a solo artist when her sisters were unable to join her. In 1971, she appeared at the "Man and His World Festival" in Montreal, and she played at the Smithsonian Folklife Festival in Washington, D.C. the following year. In 1976, Ledford toured the Western U.S. and Canada with Mike Seeger's Old-Time Music Festival. In 1979, while on tour with the Red Clay Ramblers, Ledford recorded an album, Banjo Pickin' Girl, that was released on the Greenhays label in 1983. Around the same period, she appeared at the Mariposa Folk Festival in Orillia. In the early 1980s, author Loyal Jones interviewed Ledford extensively as part of research conducted with a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, and broadcast the interviews on National Public Radio. In 1980, Berea College published Coon Creek Girl, an autobiography Ledford had written in the late 1970s. Ledford stopped performing in 1983, when she was diagnosed with lung cancer. Just before her death in 1985, she was awarded a National Heritage Fellowship, which is the United States government's highest honor in the folk and traditional arts. Ledford inspired a generation of younger folk musicians, including Pete Seeger. ------ 3. Judeo-Iranian languages of lily & sapphire The Judeo-Iranian languages (or dialects) are a number of related Jewish variants of Iranian languages spoken throughout the formerly extensive realm of the Persian Empire. Judeo-Iranian dialects are generally conservative in comparison with those of their Muslim neighbours. Judeo-Shirazi, for example, remains close to the language of Hafez. Like most Jewish languages, all the Judeo-Iranian languages contain great numbers of Hebrew loanwords, and are written using variations of the Hebrew alphabet. Another name used for some Judeo-Iranian dialects is Latorayi, sometimes interpreted by folk etymology as "not the language of the Torah". This refers to a form of the language in which the number of Hebrew and Aramaic loanwords is deliberately maximised to allow it to function as a secret code. In general, however, the number of such loanwords is small compared with that in other Jewish languages such as Yiddish or Judaeo-Spanish. Dzhidi (literary Judeo-Persian) Luter'i (Pronounced "looteraiee," a secret language combining an Aramaic and Hebrew vocabulary with Persian conjunctions and grammatical morphemes) Bukhori (Judeo-Bukharic, Judeo-Tajik, the Jewish language of the distinctive Jewish community centered in Bukhara) Judeo-Golpaygani (the Judeo-Persian language traditionally spoken in the environs of Gulpaigan and western Isfahan Province, Iran) Judeo-Yazdi (spoken in the environs of Yazd and elsewhere in Yazd Province, in central Iran) Judeo-Kermani (spoken in Kerman and elsewhere in Kerman Province, in south-central Iran) Judeo-Shirazi (spoken in Shiraz and elsewhere in Fars Province, in southwestern Iran) Judeo-Esfahani (spoken in Isfahan and environs, as well as elsewhere in central and southern Isfahan Province, Iran) Judeo-Hamedani (spoken in Hamadan and elsewhere in Hamadan Province, in western Iran) Judeo-Kashani (spoken in Kashan, Abyaneh, and elsewhere in northern Isfahan Province, in western Iran) Lufl'i (Pronounced "looflaiee," a Kashani variation of Luter'i) Judeo-Borujerdi (spoken in Borujerd and elsewhere in Lorestan Province, in western Iran) Judeo-Khorramabadi (spoken in Khorramabad and elsewhere in Lorestan Province, in western Iran) Judeo-Nehevandi (spoken in Nahavand and elsewhere in northern Hamadan Province, in western Iran) Judeo-Khunsari (spoken in Khansar and elsewhere in far-western Isfahan Province, in western Iran) Juhuri (Judo-Tat) (A Jewish-Azari dialect spoken in the Republic of Azerbaijan, Dagestan (North Caucasus) and previous Jewish diaspora in Iranian Azerbaijan. Judeo-Aramaic (not to be confused with several Jewish Neo-Aramaic languages.
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1. The decline and extinction of the Affleck baronetcy of lily & sapphire The seventh baronet lost money through fraudulent dealings by a firm of solicitors and sold Dalham Hall and its estate in 1901 to Cecil Rhodes to raise 100,000. The 8th baronet, Frederick Danby James Affleck, was born with no expectation of inheriting the title and immigrated to Queensland, Australia as a cadet with the P&O shipping line. He unexpectedly inherited the title after the death of his cousin, the seventh baronet, in 1919. Frederick Affleck was involved in numerous business ventures in Queensland but lost all his money. He died, poor and blind, on 24 July 1939 at the Dunwich Benevolent Asylum on North Stradroke Island in Queensland, Australia and was buried in Toowong Cemetery in Brisbane. Frederick Affleck's eldest son, Frederick James Siddartha Affleck (born 1905 in Wynnum, Brisbane), was a habitual criminal and at the time of his father's death in 1939 was in Boggo Road Gaol in Brisbane along with his younger brother Dalham Robert Affleck serving a four-year sentence for robbery and blackmail. Although Frederick senior and Frederick junior wanted Frederick junior to inherit the title from his father, Frederick junior and his siblings were illegitimate as Frederick senior had not been legally married to their mother at the time of their births. Although Frederick senior claimed to have married Elizabeth Annie (Lily) Ross in 1904, at that time she was married to (but separated from) her first husband Lionel Laurence Green. Frederick senior and Lily did not marry until 1918 after Lily believed Green to have died. However, Green had not died, so this was not a legal marriage. Shortly before his death, on 21 June 1939, with Green definitely dead, Frederick senior and Lilly married again and then re-registered the births of their children which, under Queensland law, made their children legitimate as their parents were now legally married. After Frederick senior's death, Lily applied on behalf of her imprisoned son for him to inherit the title. However, after many enquiries, on 22 June 1949, the Attorney-General declared that English law did not recognise Queensland's subsequent legitimacy of the birth as being sufficient to inherit the title. As there were no other living heirs, the title became extinct. ------ 2. Lily Ann Granderson of lily & sapphire Lily Ann Granderson was born a slave in Virginia in 1816. She was a pioneering educator. Her grandmother was a free woman of Native American descent. However, after the death of her grandmother, Granderson's mother was sold into slavery at 3 years of age. Later in Granderson's life, she was moved to Kentucky and worked as a house slave because of her fair skin. Little is known about her father, except that he was a white man who was from one of the First Families of Virginia (FFV). Granderson and the master's family became quite close. The master's children even taught her how to read and write, a common method used by enslaved people to gain literacy, after she successfully persuaded them. Tragedy struck for Granderson when her master died and she was shipped down the river to Mississippi where she was sold to another slave master. On this plantation, Granderson worked in the fields, something she was not accustomed to, causing her to fall ill. She begged the slave master to remove her from the field and place her somewhere where the work wasn't so hard on her health. After much begging, the slave master allowed her to work in the kitchen at his home. The slave master's home was not located directly on the plantation but in town. Because of this, Granderson had to make the trip into town every day, but it was preferable to working in the fields from sunup to sundown. Going into town allowed Granderson to open her own school. However, it was against the law in Mississippi to educate slaves out of fear of rebels and runaways. To get around this, Granderson held classes late at night and enslaved children would sneak out to attend class. Class size was limited to 12 children at a time. After the children had learned how to read and write, they "graduated", making room for 12 more children. Granderson operated this class for about seven years without being discovered. Unfortunately, word eventually got out about this late-night class for slaves. Surprisingly, there wasn't a penalty for Granderson's actions. Although there was a law against the education of slaves, there was a loophole in this Mississippi law that Granderson had unknowingly stumbled into. While it was against Mississippi law for white people and free slaves to educate another slave, there was nothing in the law book about one slave educating another slave. As a result of this, Granderson recovered from this setback and opened a Sabbath school in addition to her late-night school. Through her efforts, hundreds of students became literate and were able to use their literacy to acquire freedom. Granderson was married and had two children. At 54 years of age, she became one of the first African-Americans to open an account at the Freedman's Bank. ------ 3. Teams of lily & sapphire Current TeamsNorthern DivisionAir-IT NottinghamAir-IT Nottingham are based at Nottingham SRC. Their player roster is: World ranking in brackets Alan Clyne , Eddie Charlton , Lewis Walters , Chris Fuller , Ollie Holland , Mark Fuller , George Parker , David Wardle , Emma Beddoes , Lisa Aitkin , Siobhan Knight, AJP PontefractAJP Pontefract is based at Pontefract Squash Club, West Yorkshire Their player roster is World ranking in brackets James Willstrop , Saurav Ghosal , Harinder Pal Sandhu , Lee Beachill, Adam Taylor, Taminder Gata Aura , Alex Hodgetts, Sam Wileman, George Wileman, Chris Van Der Salm , David Campion, Sarah Kippax , Joshna Chinappa , Kirsty McPhee, Katie Smith , Benz Bavarian DuffieldBased at Duffield Squash Club, Derbyshire. Nick Matthew , Steve Coppinger , Karim Ali Fathi , Joel Hinds , Andy Whipp, Aqeel Rehman , Declan James , Scott Handley, Adam Murrills , Ashley Davies , Paul Hargrave, Laura Massaro , Tania Bailey, Fiona Scott, Lily Taylor , Chapel AllertonDaryl Selby , Chris Simpson , Shaun Le Roux , Renan Lavigne, Dylan Bennett, James Earles, Simon Parke, Daniel Hockborn , Julian Tomlinson , Matt Sidaway, Pete Bilson, Dominic Hamilton, Jenny Duncalf, Carrie Ramsey, Samantha Ward Coolhurst LondonCoolhurst London is based at Coolhurst Tennis and Squash Club, London. It is included in the northern division following the withdrawal of Oxford. Player roster: Simon Rsner, Ong Beng Hee, Omar Abdel Meguid, Ben Coleman, Yann Perrin, Adam Auckland, Madeline Perry, Nicolette Fernandes, Lauren Selby, University of BirminghamUoB Squash Team is situated at the University of Birmingham. Player roster: Cameron Pilley, Chris Ryder, Jaymie Haycocks, Peter Creed, Nathan Lake, Bradley Hindle, Jonny Harford, Chris Tasker, Joel Makin, Scott Young, Oliver Mapp, Sarah-Jane Perry, Olga Ertlova, Deon Saffery, Southern DivisionExeter DiamondsBased at Devon and Exeter Squash club. Player roster: Omar Mosaad, Laurens Jan Anjema, Olli Tuominen, Mathieu Castagnet, Joey Barrington, Tim Vail, James Laird Natalie Grinham, Aisling Blake, Tory Temple-Murray, Integrity Surrey H&RLuxford's St George's HillTeam ChichesterUWE/ Elite Squash Bristol ------ 4. Judeo-Iranian languages of lily & sapphire The Judeo-Iranian languages (or dialects) are a number of related Jewish variants of Iranian languages spoken throughout the formerly extensive realm of the Persian Empire. Judeo-Iranian dialects are generally conservative in comparison with those of their Muslim neighbours. Judeo-Shirazi, for example, remains close to the language of Hafez. Like most Jewish languages, all the Judeo-Iranian languages contain great numbers of Hebrew loanwords, and are written using variations of the Hebrew alphabet. Another name used for some Judeo-Iranian dialects is Latorayi, sometimes interpreted by folk etymology as "not the language of the Torah". This refers to a form of the language in which the number of Hebrew and Aramaic loanwords is deliberately maximised to allow it to function as a secret code. In general, however, the number of such loanwords is small compared with that in other Jewish languages such as Yiddish or Judaeo-Spanish. Dzhidi (literary Judeo-Persian) Luter'i (Pronounced "looteraiee," a secret language combining an Aramaic and Hebrew vocabulary with Persian conjunctions and grammatical morphemes) Bukhori (Judeo-Bukharic, Judeo-Tajik, the Jewish language of the distinctive Jewish community centered in Bukhara) Judeo-Golpaygani (the Judeo-Persian language traditionally spoken in the environs of Gulpaigan and western Isfahan Province, Iran) Judeo-Yazdi (spoken in the environs of Yazd and elsewhere in Yazd Province, in central Iran) Judeo-Kermani (spoken in Kerman and elsewhere in Kerman Province, in south-central Iran) Judeo-Shirazi (spoken in Shiraz and elsewhere in Fars Province, in southwestern Iran) Judeo-Esfahani (spoken in Isfahan and environs, as well as elsewhere in central and southern Isfahan Province, Iran) Judeo-Hamedani (spoken in Hamadan and elsewhere in Hamadan Province, in western Iran) Judeo-Kashani (spoken in Kashan, Abyaneh, and elsewhere in northern Isfahan Province, in western Iran) Lufl'i (Pronounced "looflaiee," a Kashani variation of Luter'i) Judeo-Borujerdi (spoken in Borujerd and elsewhere in Lorestan Province, in western Iran) Judeo-Khorramabadi (spoken in Khorramabad and elsewhere in Lorestan Province, in western Iran) Judeo-Nehevandi (spoken in Nahavand and elsewhere in northern Hamadan Province, in western Iran) Judeo-Khunsari (spoken in Khansar and elsewhere in far-western Isfahan Province, in western Iran) Juhuri (Judo-Tat) (A Jewish-Azari dialect spoken in the Republic of Azerbaijan, Dagestan (North Caucasus) and previous Jewish diaspora in Iranian Azerbaijan. Judeo-Aramaic (not to be confused with several Jewish Neo-Aramaic languages. ------ 5. Sophie Bould of lily & sapphire Sophie Bould is a British theatre and TV actress, from Shropshire, where she attended Thomas Telford School and St Dominic's High School for Girls in Brewood. She is now based in London. Her first stage appearance was as a little French girl, at age eight with the South Staffs Musical Theatre Company at the Grand Theatre in Wolverhampton. She has said: "It was from that performance that I knew I wanted to be an actress, it propelled me to take drama lessons and now Im returning to that stage. Its a strange but lovely feeling". Bould graduated with a first class degree from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, having earlier attended the National Youth Theatre. Her television appearances include Doctors, The Inspector Lynley Mysteries and Holby City. Bould appeared in the West End at the London Palladium in the original Andrew Lloyd Webber production of The Sound of Music, alongside Connie Fisher. Bould played the eldest child of the Von Trapp family, "Liesl". She was also the understudy for "Maria" and received rave reviews in that role, having stepped in to cover an extended absence by Fisher through illness. Bould left The Sound of Music on 24 September 2007. Bould appeared at the National Theatre on the South Bank in Coram Boy and enjoyed a season at Regent's Park, London. Her stage debut was as the lead in the Rodgers and Hammerstein version of Cinderella, at the Bristol Old Vic. In 2008 she starred in the UK tour of Noises Off and later that year as "Belle" at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre in A Christmas Carol until January 2010. During the summer of 2010, Bould joined the companies of Sheridan's The Critic and Tom Stoppard's The Real Inspector Hound at Chichester Festival Theatre, playing to full houses and rave reviews. Most recently she took the leading role of "Lily" in The Secret Garden at Edinburgh Festival Theatre and the Royal Alexandra Theatre, Toronto, Canada. She married Robin Savage in Shropshire in September 2010. Bould starred as "Tracy Lord" in a UK tour of High Society in early 2013.
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1. Sophie Bould of lily & sapphire Sophie Bould is a British theatre and TV actress, from Shropshire, where she attended Thomas Telford School and St Dominic's High School for Girls in Brewood. She is now based in London. Her first stage appearance was as a little French girl, at age eight with the South Staffs Musical Theatre Company at the Grand Theatre in Wolverhampton. She has said: "It was from that performance that I knew I wanted to be an actress, it propelled me to take drama lessons and now Im returning to that stage. Its a strange but lovely feeling". Bould graduated with a first class degree from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, having earlier attended the National Youth Theatre. Her television appearances include Doctors, The Inspector Lynley Mysteries and Holby City. Bould appeared in the West End at the London Palladium in the original Andrew Lloyd Webber production of The Sound of Music, alongside Connie Fisher. Bould played the eldest child of the Von Trapp family, "Liesl". She was also the understudy for "Maria" and received rave reviews in that role, having stepped in to cover an extended absence by Fisher through illness. Bould left The Sound of Music on 24 September 2007. Bould appeared at the National Theatre on the South Bank in Coram Boy and enjoyed a season at Regent's Park, London. Her stage debut was as the lead in the Rodgers and Hammerstein version of Cinderella, at the Bristol Old Vic. In 2008 she starred in the UK tour of Noises Off and later that year as "Belle" at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre in A Christmas Carol until January 2010. During the summer of 2010, Bould joined the companies of Sheridan's The Critic and Tom Stoppard's The Real Inspector Hound at Chichester Festival Theatre, playing to full houses and rave reviews. Most recently she took the leading role of "Lily" in The Secret Garden at Edinburgh Festival Theatre and the Royal Alexandra Theatre, Toronto, Canada. She married Robin Savage in Shropshire in September 2010. Bould starred as "Tracy Lord" in a UK tour of High Society in early 2013. ------ 2. The decline and extinction of the Affleck baronetcy of lily & sapphire The seventh baronet lost money through fraudulent dealings by a firm of solicitors and sold Dalham Hall and its estate in 1901 to Cecil Rhodes to raise 100,000. The 8th baronet, Frederick Danby James Affleck, was born with no expectation of inheriting the title and immigrated to Queensland, Australia as a cadet with the P&O shipping line. He unexpectedly inherited the title after the death of his cousin, the seventh baronet, in 1919. Frederick Affleck was involved in numerous business ventures in Queensland but lost all his money. He died, poor and blind, on 24 July 1939 at the Dunwich Benevolent Asylum on North Stradroke Island in Queensland, Australia and was buried in Toowong Cemetery in Brisbane. Frederick Affleck's eldest son, Frederick James Siddartha Affleck (born 1905 in Wynnum, Brisbane), was a habitual criminal and at the time of his father's death in 1939 was in Boggo Road Gaol in Brisbane along with his younger brother Dalham Robert Affleck serving a four-year sentence for robbery and blackmail. Although Frederick senior and Frederick junior wanted Frederick junior to inherit the title from his father, Frederick junior and his siblings were illegitimate as Frederick senior had not been legally married to their mother at the time of their births. Although Frederick senior claimed to have married Elizabeth Annie (Lily) Ross in 1904, at that time she was married to (but separated from) her first husband Lionel Laurence Green. Frederick senior and Lily did not marry until 1918 after Lily believed Green to have died. However, Green had not died, so this was not a legal marriage. Shortly before his death, on 21 June 1939, with Green definitely dead, Frederick senior and Lilly married again and then re-registered the births of their children which, under Queensland law, made their children legitimate as their parents were now legally married. After Frederick senior's death, Lily applied on behalf of her imprisoned son for him to inherit the title. However, after many enquiries, on 22 June 1949, the Attorney-General declared that English law did not recognise Queensland's subsequent legitimacy of the birth as being sufficient to inherit the title. As there were no other living heirs, the title became extinct. ------ 3. Teams of lily & sapphire Current TeamsNorthern DivisionAir-IT NottinghamAir-IT Nottingham are based at Nottingham SRC. Their player roster is: World ranking in brackets Alan Clyne , Eddie Charlton , Lewis Walters , Chris Fuller , Ollie Holland , Mark Fuller , George Parker , David Wardle , Emma Beddoes , Lisa Aitkin , Siobhan Knight, AJP PontefractAJP Pontefract is based at Pontefract Squash Club, West Yorkshire Their player roster is World ranking in brackets James Willstrop , Saurav Ghosal , Harinder Pal Sandhu , Lee Beachill, Adam Taylor, Taminder Gata Aura , Alex Hodgetts, Sam Wileman, George Wileman, Chris Van Der Salm , David Campion, Sarah Kippax , Joshna Chinappa , Kirsty McPhee, Katie Smith , Benz Bavarian DuffieldBased at Duffield Squash Club, Derbyshire. Nick Matthew , Steve Coppinger , Karim Ali Fathi , Joel Hinds , Andy Whipp, Aqeel Rehman , Declan James , Scott Handley, Adam Murrills , Ashley Davies , Paul Hargrave, Laura Massaro , Tania Bailey, Fiona Scott, Lily Taylor , Chapel AllertonDaryl Selby , Chris Simpson , Shaun Le Roux , Renan Lavigne, Dylan Bennett, James Earles, Simon Parke, Daniel Hockborn , Julian Tomlinson , Matt Sidaway, Pete Bilson, Dominic Hamilton, Jenny Duncalf, Carrie Ramsey, Samantha Ward Coolhurst LondonCoolhurst London is based at Coolhurst Tennis and Squash Club, London. It is included in the northern division following the withdrawal of Oxford. Player roster: Simon Rsner, Ong Beng Hee, Omar Abdel Meguid, Ben Coleman, Yann Perrin, Adam Auckland, Madeline Perry, Nicolette Fernandes, Lauren Selby, University of BirminghamUoB Squash Team is situated at the University of Birmingham. Player roster: Cameron Pilley, Chris Ryder, Jaymie Haycocks, Peter Creed, Nathan Lake, Bradley Hindle, Jonny Harford, Chris Tasker, Joel Makin, Scott Young, Oliver Mapp, Sarah-Jane Perry, Olga Ertlova, Deon Saffery, Southern DivisionExeter DiamondsBased at Devon and Exeter Squash club. Player roster: Omar Mosaad, Laurens Jan Anjema, Olli Tuominen, Mathieu Castagnet, Joey Barrington, Tim Vail, James Laird Natalie Grinham, Aisling Blake, Tory Temple-Murray, Integrity Surrey H&RLuxford's St George's HillTeam ChichesterUWE/ Elite Squash Bristol ------ 4. Lauritzen Award of lily & sapphire The Lauritzen Award (Danish: Lauritzen-prisen) is a Danish film award which is handed every year to a female and a male Danish actor once a year by the Lauritzen Fonden. The prize is currently 250,000 DDK to each recipient since 2010. The prize was established in 1965 as the Henkel-prisen (Henkel Award), which was given to a female actor from 1965 to 1995. From 1965 to 2000 the Lauritzen Award / the Henkel Award was 50,000 DDK, from 2001 to 2009 the prize was 150,000 DDK. The recipients are chosen of a prize-commeettee, which currently consists of these members: Jens Ditlev Lauritzen, chair person, Lauritzen Fonden, Geir Sveaass, stage director, Piv Bernth, representing, DR-Culture, Poul Nesgaard, head of the Danish Film School (Den Danske Filmskole), Rikke Rottensten, editor and writer of theatrical reviews for Kristeligt Dagblad, Lars C. W. Wallenberg who writes theatrical reviews for Brsen, Kasper Wilton, head of the theater Folketeatret, Jan Lauritzen representing the Lauritzen family. The Lauritzen Fonden currently hands five other film awards: Visionsprisen - 100,000 DDK - is handed to an individual or organization or a group who had the courage to try something completely new and who had a strong artistical vision. Hdersprisen - 100,000 DDK is given to an experienced actor late in his or her glorious career in film, TV-series or on stage Backstage-prisen - 50,000 DDK is handed to a back-stage person in film, TV or TV-series Wauw-prisen - 30,000 DDK is handed to an experienced actor who plays in a non-expected kind of role. Believe in You-prisen - 20,000 DDK is handed to a young talented actor. ------ 5. Harold Grieve of lily & sapphire Harold Grieve (February 1, 1901 November 3, 1993) was a motion picture art director and interior designer. Born in Los Angeles, California, he attended Hollywood High School then studied art at the "School of Illustration and Painting" run by John Francis Smith in Los Angeles. In the early 1920s Grieve went to work in the film industry as a set designer and art director. He became one of the founding members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and remained active all his life in the Academy's library of historical records. Near the beginning of the 1930s, Grieve gave up working for a film studio to set up an interior design business. In 1932 his wife, former star of the silent era Jetta Goudal, whom he married in 1930, joined him in the business. Among other things, they designed the interior of a dream home for crooner Bing Crosby and the interior of Toujours Eblouissante, the Palm Springs estate of French opera star Lily Pons that was featured in Architectural Digest. As well, Grieve did the interior of actress Colleen Moore's famous dollhouse that toured the U.S. and which can now be seen on display at Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry. Harold Grieve's wife died in 1985 in Los Angeles and he died there in 1993. They are interred together in a private room at the Great Mausoleum, Sanctuary of the Angels, at Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery in Glendale, California. ------ 6. Lily Cahill of lily & sapphire Lily Cahill (July 17, 1888, Lockhart, Texas July 20, 1955, San Antonio) was an American actress of the stage and screen. The granddaughter of Confederate Army Colonel John Jacob Myers, she began her career in 1910 at the age of 15 playing supporting roles in several silent films directed by D.W. Griffith. In 1911 she was given leading parts in A Victim of Circumstances and The Failure. In 1912 Cahill abandoned her movie career for the stage, making her Broadway debut in the short-lived play The Road to Arcady by Edith Sessions Tupper. She remained highly active in the New York theatre scene up through 1941. Some of her notable appearances are: Roi Cooper Megrue's Under Cover (1914) Brandon Tynan's The Melody of Youth (1916) Henri Lavedan's The Marquis de Priola (1919) Matheson Lang's The Purple Mask (1920) Owen Davis's Opportunity (1920) Arthur Goodrich's So This Is London (1922) Jesse Lynch Williams's Lovely Lady (1925) Sil-Vara's Caprice (1928) Rachel Crothers's As Husbands Go (1931) Sidney Howard's Alien Corn (1933) S. N. Behrman's Rain From Heaven (1934) George S. Kaufman's First Lady (1935) Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse's Life With Father (1941)She also made appearances on the London stage and was active in regional theatre both in the Northeast United States and in her native Texas. Cahill returned periodically to films during her career, appearing in Colonel Carter of Cartersville (1915), My Sin (1931), and So This Is London (1939). She also appeared in one episode of the television series The Philco Television Playhouse in 1953. She was briefly married to Irish-born American actor Brandon Tynan. ------ 7. Life of lily & sapphire Loat was born in Battersea in about 1880 and her father was John Loat. She was head pupil at Tiffin Girl's School in Kingston-on-Thames. She took shorthand lessons and this skill gained her a position at the National Anti-Vaccination League which had been founded in 1896. Loat had no strong views on vaccination. She was working for the league's secretary answering correspondence and during this time she became a strong supporter of the league. When the secretary resigned she was soon confirmed as the replacement secretary at the beginning of 1909. The league became her life and she knew a lot about the subject of vaccination and the possible hazards associated. She was invited to speak internationally in the 1920s and the 1930s and she would answer correspondence on the subject. She enjoyed debating with critics. The Leagues journal The Vaccination Inquirer and Health Review had been published since 1880. Lote took on the editorship of the journal in 1932. In 1951 she published The Truth about Vaccination and Immunization. This was a small book that itemised the arguments against vaccination. It is still re-issued. Loat was also opposed to vivisection. Loat wanted to retire but no replacement could be found. This was a disappointment to her. Loat died in Kingswood in Surrey in 1958. She was working for the National Anti-Vaccination League whilst in hospital during her final illness. She was still the editor of the league's journal- the journal's final issue was in 1972.
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1. Lily Cahill of lily & sapphire Lily Cahill (July 17, 1888, Lockhart, Texas July 20, 1955, San Antonio) was an American actress of the stage and screen. The granddaughter of Confederate Army Colonel John Jacob Myers, she began her career in 1910 at the age of 15 playing supporting roles in several silent films directed by D.W. Griffith. In 1911 she was given leading parts in A Victim of Circumstances and The Failure. In 1912 Cahill abandoned her movie career for the stage, making her Broadway debut in the short-lived play The Road to Arcady by Edith Sessions Tupper. She remained highly active in the New York theatre scene up through 1941. Some of her notable appearances are: Roi Cooper Megrue's Under Cover (1914) Brandon Tynan's The Melody of Youth (1916) Henri Lavedan's The Marquis de Priola (1919) Matheson Lang's The Purple Mask (1920) Owen Davis's Opportunity (1920) Arthur Goodrich's So This Is London (1922) Jesse Lynch Williams's Lovely Lady (1925) Sil-Vara's Caprice (1928) Rachel Crothers's As Husbands Go (1931) Sidney Howard's Alien Corn (1933) S. N. Behrman's Rain From Heaven (1934) George S. Kaufman's First Lady (1935) Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse's Life With Father (1941)She also made appearances on the London stage and was active in regional theatre both in the Northeast United States and in her native Texas. Cahill returned periodically to films during her career, appearing in Colonel Carter of Cartersville (1915), My Sin (1931), and So This Is London (1939). She also appeared in one episode of the television series The Philco Television Playhouse in 1953. She was briefly married to Irish-born American actor Brandon Tynan. ------ 2. Frau Wber of lily & sapphire Frau Wber (Mrs Wber) is a popular and long-running drag act on German television, who appears in a number of light entertainment, Schlager and Volksmusik programmes on the state channel SWR, and on SWR-produced programmes of the same type in ARD. The character is played by Hansy Vogt, who also presents programmes as himself, and sometimes appears both as himself and Frau Wber in the same programme. Vogt is also lead singer of the Schlager party band Die Feldberger, and in addition performs as a ventriloquist. Frau Martha Wber is a comic stereotype of a confused, elderly Swabian lady, and speaks in a strong, comical, Black Forest dialect. Typically, she appears in sketches and games, tells corny jokes, and performs scripted banter with minor German celebrities and Schlager singers. The programmes in which she appears are generally designed to appeal to the elderly (a large proportion of German viewers) and the humour is gentle. The character thus cannot be compared with more contemporary and risque drag queens such as Lily Savage or RuPaul, and is more similar in tone to the cross-dressing exploits of The Two Ronnies or Stanley Baxter in classic light entertainment programmes of the past. She has co-presented the SWR show Frhlicher Alltag since 1998, and also frequently appears in other programmes such as Frhlicher Weinberg (SWR) and Immer Wieder Sonntags (ARD). ------ 3. Clytie Jessop of lily & sapphire Clytie Jessop (born Clytie Erica Lloyd-Jones; 1929 9 April 2017) was a British-based Australian actress, gallerist, painter, screenwriter and film director, notable mainly for her association with cinematographer and film director Freddie Francis. Born to Herman Jonah and Erica Lily (ne Small) Lloyd-Jones in Sydney, New South Wales, Jessop's younger sister, Hermia Sappho Lloyd-Jones (19312000), married artist David Boyd. Clytie Lloyd-Jones married her first husband antiques dealer, Peter Jessop, in London in 1952, with whom she adopted a daughter, Pandora, her only child. Living in New York in the late 1950s she worked as an actor in off-Broadway productions. Her first screen role was as the ghost of Miss Jessel in The Innocents (1961), based on Henry James's The Turn of the Screw and starring Deborah Kerr. She appeared only in long shot. Francis had been cinematographer for The Innocents; he later directed Jessop in two minor horror roles for Hammer and Amicus, respectively: Nightmare (1964) and Torture Garden (1967). Jessop a later owned and ran the eponymous Clytie Jessop Gallery on Kings Road, Chelsea, London, during the 1960s. Following the arrest on obscenity charges of OZ magazine's Richard Neville and Jim Anderson in 1971, she held a benefit exhibition called Ozjects D'Art featuring works by David Hockney among others. 1969 saw her marry Australian writer Peter Smalley, author of a series of historic naval novels about HMS Expedient. In 1986, she wrote, directed and produced the film Emma's War, starring Lee Remick. ------ 4. Publications of lily & sapphire Books/Monographs/Editions Orgeln und Orgelmusik in deutsch-jdischer Kultur, Netiva: Wege deutsch-jdischer Geschichte und Kultur 6. Hildesheim: Georg Olms Verlag, 2005 The Organ and Its Music in German-Jewish Culture. New York: Oxford University Press, 2009 Salomon Sulzer: Reformer, Cantor, Icon / Salomon Sulzer: Reformer, Kantor, Kultfigur. Berlin: Hentrich & Hentrich, 2012 German-Jewish Organ Music: An Anthology of Works from the 1820s to the 1960s. Middleton, WI: A-R Editions, 2013 Hans Samuel: Selected Piano Works. Middleton, WI: A-R Editions, 2013 Dislocated Memories: Jews, Music, and Postwar German Culture, edited with Lily Hirsch. New York: Oxford University Press, 2014 Referencing Music in the Twenty-first Century: Encyclopedias of the Past, Present, and Future. Fontes Artis Musicae LXIII/3 (JulySeptember 2016) Werner Sander, "To Finally Fortify Peace": A Vital Exponent of Jewish Music in the GDR / Werner Sander, "den Frieden endgltig zu festigen": Ein grosser Vertreter der jdischen Musik in der DDR. Teetz: Hentrich & Hentrich, 2017 Orgeln und Orgelmusik in deutsch-jdischer Kultur, Netiva: Wege deutsch-jdischer Geschichte und Kultur 6. Hildesheim: Georg Olms Verlag, 2017. 2nd revised edition Experiencing Jewish Music in America: A Listener's Companion. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2018 Postmodernity's Musical Pasts. Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 2020 Transcending Dystopia: Music, Mobility, and the Jewish Community in Germany, 19451989. New York: Oxford University Press, 2020. ------ 5. Harold Grieve of lily & sapphire Harold Grieve (February 1, 1901 November 3, 1993) was a motion picture art director and interior designer. Born in Los Angeles, California, he attended Hollywood High School then studied art at the "School of Illustration and Painting" run by John Francis Smith in Los Angeles. In the early 1920s Grieve went to work in the film industry as a set designer and art director. He became one of the founding members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and remained active all his life in the Academy's library of historical records. Near the beginning of the 1930s, Grieve gave up working for a film studio to set up an interior design business. In 1932 his wife, former star of the silent era Jetta Goudal, whom he married in 1930, joined him in the business. Among other things, they designed the interior of a dream home for crooner Bing Crosby and the interior of Toujours Eblouissante, the Palm Springs estate of French opera star Lily Pons that was featured in Architectural Digest. As well, Grieve did the interior of actress Colleen Moore's famous dollhouse that toured the U.S. and which can now be seen on display at Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry. Harold Grieve's wife died in 1985 in Los Angeles and he died there in 1993. They are interred together in a private room at the Great Mausoleum, Sanctuary of the Angels, at Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery in Glendale, California. ------ 6. The Revisionaries of lily & sapphire The Revisionaries is a 2012 documentary film about the re-election of Don McLeroy, the former chairman of the Texas Board of Education. The film also details how the Texas Board's decisions on textbook content influence textbooks across the nation and affect the American culture war. The Revisionaries was directed by Scott Thurman and produced by Silver Lining Films, Magic Hour Productions and Naked Edge Films. The film generated a great deal of buzz prior to its premiere on April 20, 2012 at the Tribeca Film Festival. Texas Monthly reported that "the film received rave reviews after its Tribeca premiere." The Revisionaries went on to win the Festival's Special Jury Prize. During the awards presentation, Michael Moore stated "I hope every American sees this film," and called The Revisionaries "a must-see film for anyone concerned about enforced ignorance and intolerance, and for those who still believe in science and in Thomas Jefferson." On July 18, 2012, Kino Lorber acquired all North American rights to The Revisionaries. The film premiered theatrically on October 5, 2012 in Dallas, Texas, and the Public Broadcasting Service's (PBS) Independent Lens aired an abridged version of the film in late January 2013. The Revisionaries went on to win the 2013 PBS Independent Lens Audience Award and 2014 duPont Award for excellence in broadcast journalism. ------ 7. Life of lily & sapphire Loat was born in Battersea in about 1880 and her father was John Loat. She was head pupil at Tiffin Girl's School in Kingston-on-Thames. She took shorthand lessons and this skill gained her a position at the National Anti-Vaccination League which had been founded in 1896. Loat had no strong views on vaccination. She was working for the league's secretary answering correspondence and during this time she became a strong supporter of the league. When the secretary resigned she was soon confirmed as the replacement secretary at the beginning of 1909. The league became her life and she knew a lot about the subject of vaccination and the possible hazards associated. She was invited to speak internationally in the 1920s and the 1930s and she would answer correspondence on the subject. She enjoyed debating with critics. The Leagues journal The Vaccination Inquirer and Health Review had been published since 1880. Lote took on the editorship of the journal in 1932. In 1951 she published The Truth about Vaccination and Immunization. This was a small book that itemised the arguments against vaccination. It is still re-issued. Loat was also opposed to vivisection. Loat wanted to retire but no replacement could be found. This was a disappointment to her. Loat died in Kingswood in Surrey in 1958. She was working for the National Anti-Vaccination League whilst in hospital during her final illness. She was still the editor of the league's journal- the journal's final issue was in 1972. ------ 8. When the Lilies Bloom in France Again of lily & sapphire "When the Lilies Bloom in France Again" is a World War I era song released in 1918. Robert Levenson wrote the lyrics. George L. Cobb composed the music. It was published by Walter Jacobs of New York City and Boston, Massachusetts. There are two versions of the sheet music cover. One was designed by Rose Starmer. The cover is described as an "artistic words only cover." Another cover is a painting of a garden, with lilies in the foreground. The song was written for both voice and piano. The song uses nature as a metaphor to assure listeners of hope and that everything will be restored at the end of the war. It also highlights a promise a soldier makes: "When the lilies bloom in France again," the soldier will return to his sweetheart. The song starts by describing lilies growing and birds singing in France. This scenery is now bare, but "the flowers will bloom again, That's a part of every soldier's vow." The chorus is as follows: When the lilies bloom in France again And the fields are white as snow Then our work will be done And I'll come back to the one Who'll be waiting for me I know Then we'll all see the silver lining That will soon pierce the dark clouds through When the lilies bloom in France again, I'll come back to you, sweetheart
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1. 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When the Lilies Bloom in France Again of lily & sapphire "When the Lilies Bloom in France Again" is a World War I era song released in 1918. Robert Levenson wrote the lyrics. George L. Cobb composed the music. It was published by Walter Jacobs of New York City and Boston, Massachusetts. There are two versions of the sheet music cover. One was designed by Rose Starmer. The cover is described as an "artistic words only cover." Another cover is a painting of a garden, with lilies in the foreground. The song was written for both voice and piano. The song uses nature as a metaphor to assure listeners of hope and that everything will be restored at the end of the war. It also highlights a promise a soldier makes: "When the lilies bloom in France again," the soldier will return to his sweetheart. The song starts by describing lilies growing and birds singing in France. This scenery is now bare, but "the flowers will bloom again, That's a part of every soldier's vow." The chorus is as follows: When the lilies bloom in France again And the fields are white as snow Then our work will be done And I'll come back to the one Who'll be waiting for me I know Then we'll all see the silver lining That will soon pierce the dark clouds through When the lilies bloom in France again, I'll come back to you, sweetheart ------ 3. Baeometra of lily & sapphire Baeometra is a genus in the family Colchicaceae containing a single species, Baeometra uniflora. It is native to South Africa, where it is commonly called beetle lily due to the dark markings on the tepals. The genus was erected when the British botanist Richard Salisbury described the species "Baeometra columellaris" in 1812, although the plant had already been discovered, described and painted in 1793 by the Austrian botanist Nikolaus Joseph von Jacquin under the name Melanthium uniflorum. The correct name for the species was thus settled in 1941 by the South African botanist Gwendolyn Lewis to be Baeometra uniflora (Salisb.) G.J.Lewis. The epithet means "single-flowered", which is contradicted by the fact that the stem usually bears at least two yellowish flowers. The species is related to the genus Wurmbea, which is present in southern Africa and Australia, and is known to be a poisonous plant containing the alkaloid colchicine. It has been introduced to Australia, where it is considered to be an invasive and unwanted addition to the local flora. ------ 4. The Revisionaries of lily & sapphire The Revisionaries is a 2012 documentary film about the re-election of Don McLeroy, the former chairman of the Texas Board of Education. The film also details how the Texas Board's decisions on textbook content influence textbooks across the nation and affect the American culture war. The Revisionaries was directed by Scott Thurman and produced by Silver Lining Films, Magic Hour Productions and Naked Edge Films. The film generated a great deal of buzz prior to its premiere on April 20, 2012 at the Tribeca Film Festival. Texas Monthly reported that "the film received rave reviews after its Tribeca premiere." The Revisionaries went on to win the Festival's Special Jury Prize. During the awards presentation, Michael Moore stated "I hope every American sees this film," and called The Revisionaries "a must-see film for anyone concerned about enforced ignorance and intolerance, and for those who still believe in science and in Thomas Jefferson." On July 18, 2012, Kino Lorber acquired all North American rights to The Revisionaries. The film premiered theatrically on October 5, 2012 in Dallas, Texas, and the Public Broadcasting Service's (PBS) Independent Lens aired an abridged version of the film in late January 2013. The Revisionaries went on to win the 2013 PBS Independent Lens Audience Award and 2014 duPont Award for excellence in broadcast journalism. ------ 5. Pyeatte-Mason Cemetery of lily & sapphire The Pyeatte-Mason Cemetery is a small historic cemetery at the junction of Waterside and Lily Streets on the west side of Maumelle, Arkansas. It occupies a small wooded lot, and has ten marked graves. It contains graves of some of Pulaski County's earliest settlers, the Pyeatte and Carnahan families. They settled this area in 1812, calling it Crystal Hill. The only dated graves in the cemetery are marked 1818 and 1883. They were led by the brothers James Pyeatt, a farmer, and Jacob Pyeatt, who operated a ferry on the Arkansas River. The first Protestant services held in Arkansas were conducted in 1812 in the home of James Pyeatt by the Reverend John Carnahan of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. The original settlement, called Pyeattstown, grew to 150 people by 1819. Pyeatte township was formed in 1823. James Pyeatt died in 1833 and was buried near his land in a small cemetery that is now near the Maumelle Country Club's golf course. The township of Maumelle was formed in 1842. It was composed of two sections: Little Maumelle and Big Maumelle. The cemetery was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1996. ------ 6. Edgar Vincent of lily & sapphire Edgar Vincent (13 March 1918, Hamburg 26 June 2008, New York City) was an American publicist and actor of German birth. He began his career appearing in small roles in Hollywood films during the 1940s but his German accent prevented him from moving further with his career. In 1949 he joined a New York publishing firm with his first client being the opera singer Ezio Pinza. He went on to specialize in being a publicist for opera singers, helping shape and forward the careers of major stars like Lily Pons, Anna Moffo, Eleanor Steber, Jussi Bjrling, George London, Leonard Warren, Mirella Freni, Shirley Verrett, Cecilia Bartoli, Dolora Zajick, Dorothy Kirsten, Eileen Farrell, Birgit Nilsson, Rise Stevens and Salvatore Licitra. He had a particularly close friendship and relationship with the late Beverly Sills and was also a close friend and adviser to Plcido Domingo in addition to being his publicist. Vincent also worked for Mikhail Baryshnikov and a handful of musicians other than opera singers, including conductors Erich Leinsdorf, Leopold Stokowski and Georg Solti; the cellist Mstislav Rostropovich; and the violinist Isaac Stern. He also worked frequently with his colleague, fellow publicist Margaret Carson. ------ 7. Frau Wber of lily & sapphire Frau Wber (Mrs Wber) is a popular and long-running drag act on German television, who appears in a number of light entertainment, Schlager and Volksmusik programmes on the state channel SWR, and on SWR-produced programmes of the same type in ARD. The character is played by Hansy Vogt, who also presents programmes as himself, and sometimes appears both as himself and Frau Wber in the same programme. Vogt is also lead singer of the Schlager party band Die Feldberger, and in addition performs as a ventriloquist. Frau Martha Wber is a comic stereotype of a confused, elderly Swabian lady, and speaks in a strong, comical, Black Forest dialect. Typically, she appears in sketches and games, tells corny jokes, and performs scripted banter with minor German celebrities and Schlager singers. The programmes in which she appears are generally designed to appeal to the elderly (a large proportion of German viewers) and the humour is gentle. The character thus cannot be compared with more contemporary and risque drag queens such as Lily Savage or RuPaul, and is more similar in tone to the cross-dressing exploits of The Two Ronnies or Stanley Baxter in classic light entertainment programmes of the past. She has co-presented the SWR show Frhlicher Alltag since 1998, and also frequently appears in other programmes such as Frhlicher Weinberg (SWR) and Immer Wieder Sonntags (ARD). ------ 8. Publications of lily & sapphire Books/Monographs/Editions Orgeln und Orgelmusik in deutsch-jdischer Kultur, Netiva: Wege deutsch-jdischer Geschichte und Kultur 6. Hildesheim: Georg Olms Verlag, 2005 The Organ and Its Music in German-Jewish Culture. New York: Oxford University Press, 2009 Salomon Sulzer: Reformer, Cantor, Icon / Salomon Sulzer: Reformer, Kantor, Kultfigur. Berlin: Hentrich & Hentrich, 2012 German-Jewish Organ Music: An Anthology of Works from the 1820s to the 1960s. Middleton, WI: A-R Editions, 2013 Hans Samuel: Selected Piano Works. Middleton, WI: A-R Editions, 2013 Dislocated Memories: Jews, Music, and Postwar German Culture, edited with Lily Hirsch. New York: Oxford University Press, 2014 Referencing Music in the Twenty-first Century: Encyclopedias of the Past, Present, and Future. Fontes Artis Musicae LXIII/3 (JulySeptember 2016) Werner Sander, "To Finally Fortify Peace": A Vital Exponent of Jewish Music in the GDR / Werner Sander, "den Frieden endgltig zu festigen": Ein grosser Vertreter der jdischen Musik in der DDR. Teetz: Hentrich & Hentrich, 2017 Orgeln und Orgelmusik in deutsch-jdischer Kultur, Netiva: Wege deutsch-jdischer Geschichte und Kultur 6. Hildesheim: Georg Olms Verlag, 2017. 2nd revised edition Experiencing Jewish Music in America: A Listener's Companion. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2018 Postmodernity's Musical Pasts. Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 2020 Transcending Dystopia: Music, Mobility, and the Jewish Community in Germany, 19451989. New York: Oxford University Press, 2020. ------ 9. Goeiemorgen, morgen of lily & sapphire "Goeiemorgen, morgen" ("Good morning, morning") was the Belgian entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1971, performed in Dutch by Jacques Raymond and Lily Castel. The song was performed tenth on the night (following the United Kingdom's Clodagh Rodgers with "Jack In The Box" and preceding Italy's Massimo Ranieri with "L'amore un attimo"). At the close of voting, it had received 68 points, placing 14th in a field of 18. The song was originally intended to be performed by Nicole & Hugo, who would represent Belgium at the 1973 contest with "Baby, Baby", however shortly prior to their departure to Dublin for the contest, Nicole fell ill with jaundice and the duo were unable to attend. As an indirect consequence of the late cancellation, "Goeiemorgen, morgen" was recorded by both duos and Nicole & Hugo even released the song in a French-language version, then entitled "La vie chante". The song itself is an up-beat number, dealing with the simple joy of waking up in the morning. It was succeeded as Belgian representative at the 1972 Contest by Serge & Christine Ghisoland performing " la folie ou pas du tout".
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1. Other versions of lily & sapphire Ruby Murray released a version of the song in the United Kingdom as a single that reached #10 in June 1959 and reached #2 in Norway. Ruby Wright released a version of the song as a single in May 1959. The Kaye Sisters released a version of the song in the United Kingdom as a single in April 1959. Lily Berglund released a Swedish version of the song in Sweden as a single in 1959. Maureen Evans released a version of the song as the B-side to her 1959 single "May You Always". Alice Babs released a Swedish version of the song as part of an EP in 1959. Bente Lind released a version in Norway 1964 (Manu MA 80), later released in Sweden 1972 (Decca F 44571) Claudine Longet released a version of the song as the B-side to her 1974 single "Who Broke Your Heart (And Made You Write That Song)". Schytts released a version of the song on their 1975 album, Hlligng 5. ------ 2. Goeiemorgen, morgen of lily & sapphire "Goeiemorgen, morgen" ("Good morning, morning") was the Belgian entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1971, performed in Dutch by Jacques Raymond and Lily Castel. The song was performed tenth on the night (following the United Kingdom's Clodagh Rodgers with "Jack In The Box" and preceding Italy's Massimo Ranieri with "L'amore un attimo"). At the close of voting, it had received 68 points, placing 14th in a field of 18. The song was originally intended to be performed by Nicole & Hugo, who would represent Belgium at the 1973 contest with "Baby, Baby", however shortly prior to their departure to Dublin for the contest, Nicole fell ill with jaundice and the duo were unable to attend. As an indirect consequence of the late cancellation, "Goeiemorgen, morgen" was recorded by both duos and Nicole & Hugo even released the song in a French-language version, then entitled "La vie chante". The song itself is an up-beat number, dealing with the simple joy of waking up in the morning. It was succeeded as Belgian representative at the 1972 Contest by Serge & Christine Ghisoland performing " la folie ou pas du tout". ------ 3. George Tzavellas of lily & sapphire George Tzavellas, also rendered Giorgos Tzavellas, Yiorgos Tzavellas, or Yorgos Javellas (Greek: , 1916, Athens October 18, 1976), was a Greek film director, screenwriter, and playwright. His filmmaking was particularly influential, with critic Georges Sadoul considering him "one of the three major postwar Greek directors" (along with Michael Cacoyannis and Nikos Koundouros). Tzavellas wrote at least 26 plays, in addition to writing the scripts for all of his films. Among his notable films are Marinos Kontaras (1948), the drama O methystakas (1950), and Antigone (1961), a cinematic adaptation of the Sophocles tragedy. His adaptation of Antigone reimagined it in the language of realist cinema, omitting stylized elements of Greek stageplay such as the chorus, and attempting to convey the same information via setting and dialogue. In 1964 he was a member of the jury at the 14th Berlin International Film Festival. His masterpiece, however, is the 1955 film The Counterfeit Coin (I klpiki lra), a film in four parts, linking the stories of several people through their transactions of a single counterfeit gold coin. ------ 4. King Swamp of lily & sapphire King Swamp was a British rock band,consisting of Walter Wray (vocals), Dave Allen (bass), Steve Halliwell (keyboards), Dominic Miller (guitar), and Martyn Barker (drums). The band was formed in 1988 in London, after Allen and Barker had parted ways with Shriekback and recruited Wray as frontman. Halliwell and Mike Cozzi (featured on the second album) were also ex-Shriekback members. King Swamp's first single, "Is This Love?", reached number 21 on the Billboard Album Rock chart. The band released two albums plus several singles before disbanding in 1990 after their second studio album, Wiseblood, failed to chart anywhere in the U.S. or the U.K. and was panned by critics. Wray later produced a solo album with Dominic Miller, who later played with Sting. Wray and Halliwell are part of The Saturday Girls, the backing group for Lily Rae, the former's daughter. They also play in a band named Little Machine, which puts music to poetry and have performed with poet laureate Carol Ann Duffy. ------ 5. Early life of lily & sapphire Andrews was born and raised in the Liverpool suburb of Fazakerley, She is the daughter of a hairdresser and a police officer. She was educated at the Convent of Notre-Dame at Everton Valley where she did not excel at English but had a passion for history and literature, eventually earning 5 O-levels. She then trained as short-hand typist at a well-rated commercial college in Colquitt Street. After graduating she became a secretary at the Lily Cups company in Aintree and married her husband Robert, a policeman from Fazakerley. At that time she was living in Fazakerley. Andrews remembers, "In those days I never did any writing at all. I didn't want to be a writer." She quit her job after about three years at Lily Cups when she became pregnant. Giving birth to triplets, a daughter Helen and two sons Paul and Keith, she raised her family and started to publish novels. ------ 6. Baeometra of lily & sapphire Baeometra is a genus in the family Colchicaceae containing a single species, Baeometra uniflora. It is native to South Africa, where it is commonly called beetle lily due to the dark markings on the tepals. The genus was erected when the British botanist Richard Salisbury described the species "Baeometra columellaris" in 1812, although the plant had already been discovered, described and painted in 1793 by the Austrian botanist Nikolaus Joseph von Jacquin under the name Melanthium uniflorum. The correct name for the species was thus settled in 1941 by the South African botanist Gwendolyn Lewis to be Baeometra uniflora (Salisb.) G.J.Lewis. The epithet means "single-flowered", which is contradicted by the fact that the stem usually bears at least two yellowish flowers. The species is related to the genus Wurmbea, which is present in southern Africa and Australia, and is known to be a poisonous plant containing the alkaloid colchicine. It has been introduced to Australia, where it is considered to be an invasive and unwanted addition to the local flora. ------ 7. Andante, Andante of lily & sapphire "Andante, Andante" is a song recorded by Swedish pop group ABBA for the album Super Trouper. It was released as a single in only two countries: El Salvador and Argentina. It was written by members Benny Andersson and Bjrn Ulvaeus on April 9, 1980, at Polar Music studios. Initially, this song was called "Hold Me Close". Co-vocalist Anni-Frid Lyngstad handles the lead vocals. The lyrics were translated into Spanish by Buddy and Mary McCluskey and recorded in October 1980 at Polar Music studios. This song was released for the first time on the album Super Trouper - the Latin America version as track number 4 and it was reused on the album, ABBA Oro as track number 12. "'Andante Andante' is a love song, and the repeated musical term of the title means gently, slowly or at a walking pace in Italian." The Abba tribute choir "Andante Andante" takes its name from this song. The Herald describes "Andante, Andante" as having an "Italian" flavour. ------ 8. Pyeatte-Mason Cemetery of lily & sapphire The Pyeatte-Mason Cemetery is a small historic cemetery at the junction of Waterside and Lily Streets on the west side of Maumelle, Arkansas. It occupies a small wooded lot, and has ten marked graves. It contains graves of some of Pulaski County's earliest settlers, the Pyeatte and Carnahan families. They settled this area in 1812, calling it Crystal Hill. The only dated graves in the cemetery are marked 1818 and 1883. They were led by the brothers James Pyeatt, a farmer, and Jacob Pyeatt, who operated a ferry on the Arkansas River. The first Protestant services held in Arkansas were conducted in 1812 in the home of James Pyeatt by the Reverend John Carnahan of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. The original settlement, called Pyeattstown, grew to 150 people by 1819. Pyeatte township was formed in 1823. James Pyeatt died in 1833 and was buried near his land in a small cemetery that is now near the Maumelle Country Club's golf course. The township of Maumelle was formed in 1842. It was composed of two sections: Little Maumelle and Big Maumelle. The cemetery was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1996. ------ 9. Lineups of lily & sapphire 2004KT Tunstall The Egg The Basics Tallula Carina Round2005Super Furry Animals Desmond Dekker Mando Diao Regina Spektor Adam Freeland The Noisettes Boy Kill Boy2006Lily Allen Indigo Moss OK GO The Hair Arlo Guthrie20072629 July Echo & The Bunnymen Indigo Moss The Noisettes The Sunshine Underground New Young Pony Club Alabama 320082427 July Grace Jones Morcheeba Alphabeat Shout Out Louds Florence & The Machine Metronomy My Pretend Orchestra Eugene Francis Jnr Noah and the Whale20092326 July Jarvis Cocker Emiliana Torrini The XX Adam Freeland EMF Emmy the Great20102225 July Gorillaz Marina and the Diamonds Echaskech Hybrid Cloud Control Eliza Doolittle Animal Kingdom Mystery Jets Infadels Crystal Fighters20112124 July Blondie Leftfield Cosmo Jarvis Adam Freeland Matt and Kim Martha Reeves and the Vandellas Mystery Jets I am Kloot20121922 July Orbital Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros KT Tunstall Little Roy Caravan Palace Little Dragon Alabama Shakes Tim Minchin Lamb Lianne La Havas The Ladykillers Bastille20132528 July Faithless Regina Spektor 2ManyDJs Django Django David Icke The Ladykillers SYKUR Bastille PhildelAttendance: 29,000 20142427 July Little Dragon Sub Focus My Nu Leng Clean Bandit M Gorgon City Morcheeba Sigma Matrix and Futurebound The Skints Years and Years Fat Freddy's Drop ------ 10. Edgar Vincent of lily & sapphire Edgar Vincent (13 March 1918, Hamburg 26 June 2008, New York City) was an American publicist and actor of German birth. He began his career appearing in small roles in Hollywood films during the 1940s but his German accent prevented him from moving further with his career. In 1949 he joined a New York publishing firm with his first client being the opera singer Ezio Pinza. He went on to specialize in being a publicist for opera singers, helping shape and forward the careers of major stars like Lily Pons, Anna Moffo, Eleanor Steber, Jussi Bjrling, George London, Leonard Warren, Mirella Freni, Shirley Verrett, Cecilia Bartoli, Dolora Zajick, Dorothy Kirsten, Eileen Farrell, Birgit Nilsson, Rise Stevens and Salvatore Licitra. He had a particularly close friendship and relationship with the late Beverly Sills and was also a close friend and adviser to Plcido Domingo in addition to being his publicist. Vincent also worked for Mikhail Baryshnikov and a handful of musicians other than opera singers, including conductors Erich Leinsdorf, Leopold Stokowski and Georg Solti; the cellist Mstislav Rostropovich; and the violinist Isaac Stern. He also worked frequently with his colleague, fellow publicist Margaret Carson. ------ 11. Background of lily & sapphire He worked on the First Transcontinental Railroad as the foreman of a group of Chinese railroad workers, many of whom Chin, himself, recruited and helped to gain passage into the United States. His leadership was important to the construction of the railroad because Chinese railroad workers were used to lay the steel rails. Following the completion of the railroad in 1869 he settled for a time in Black Hawk, Colorado where he was the unofficial leader of a group of Chinese immigrants who settled in a community called Cottonwood. Chin eventually achieved modest success in mining investments in Central City; by the 1870s, he had earned enough money to bring his family over from China. Upon their arrival, he moved to Denver, where he, as well as his children and descendants, became important figures in the city. He died in 1894 and was buried in Denver's Riverside Cemetery. In April 1901 his body was exhumed and transferred to China.
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1. Lily Schreyer of lily & sapphire Lily Schreyer, CC (born Lily Schulz) (born c. 1938) is a former Viceregal consort of Canada, as the wife of former Manitoba premier and Governor General Edward Schreyer. They married June 30, 1960 and had two daughters, Lisa and Karmel, and two sons, Jason and Toban. She has been involved with Girl Guides of Canada, UNICEF and other charitable organizations. She and her husband were made Companions of the Order of Canada in 1979. She has shown concern for issues related to the physically disabled. As Chatelaine of Rideau Hall she had an accessible entrance and an elevator installed, and suggested the Fountain of Hope, dedicated to Terry Fox, which stands in front of the main entrance. Lily Schreyer is the sponsor of the CCGS Amundsen. Her father, Jacob Schulz, was a Co-operative Commonwealth Federation Member of Parliament. ------ 2. Administration of lily & sapphire As a commune, Olmu is a third-level administrative division of Chile administered by a communal council, headed by an alcalde who is directly elected every four years. The current alcalde is Macarena Santelices Caas (Ind./Pro-UDI)elected 2012. The communal council has the following members: Lus Alberto Crdova Gonzlez (Ind./Pro-UDI) Sonia Muoz Urrutia (PDC) lvaro Zamora Prez (PS) Abelardo Campos Cordero (RN) Leonel Gmez rdenes (PRSD) Ramn Donoso Alvarado (UDI)Within the electoral divisions of Chile, Olmu is represented in the Chamber of Deputies by Mr. Marcelo Schilling (PS) and Mr. Arturo Squella (UDI) as part of the 12th electoral district, (together with Limache, Villa Alemana and Quilpu). The commune is represented in the Senate by Ignacio Walker Prieto (PDC) and Lily Prez San Martn (RN) as part of the 5th senatorial constituency (Valparaso-Cordillera). ------ 3. Edward Barnard and Sons of lily & sapphire Edward Barnard and Sons was a firm of British silversmiths. They created the Lily font, a large silver gilt baptismal font used in the christening services of members of the British Royal family. The company's origins date back to about 1680, when the silversmith Anthony Nelme (d. 1722) established a firm in Ave Maria Lane, London. Edward Barnard (d. 1855) was first manager and in 1829 became the proprietor, trading as Edward Barnard & Sons, with his sons Edward Barnard (d. 1868), John Barnard and William Barnard (d. 1851). In 1838, they moved to Angel Street, London. The Lily font was commissioned by Queen Victoria from Edward Barnard and Sons, for the christening of her first child, Victoria, Princess Royal on 10 February 1840, her parents' first wedding anniversary. In 1898, they moved to Fetter Lane, and in 1920, to Hatton Garden, London. In 1977, they became a subsidiary of Padgett & Braham, and closed in 2003. ------ 4. Andante, Andante of lily & sapphire "Andante, Andante" is a song recorded by Swedish pop group ABBA for the album Super Trouper. It was released as a single in only two countries: El Salvador and Argentina. It was written by members Benny Andersson and Bjrn Ulvaeus on April 9, 1980, at Polar Music studios. Initially, this song was called "Hold Me Close". Co-vocalist Anni-Frid Lyngstad handles the lead vocals. The lyrics were translated into Spanish by Buddy and Mary McCluskey and recorded in October 1980 at Polar Music studios. This song was released for the first time on the album Super Trouper - the Latin America version as track number 4 and it was reused on the album, ABBA Oro as track number 12. "'Andante Andante' is a love song, and the repeated musical term of the title means gently, slowly or at a walking pace in Italian." The Abba tribute choir "Andante Andante" takes its name from this song. The Herald describes "Andante, Andante" as having an "Italian" flavour. ------ 5. King Swamp of lily & sapphire King Swamp was a British rock band,consisting of Walter Wray (vocals), Dave Allen (bass), Steve Halliwell (keyboards), Dominic Miller (guitar), and Martyn Barker (drums). The band was formed in 1988 in London, after Allen and Barker had parted ways with Shriekback and recruited Wray as frontman. Halliwell and Mike Cozzi (featured on the second album) were also ex-Shriekback members. King Swamp's first single, "Is This Love?", reached number 21 on the Billboard Album Rock chart. The band released two albums plus several singles before disbanding in 1990 after their second studio album, Wiseblood, failed to chart anywhere in the U.S. or the U.K. and was panned by critics. Wray later produced a solo album with Dominic Miller, who later played with Sting. Wray and Halliwell are part of The Saturday Girls, the backing group for Lily Rae, the former's daughter. They also play in a band named Little Machine, which puts music to poetry and have performed with poet laureate Carol Ann Duffy. ------ 6. Other versions of lily & sapphire Ruby Murray released a version of the song in the United Kingdom as a single that reached #10 in June 1959 and reached #2 in Norway. Ruby Wright released a version of the song as a single in May 1959. The Kaye Sisters released a version of the song in the United Kingdom as a single in April 1959. Lily Berglund released a Swedish version of the song in Sweden as a single in 1959. Maureen Evans released a version of the song as the B-side to her 1959 single "May You Always". Alice Babs released a Swedish version of the song as part of an EP in 1959. Bente Lind released a version in Norway 1964 (Manu MA 80), later released in Sweden 1972 (Decca F 44571) Claudine Longet released a version of the song as the B-side to her 1974 single "Who Broke Your Heart (And Made You Write That Song)". Schytts released a version of the song on their 1975 album, Hlligng 5. ------ 7. Background of lily & sapphire He worked on the First Transcontinental Railroad as the foreman of a group of Chinese railroad workers, many of whom Chin, himself, recruited and helped to gain passage into the United States. His leadership was important to the construction of the railroad because Chinese railroad workers were used to lay the steel rails. Following the completion of the railroad in 1869 he settled for a time in Black Hawk, Colorado where he was the unofficial leader of a group of Chinese immigrants who settled in a community called Cottonwood. Chin eventually achieved modest success in mining investments in Central City; by the 1870s, he had earned enough money to bring his family over from China. Upon their arrival, he moved to Denver, where he, as well as his children and descendants, became important figures in the city. He died in 1894 and was buried in Denver's Riverside Cemetery. In April 1901 his body was exhumed and transferred to China. ------ 8. Lilium medeoloides of lily & sapphire Lilium medeoloides is an East Asian herb in the lily family. It is native to Zhejiang Province in China, Jeju-do in Korea, and eastern Russia (Kamchatka, Kuril Islands, Sakhalin), where it grows in forests and on grassy and rocky subalpine areas. It is stem rooting and sports lanceolate stalkless leaves about 12 cm long which are arranged in one or two whorls on the lower part of the stem with odd leaves on the upper part of the stem. The stem is hollow. The plant produces short racemes on which are up to 10 scentless, apricot to orange-red, Turk's-cap style flowers of 4.5 cm with dark spots and purple anthers. The whole plant grows to 4080 cm. The name Kurumayuri can be translated as "Lily with wheels". formerly includedLilium medeoloides var. obovatum Franch. & Sav., now called Lilium hansonii Leichtlin ex D.D.T.Moore ------ 9. Description of lily & sapphire The Calochortus clavatus lily produces tall stems up to 1 metre (3.3 ft) in height and only basal leaves. Atop the stem is a lily bloom with sepals up to 4 centimeters long. The petals are up to 5 centimeters long and yellow with a darker line or series of bands near the base, which are often red. The cup of the flower is filled with hairs which have clubbed ends. The anthers are often deep purple. The capsule fruit is up to 9 centimeters long. VarietiesVarieties of Calochortus clavatus include: Calochortus clavatus var. avius northwestern Sierra Nevada foothills Calochortus clavatus var. clavatus Calochortus clavatus var. gracilis slender Mariposa lily; western Transverse Ranges (San Gabriels, Santa Susanas, Santa Monicas, & Simi Hills.) Calochortus clavatus var. pallidus Calochortus clavatus var. recurvifolius Arroyo de la Cruz mariposa lily; southern outer Coast Range north of Arroyo de la Cruz Piedras Blancos, San Luis Obispo County. ------ 10. George Tzavellas of lily & sapphire George Tzavellas, also rendered Giorgos Tzavellas, Yiorgos Tzavellas, or Yorgos Javellas (Greek: , 1916, Athens October 18, 1976), was a Greek film director, screenwriter, and playwright. His filmmaking was particularly influential, with critic Georges Sadoul considering him "one of the three major postwar Greek directors" (along with Michael Cacoyannis and Nikos Koundouros). Tzavellas wrote at least 26 plays, in addition to writing the scripts for all of his films. Among his notable films are Marinos Kontaras (1948), the drama O methystakas (1950), and Antigone (1961), a cinematic adaptation of the Sophocles tragedy. His adaptation of Antigone reimagined it in the language of realist cinema, omitting stylized elements of Greek stageplay such as the chorus, and attempting to convey the same information via setting and dialogue. In 1964 he was a member of the jury at the 14th Berlin International Film Festival. His masterpiece, however, is the 1955 film The Counterfeit Coin (I klpiki lra), a film in four parts, linking the stories of several people through their transactions of a single counterfeit gold coin. ------ 11. The Maggies, Magazine Cover Awards of lily & sapphire The Maggies is a national poll to celebrate and award the best magazine covers of the past year. Initiated by online magazine and newspaper subscription company, iSUBSCRiBE, The Maggies aim to raise the profile of the entire magazine industry. Originally started in the UK in September 2009, the Maggie Awards were also launched in Australia and New Zealand in June 2010. The Maggies recognize those covers that resonate most strongly with the general public, encapsulate the passion of the subject matter, capture the spirit of the previous year and provoke the most debate. Hello! magazine in the UK referred to the Awards as .the magazine industrys answer to The Oscars. A panel of magazine industry heavyweights are picked for the panel of judges who shortlist the nominated covers, selecting five titles per category, which are then put to public vote via The Maggies website. ------ 12. Alliance (Chile) of lily & sapphire The Alliance (Spanish: Alianza), previously known as Alliance for Chile (Spanish: Alianza por Chile), was a coalition of right-wing Chilean political parties. The Alliance was replaced between 2009 and 2012 by the Coalition for Change. After the 2012 municipal elections, the coalition returned to its original name. In 2015 was replaced with Chile Vamos. It included the National Renewal (Renovacin Nacional, RN) and the Independent Democratic Union (Unin Democrtica Independiente, UDI). In the past it has included the National Party, the regional Party of the South (Partido del Sur) and the Union of the Centrist Center (Unin de Centro Centro, UCC), all of which are now defunct. Major leaders of the Alliance have included Jovino Novoa (UDI), Pablo Longueira (UDI), Jaime Guzmn (UDI), Joaqun Lavn (UDI), Sebastin Piera (RN), Lily Prez (RN), Andrs Allamand (RN), Sergio Onofre Jarpa (RN), and Sergio Romero (RN). ------ 13. Early life of lily & sapphire Andrews was born and raised in the Liverpool suburb of Fazakerley, She is the daughter of a hairdresser and a police officer. She was educated at the Convent of Notre-Dame at Everton Valley where she did not excel at English but had a passion for history and literature, eventually earning 5 O-levels. She then trained as short-hand typist at a well-rated commercial college in Colquitt Street. After graduating she became a secretary at the Lily Cups company in Aintree and married her husband Robert, a policeman from Fazakerley. At that time she was living in Fazakerley. Andrews remembers, "In those days I never did any writing at all. I didn't want to be a writer." She quit her job after about three years at Lily Cups when she became pregnant. Giving birth to triplets, a daughter Helen and two sons Paul and Keith, she raised her family and started to publish novels.
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1. Secret Garden Party of lily & sapphire The Secret Garden Party, often colloquially shortened to SGP, was an annual independent arts and music festival which took place in Abbots Ripton near Huntingdon in England. This location is on part of the grounds of a Georgian farm house and has its own lakes, river and landscaped gardens. The festival was launched by Fred Fellowes and James Whewell in 2004 as an alternative to the established mainstream music festivals. Since its inception the festival has increased in popularity and size, and has grown from one stage and 1,000 visitors in 2004, to more than 15 stages and 26,000 revellers in 2011. In March 2017, it was announced that the 2017 edition would be the last. The Secret Garden Party supports The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM), which aims to prevent male suicide in the United Kingdom. ------ 2. Edward Barnard and Sons of lily & sapphire Edward Barnard and Sons was a firm of British silversmiths. They created the Lily font, a large silver gilt baptismal font used in the christening services of members of the British Royal family. The company's origins date back to about 1680, when the silversmith Anthony Nelme (d. 1722) established a firm in Ave Maria Lane, London. Edward Barnard (d. 1855) was first manager and in 1829 became the proprietor, trading as Edward Barnard & Sons, with his sons Edward Barnard (d. 1868), John Barnard and William Barnard (d. 1851). In 1838, they moved to Angel Street, London. The Lily font was commissioned by Queen Victoria from Edward Barnard and Sons, for the christening of her first child, Victoria, Princess Royal on 10 February 1840, her parents' first wedding anniversary. In 1898, they moved to Fetter Lane, and in 1920, to Hatton Garden, London. In 1977, they became a subsidiary of Padgett & Braham, and closed in 2003. ------ 3. Raul Usupov of lily & sapphire Raul Usupov (Georgian: / Raul Usupovi; Azeri: Raul Yusupov) (1980 February 3, 2005) was a politician in the nation of Georgia and deputy governor of Kvemo Kartli region. He was born in the village of Karajala, near Telavi, Kakheti, to Azeri parents - Yashar and Lily Usupov. At the age of 20, he moved to Tbilisi, where he got married and had a daughter. He later joined Georgia's United National Movement, then led by Zurab Zhvania (who later became Georgia's Prime Minister). He became a close friend of Zhvania and it was in Usupov's flat in Tbilisi that the two men were found dead in the early hours of the morning of 3 February 2005, apparently as a result of a natural gas leak, and with "no sign of foul play", according to Georgian authorities and FBI officers. ------ 4. Smith Curtis of lily & sapphire Smith Curtis (November 16, 1855 August 28, 1949) was a lawyer and political figure. He represented West Kootenay-Rossland in the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia from 1900 to 1903. He was born in Leeds township, Leeds County, Ontario, the son of Northrup Curtis, and was educated in Ontario. Curtis was called to the Manitoba bar in 1885 and to the British Columbia bar in 1886. He later became involved in mining. In 1890, he married Lily E. Mills. Curtis practised law in Portage la Prairie, Manitoba in partnership with Joseph Martin. In 1886, he served on the town council for Portage la Prairie. Curtis served in the short-lived Martin cabinet of 1900 as Minister of Mines, even though he did not hold a seat in the assembly at the time. He died in Kamloops. ------ 5. Administration of lily & sapphire As a commune, Olmu is a third-level administrative division of Chile administered by a communal council, headed by an alcalde who is directly elected every four years. The current alcalde is Macarena Santelices Caas (Ind./Pro-UDI)elected 2012. The communal council has the following members: Lus Alberto Crdova Gonzlez (Ind./Pro-UDI) Sonia Muoz Urrutia (PDC) lvaro Zamora Prez (PS) Abelardo Campos Cordero (RN) Leonel Gmez rdenes (PRSD) Ramn Donoso Alvarado (UDI)Within the electoral divisions of Chile, Olmu is represented in the Chamber of Deputies by Mr. Marcelo Schilling (PS) and Mr. Arturo Squella (UDI) as part of the 12th electoral district, (together with Limache, Villa Alemana and Quilpu). The commune is represented in the Senate by Ignacio Walker Prieto (PDC) and Lily Prez San Martn (RN) as part of the 5th senatorial constituency (Valparaso-Cordillera). ------ 6. Three Angels and Young Tobias of lily & sapphire Three Archangels with Young Tobias is a painting by the Italian Renaissance painter Filippino Lippi, dated 1485. It is housed in the Galleria Sabauda of Turin. On the background of a rocky landscape, resembling that of the London Adoration of the Magi, the picture represents the three archangels: Michael on the left, Raphael in the centre, and Gabriel holding a lily, together with a young Tobias, son of Tobit. The scene is clearly inspired by a Voyage of Tobias by Francesco Botticini, once in the Florentine church of Florence and now in the Uffizi, while the angels resemble those painted by Filippino himself in the Liberation of St. Peter in the Brancacci Chapel. The work was once attributed to Sandro Botticelli or his workshop. ------ 7. People of lily & sapphire Given nameKuno II von Falkenstein (13201388), Archbishop of Trier Kuno Becker (born 1978), Mexican actor Kuno-Hans von Both (18841955), German military commander Kuno Fischer (18241907), German philosopher and historian Kuno Francke (18551930), German-American historian Kuno Goda, German artist Kuno Gonschior (19332010), German painter Kuno Kltzer (19222011), German football coach Kuno von Klebelsberg (18751932), Hungarian politician Kuno Lorenz (born 1932), German philosopher Kuno Meyer (18581919), German linguist Kuno von Meyer (19132010), German military commander Kuno von Moltke (18471923), German military commander Kuno Pajula (19242012), Estonian clergyman Kuno Veeber (18981929), Estonian painter Kuno von Westarp (18641945), German politicianSurnameAyaka Kuno (born 1987), Japanese sprint canoer Hisashi Kuno (19101969), Japanese geologist Junya Kuno (born 1988), Japanese football player Katsura Kuno Makiko Kuno (born 1967), Japanese actress Misaki Kuno (born 1993), Japanese actress and voice actress Seiichi Kuno (18871962), Japanese military commander Susumu Kuno (born 1933), Japanese linguist Tomoaki Kuno (born 1973), Japanese football player ------ 8. Lilium medeoloides of lily & sapphire Lilium medeoloides is an East Asian herb in the lily family. It is native to Zhejiang Province in China, Jeju-do in Korea, and eastern Russia (Kamchatka, Kuril Islands, Sakhalin), where it grows in forests and on grassy and rocky subalpine areas. It is stem rooting and sports lanceolate stalkless leaves about 12 cm long which are arranged in one or two whorls on the lower part of the stem with odd leaves on the upper part of the stem. The stem is hollow. The plant produces short racemes on which are up to 10 scentless, apricot to orange-red, Turk's-cap style flowers of 4.5 cm with dark spots and purple anthers. The whole plant grows to 4080 cm. The name Kurumayuri can be translated as "Lily with wheels". formerly includedLilium medeoloides var. obovatum Franch. & Sav., now called Lilium hansonii Leichtlin ex D.D.T.Moore ------ 9. Amancay of lily & sapphire Amancay or Amankay is a common name of Quechua origin. Yurak amankay (Quechua for 'white lily') was occasionally used as a title, with the addition of several more, when referring to the most respected noble ladies of the Inca Empire. The original denomination for the city of Abancay, capital of the Apurimac region in Peru, is attributed to a princess or "usta" of Inca epoch called Amanqay. In essence, the word Abancay comes from a corruption of the Quechua "Hamanqay o Amancaes" (Hemenocallis longipetala). Amancay may refer to several plants: Alstroemeria, which is commonly called Peruvian Lily or Lily of the Incas, in South America, especially Alstroemeria pelegrina Alstroemeria fiebrigiana Alstroemeria aurantiaca Alstroemeria patagonica Lagerstroemia species, which are often called "Amancay" in cultivation. Ismene amancaes, which is called Peruvian daffodil or Amancae ------ 10. List of accolades received by of lily & sapphire Nashville received numerous awards and nominations from various critical organizations, including major institutions such as the Academy Awards, Golden Globes, and British Academy Film Awards, as well as regional critical associations. The film was nominated for a total of 11 Golden Globe nominations, to date the most ever received by one film. It also received four Golden Globe nominations in a single acting category; this was and remains unprecedented for major film award shows. It won a BAFTA Film Award for Best Sound Track. Altman won for best director from: Cartagena Film Festival; Kansas City Film Critics Circle Awards; National Board of Review; National Society of Film Critics Awards; and the New York Film Critics Circle Awards. Lily Tomlin was awarded the New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting Actress. ------ 11. The Maggies, Magazine Cover Awards of lily & sapphire The Maggies is a national poll to celebrate and award the best magazine covers of the past year. Initiated by online magazine and newspaper subscription company, iSUBSCRiBE, The Maggies aim to raise the profile of the entire magazine industry. Originally started in the UK in September 2009, the Maggie Awards were also launched in Australia and New Zealand in June 2010. The Maggies recognize those covers that resonate most strongly with the general public, encapsulate the passion of the subject matter, capture the spirit of the previous year and provoke the most debate. Hello! magazine in the UK referred to the Awards as .the magazine industrys answer to The Oscars. A panel of magazine industry heavyweights are picked for the panel of judges who shortlist the nominated covers, selecting five titles per category, which are then put to public vote via The Maggies website. ------ 12. Description of lily & sapphire The Calochortus clavatus lily produces tall stems up to 1 metre (3.3 ft) in height and only basal leaves. Atop the stem is a lily bloom with sepals up to 4 centimeters long. The petals are up to 5 centimeters long and yellow with a darker line or series of bands near the base, which are often red. The cup of the flower is filled with hairs which have clubbed ends. The anthers are often deep purple. The capsule fruit is up to 9 centimeters long. VarietiesVarieties of Calochortus clavatus include: Calochortus clavatus var. avius northwestern Sierra Nevada foothills Calochortus clavatus var. clavatus Calochortus clavatus var. gracilis slender Mariposa lily; western Transverse Ranges (San Gabriels, Santa Susanas, Santa Monicas, & Simi Hills.) Calochortus clavatus var. pallidus Calochortus clavatus var. recurvifolius Arroyo de la Cruz mariposa lily; southern outer Coast Range north of Arroyo de la Cruz Piedras Blancos, San Luis Obispo County. ------ 13. Lily Schreyer of lily & sapphire Lily Schreyer, CC (born Lily Schulz) (born c. 1938) is a former Viceregal consort of Canada, as the wife of former Manitoba premier and Governor General Edward Schreyer. They married June 30, 1960 and had two daughters, Lisa and Karmel, and two sons, Jason and Toban. She has been involved with Girl Guides of Canada, UNICEF and other charitable organizations. She and her husband were made Companions of the Order of Canada in 1979. She has shown concern for issues related to the physically disabled. As Chatelaine of Rideau Hall she had an accessible entrance and an elevator installed, and suggested the Fountain of Hope, dedicated to Terry Fox, which stands in front of the main entrance. Lily Schreyer is the sponsor of the CCGS Amundsen. Her father, Jacob Schulz, was a Co-operative Commonwealth Federation Member of Parliament. ------ 14. Thore Ehrling of lily & sapphire Thore Ehrling (December 29, 1912, Stockholm - October 21, 1994, Stockholm) was a Swedish trumpeter, composer, and bandleader, who led jazz and popular music ensembles. Ehrling played with Frank Vernon's ensemble from 1930 to 1934, and concomitantly studied at the Royal Swedish Academy of Music. From 1935 to 1938 he played under Hkan von Eichwald and did arrangement and composition work on the side. He founded his own ensemble in 1938, which grew to big band size in the nineteen years it was active. This group played popular music and jazz, recorded frequently, and played often on Swedish radio. The group featured many sidemen who went on to become prominent on the Swedish jazz scene, such as Uffe Baadh and Carl-Henrik Norin, and accompanied popular Swedish singers such as Inger Berggren and Lily Berglund.
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1. Hosts of lily & sapphire Alex Amado Alwien Raidene Lacanilao Anya Benitez Arthur Anthony Cipriano Atom Araullo Byron Abao Carlo Mendoza Chiyomi Rances Chuck Grey Chynna Ortaleza Diego Maranan Eliza Agabin Enzo Marcos Frances Fleta Giancarlo Hilario Giggles Arceo Ian Tugas Jennifer Cremen Jessica Gallegos Jolly Estaris John Laurence Patulan Joseton Vergel de Dios Josh Matic Justine de Jesus Kai de Veyra Krianne Maniego Lily Anne Casimiro Luigi Exconde Luz Yballe Maureen Araneta Maxene Magalona Melvin Abundo Nicai de Guzman Nina Serquina Nina Torres Oly Fernando Pamela Cajilig Paolo Olbes Patrick da Silva Phoebe Cabaluna Rayver Cruz Rex Sayson Rodjun Cruz Rookie Camaclang Rupert Eustaquio Satin Abad Tin Tin Leones Veronica Dorotheo Wilroy Dilao Xavi Gonzalez Zak Yuson ------ 2. Loveless (surname) of lily & sapphire Loveless is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: April Loveless, the 4-year-old Texas girl whose parents (Debbie Tucker Loveless and John Harvey Miller) were convicted of her 1989 murder, then later exonerated Bruce Loveless, U.S. Naval Intelligence, Director of Intelligence Operations, NAVINT, and a central figure in a corruption scandal Bob Loveless, notable knifemaker Dr. Loveless, recurring fictional character in TV series The Wild Wild West, portrayed by Michael Dunn James and George Loveless, two of the Tolpuddle Martyrs Lily Loveless, British actress Lydia Loveless, American country singer Melinda Loveless (born 1975), one of the perpetrators of the torture-murder of Shanda Sharer Patty Loveless, American country singer Shane Loveless, Australian rules footballer ------ 3. Thore Ehrling of lily & sapphire Thore Ehrling (December 29, 1912, Stockholm - October 21, 1994, Stockholm) was a Swedish trumpeter, composer, and bandleader, who led jazz and popular music ensembles. Ehrling played with Frank Vernon's ensemble from 1930 to 1934, and concomitantly studied at the Royal Swedish Academy of Music. From 1935 to 1938 he played under Hkan von Eichwald and did arrangement and composition work on the side. He founded his own ensemble in 1938, which grew to big band size in the nineteen years it was active. This group played popular music and jazz, recorded frequently, and played often on Swedish radio. The group featured many sidemen who went on to become prominent on the Swedish jazz scene, such as Uffe Baadh and Carl-Henrik Norin, and accompanied popular Swedish singers such as Inger Berggren and Lily Berglund. ------ 4. Secret Garden Party of lily & sapphire The Secret Garden Party, often colloquially shortened to SGP, was an annual independent arts and music festival which took place in Abbots Ripton near Huntingdon in England. This location is on part of the grounds of a Georgian farm house and has its own lakes, river and landscaped gardens. The festival was launched by Fred Fellowes and James Whewell in 2004 as an alternative to the established mainstream music festivals. Since its inception the festival has increased in popularity and size, and has grown from one stage and 1,000 visitors in 2004, to more than 15 stages and 26,000 revellers in 2011. In March 2017, it was announced that the 2017 edition would be the last. The Secret Garden Party supports The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM), which aims to prevent male suicide in the United Kingdom. ------ 5. People of lily & sapphire Given nameKuno II von Falkenstein (13201388), Archbishop of Trier Kuno Becker (born 1978), Mexican actor Kuno-Hans von Both (18841955), German military commander Kuno Fischer (18241907), German philosopher and historian Kuno Francke (18551930), German-American historian Kuno Goda, German artist Kuno Gonschior (19332010), German painter Kuno Kltzer (19222011), German football coach Kuno von Klebelsberg (18751932), Hungarian politician Kuno Lorenz (born 1932), German philosopher Kuno Meyer (18581919), German linguist Kuno von Meyer (19132010), German military commander Kuno von Moltke (18471923), German military commander Kuno Pajula (19242012), Estonian clergyman Kuno Veeber (18981929), Estonian painter Kuno von Westarp (18641945), German politicianSurnameAyaka Kuno (born 1987), Japanese sprint canoer Hisashi Kuno (19101969), Japanese geologist Junya Kuno (born 1988), Japanese football player Katsura Kuno Makiko Kuno (born 1967), Japanese actress Misaki Kuno (born 1993), Japanese actress and voice actress Seiichi Kuno (18871962), Japanese military commander Susumu Kuno (born 1933), Japanese linguist Tomoaki Kuno (born 1973), Japanese football player ------ 6. Awards and nominations of lily & sapphire On Selection List, Family Award for Children's Books for "Love from Grandma" 2011 Notable book, CBC for "Love from Grandma" 2011 Cool Award - Shortlist for "Lucy's Cat and the Rainbow Birds" 2008 CBC Book Awards, Early Childhood - Shortlist for "Playmates" 2003 Christian Schools Book Award for "The Fisherman and the Theefyspray" 1998 (winner) Wilderness Society Environment Award for "The Fisherman and the Theefyspray" 1994 (winner) Human Rights Award 1992 for "The Wolf" (winner) CBC Awards-Younger Readers-Shortlist for "The Wolf" 1992 Victorian Premiers Award-Shortlist for "Drac and the Gremlin" 1989 CBC Picture Book of the Year 1989 for "Drac and the Gremlin" (winner) Kate Greenaway Medal-Shortlist for "There's a Sea in my Bedroom"1985 CBC Picture Book Award - Shortlist for "There's a Sea in my Bedroom" 1985 Frequent Shortlistings for Yabba Awards. ------ 7. Music career of lily & sapphire Fowler was one of four female vocalists in the 1980s Australian pop music band, Chantoozies (198691), which also included David Reyne. The other three females were Tottie Goldsmith, Eve von Bibra and Angelica La Bozzetta. Their first single was a number-four hit with a cover version of "Witch Queen" (March 1987). The group had success with other singles including a number-six hit with "Wanna Be Up" (May 1988), and top 40 peaks for "He's Gonna Step on You Again" (June 1987, No. 36), "Kiss 'n' Tell" (August 1988, No. 25) and "Love the One You're With" (March 1991, No. 21). They also issued two albums, Chantoozies (September 1988, No. 8) and Gild the Lily (April 1991, No. 71). From 2012, Chantoozies have performed reunion gigs and released a single, "Baby It's You", in April 2014. ------ 8. Three Angels and Young Tobias of lily & sapphire Three Archangels with Young Tobias is a painting by the Italian Renaissance painter Filippino Lippi, dated 1485. It is housed in the Galleria Sabauda of Turin. On the background of a rocky landscape, resembling that of the London Adoration of the Magi, the picture represents the three archangels: Michael on the left, Raphael in the centre, and Gabriel holding a lily, together with a young Tobias, son of Tobit. The scene is clearly inspired by a Voyage of Tobias by Francesco Botticini, once in the Florentine church of Florence and now in the Uffizi, while the angels resemble those painted by Filippino himself in the Liberation of St. Peter in the Brancacci Chapel. The work was once attributed to Sandro Botticelli or his workshop. ------ 9. Smith Curtis of lily & sapphire Smith Curtis (November 16, 1855 August 28, 1949) was a lawyer and political figure. He represented West Kootenay-Rossland in the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia from 1900 to 1903. He was born in Leeds township, Leeds County, Ontario, the son of Northrup Curtis, and was educated in Ontario. Curtis was called to the Manitoba bar in 1885 and to the British Columbia bar in 1886. He later became involved in mining. In 1890, he married Lily E. Mills. Curtis practised law in Portage la Prairie, Manitoba in partnership with Joseph Martin. In 1886, he served on the town council for Portage la Prairie. Curtis served in the short-lived Martin cabinet of 1900 as Minister of Mines, even though he did not hold a seat in the assembly at the time. He died in Kamloops. ------ 10. Raul Usupov of lily & sapphire Raul Usupov (Georgian: / Raul Usupovi; Azeri: Raul Yusupov) (1980 February 3, 2005) was a politician in the nation of Georgia and deputy governor of Kvemo Kartli region. He was born in the village of Karajala, near Telavi, Kakheti, to Azeri parents - Yashar and Lily Usupov. At the age of 20, he moved to Tbilisi, where he got married and had a daughter. He later joined Georgia's United National Movement, then led by Zurab Zhvania (who later became Georgia's Prime Minister). He became a close friend of Zhvania and it was in Usupov's flat in Tbilisi that the two men were found dead in the early hours of the morning of 3 February 2005, apparently as a result of a natural gas leak, and with "no sign of foul play", according to Georgian authorities and FBI officers. ------ 11. List of accolades received by of lily & sapphire Nashville received numerous awards and nominations from various critical organizations, including major institutions such as the Academy Awards, Golden Globes, and British Academy Film Awards, as well as regional critical associations. The film was nominated for a total of 11 Golden Globe nominations, to date the most ever received by one film. It also received four Golden Globe nominations in a single acting category; this was and remains unprecedented for major film award shows. It won a BAFTA Film Award for Best Sound Track. Altman won for best director from: Cartagena Film Festival; Kansas City Film Critics Circle Awards; National Board of Review; National Society of Film Critics Awards; and the New York Film Critics Circle Awards. Lily Tomlin was awarded the New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting Actress. ------ 12. Chasmanthe of lily & sapphire Chasmanthe is a genus of flowering plants in the family Iridaceae, first described in 1932. It is endemic to Cape Province in South Africa. It is widely grown as an ornamental and naturalized in various locations. In their native habitat the flowers are pollinated by sunbirds. The genus name is derived from the Greek words chasme, meaning "gaping", and anthos, meaning "flower". SpeciesChasmanthe aethiopica (L.) N.E.Br. (Chasmanthe, Cobra Lily) - Cape Province; naturalized in Spain, Madeira, Canary Islands, Greek islands Chasmanthe bicolor (Gasp. ex Ten.) N.E.Br. - Cape Province; naturalized in California Chasmanthe floribunda (Salisb.) N.E.Br. (South African Cornflag, Pennants) - Cape Province; naturalized in California, Algeria, Australia, Argentina, St. Helena ------ 13. Political career of lily & sapphire He represented the Armagh constituency, and was first returned to the British House of Commons at the February 1974 general election. He was returned again in October 1974 and in the 1979 election. In 1982 he topped the poll in Armagh in the Assembly election. At the 1983 general election, McCusker was returned for the new seat of Upper Bann. Alongside other Unionist MPs, he resigned his seat in protest at the Anglo-Irish Agreement in 1985, in order to contest his seat again at the ensuing by-election. He was returned again at the 1987 general election, which was to prove his last he died of cancer in 1990, causing another by-election, which was won by future Ulster Unionist leader David Trimble. ------ 14. Bibliography of lily & sapphire Lena Kennedy grew up in Hoxton and attended Gospel Street school, leaving at fourteen to work in a tailoring factory. Her Father was Cornelius Erin Kennedy and her mother Margaret Murphy who were irish immigrants from Cork. On the 13th April l938 she married Frederick George Smith and they had two children. Her first novel was published when she was sixty four and she went on to write many best selling books. FictionMaggie (1979) Autumn Alley (1980) Kitty (1981) ISBN Nelly Kelly (1981) Lizzie (1983) Lady Penelope (1984) Susan (1985) Lily, My Lovely (1985) Down Our Street (1987) Dandelion Seed (1988) Eve's Apples (1989) Inn on the Marsh (1989) Owen Oliver (1990) Kate of Clyve Shore (collection) (1992) Ivy of the Angel (collection) 1993) Queenie's Castle (1994)Autobiographical worksAway to the Woods: The Autobiography of Lena Kennedy (1995) ------ 15. Gerald Wellesley of lily & sapphire Gerald Valerian Wellesley (1809 17 September 1882) was a Church of England cleric who became the Dean of Windsor. More importantly, he was domestic chaplain to Queen Victoria and played a major advisory role regarding the royal family's personal affairs. He was one of the Queen's chief confidants and often served as an intermediary in her problems and conflicts. In Church appointments he was sensitive to the Queen's preferences: he avoided recommending the appointment of either High Churchmen or teetotallers. He tried to identify and place clergymen who were also high status gentlemen in key parish churches. He was politically nonpartisan, but was a friend of William Gladstone. He played a prominent advisory role in the ministerial crisis of 1880. ------ 16. Brayton, New South Wales of lily & sapphire Brayton is a locality in the Southern Tablelands of New South Wales, Australia, in the Upper Lachlan Shire. At the 2016 census, it had a population of 173. It was formerly known as Longreach, the name of a property granted to Peter Stuckey in the mid-1820s. The house he built with convict labour is made of sandstone from the area. Further information is in Early Colonial Houses of New South Wales by Rachel Roxburgh. Its name was changed to avoid confusion with the Queensland town of Longreach and apparently named after Lily Brayton, an English actress and singer. It had a public school from 1859 to 1953. This includes periods when it was closed or operated as a "half-time" school.
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1. Hosts of lily & sapphire Alex Amado Alwien Raidene Lacanilao Anya Benitez Arthur Anthony Cipriano Atom Araullo Byron Abao Carlo Mendoza Chiyomi Rances Chuck Grey Chynna Ortaleza Diego Maranan Eliza Agabin Enzo Marcos Frances Fleta Giancarlo Hilario Giggles Arceo Ian Tugas Jennifer Cremen Jessica Gallegos Jolly Estaris John Laurence Patulan Joseton Vergel de Dios Josh Matic Justine de Jesus Kai de Veyra Krianne Maniego Lily Anne Casimiro Luigi Exconde Luz Yballe Maureen Araneta Maxene Magalona Melvin Abundo Nicai de Guzman Nina Serquina Nina Torres Oly Fernando Pamela Cajilig Paolo Olbes Patrick da Silva Phoebe Cabaluna Rayver Cruz Rex Sayson Rodjun Cruz Rookie Camaclang Rupert Eustaquio Satin Abad Tin Tin Leones Veronica Dorotheo Wilroy Dilao Xavi Gonzalez Zak Yuson ------ 2. Music career of lily & sapphire Fowler was one of four female vocalists in the 1980s Australian pop music band, Chantoozies (198691), which also included David Reyne. The other three females were Tottie Goldsmith, Eve von Bibra and Angelica La Bozzetta. Their first single was a number-four hit with a cover version of "Witch Queen" (March 1987). The group had success with other singles including a number-six hit with "Wanna Be Up" (May 1988), and top 40 peaks for "He's Gonna Step on You Again" (June 1987, No. 36), "Kiss 'n' Tell" (August 1988, No. 25) and "Love the One You're With" (March 1991, No. 21). They also issued two albums, Chantoozies (September 1988, No. 8) and Gild the Lily (April 1991, No. 71). From 2012, Chantoozies have performed reunion gigs and released a single, "Baby It's You", in April 2014. ------ 3. 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."). ------ 4. 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. Syse. ------ 5. Political career of lily & sapphire He represented the Armagh constituency, and was first returned to the British House of Commons at the February 1974 general election. He was returned again in October 1974 and in the 1979 election. In 1982 he topped the poll in Armagh in the Assembly election. At the 1983 general election, McCusker was returned for the new seat of Upper Bann. Alongside other Unionist MPs, he resigned his seat in protest at the Anglo-Irish Agreement in 1985, in order to contest his seat again at the ensuing by-election. He was returned again at the 1987 general election, which was to prove his last he died of cancer in 1990, causing another by-election, which was won by future Ulster Unionist leader David Trimble. ------ 6. 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! ------ 7. Bibliography of lily & sapphire Lena Kennedy grew up in Hoxton and attended Gospel Street school, leaving at fourteen to work in a tailoring factory. Her Father was Cornelius Erin Kennedy and her mother Margaret Murphy who were irish immigrants from Cork. On the 13th April l938 she married Frederick George Smith and they had two children. Her first novel was published when she was sixty four and she went on to write many best selling books. FictionMaggie (1979) Autumn Alley (1980) Kitty (1981) ISBN Nelly Kelly (1981) Lizzie (1983) Lady Penelope (1984) Susan (1985) Lily, My Lovely (1985) Down Our Street (1987) Dandelion Seed (1988) Eve's Apples (1989) Inn on the Marsh (1989) Owen Oliver (1990) Kate of Clyve Shore (collection) (1992) Ivy of the Angel (collection) 1993) Queenie's Castle (1994)Autobiographical worksAway to the Woods: The Autobiography of Lena Kennedy (1995) ------ 8. Kirsha Southward of lily & sapphire Kirsha Southward (born 27 June 1992) is a British actress from Derbyshire. Kirsha made her name in My Parents are Aliens as Poppy Manning and The Royal as Charlotte. She currently lives in Derbyshire with her parents and attends a local school. She attends Scala Kids Performing Arts in Leeds, alongside Lily Jane Stead. On 1 December 2006 she played the part of Victoria Sugden and Kayleigh Gibbs's friend Jenny Albright in an episode of the ITV Soap Opera Emmerdale. She is close friends with Lily Jane Stead who plays Kayleigh on Emmerdale and also Isabel Hodgins who plays Victoria. She is interested in dancing and will soon be attending college to study Uniformed Services. ------ 9. 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". ------ 10. 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. ------ 11. Chasmanthe of lily & sapphire Chasmanthe is a genus of flowering plants in the family Iridaceae, first described in 1932. It is endemic to Cape Province in South Africa. It is widely grown as an ornamental and naturalized in various locations. In their native habitat the flowers are pollinated by sunbirds. The genus name is derived from the Greek words chasme, meaning "gaping", and anthos, meaning "flower". SpeciesChasmanthe aethiopica (L.) N.E.Br. (Chasmanthe, Cobra Lily) - Cape Province; naturalized in Spain, Madeira, Canary Islands, Greek islands Chasmanthe bicolor (Gasp. ex Ten.) N.E.Br. - Cape Province; naturalized in California Chasmanthe floribunda (Salisb.) N.E.Br. (South African Cornflag, Pennants) - Cape Province; naturalized in California, Algeria, Australia, Argentina, St. Helena ------ 12. 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 top 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. 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 ------ 13. 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. ------ 14. 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. ------ 15. 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. ------ 16. Loveless (surname) of lily & sapphire Loveless is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: April Loveless, the 4-year-old Texas girl whose parents (Debbie Tucker Loveless and John Harvey Miller) were convicted of her 1989 murder, then later exonerated Bruce Loveless, U.S. Naval Intelligence, Director of Intelligence Operations, NAVINT, and a central figure in a corruption scandal Bob Loveless, notable knifemaker Dr. Loveless, recurring fictional character in TV series The Wild Wild West, portrayed by Michael Dunn James and George Loveless, two of the Tolpuddle Martyrs Lily Loveless, British actress Lydia Loveless, American country singer Melinda Loveless (born 1975), one of the perpetrators of the torture-murder of Shanda Sharer Patty Loveless, American country singer Shane Loveless, Australian rules footballer ------ 17. Brayton, New South Wales of lily & sapphire Brayton is a locality in the Southern Tablelands of New South Wales, Australia, in the Upper Lachlan Shire. At the 2016 census, it had a population of 173. It was formerly known as Longreach, the name of a property granted to Peter Stuckey in the mid-1820s. The house he built with convict labour is made of sandstone from the area. Further information is in Early Colonial Houses of New South Wales by Rachel Roxburgh. Its name was changed to avoid confusion with the Queensland town of Longreach and apparently named after Lily Brayton, an English actress and singer. It had a public school from 1859 to 1953. This includes periods when it was closed or operated as a "half-time" school. ------ 18. Gerald Wellesley of lily & sapphire Gerald Valerian Wellesley (1809 17 September 1882) was a Church of England cleric who became the Dean of Windsor. More importantly, he was domestic chaplain to Queen Victoria and played a major advisory role regarding the royal family's personal affairs. He was one of the Queen's chief confidants and often served as an intermediary in her problems and conflicts. In Church appointments he was sensitive to the Queen's preferences: he avoided recommending the appointment of either High Churchmen or teetotallers. He tried to identify and place clergymen who were also high status gentlemen in key parish churches. He was politically nonpartisan, but was a friend of William Gladstone. He played a prominent advisory role in the ministerial crisis of 1880.
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