1. Critical response of lily & sapphire
Donna Bowman of the A.V.
Club gave the episode a B, stating that Marshall and Lily's story inter-cutting with Kevin and Robin's made it a "return to form" after the disappointment of the previous episode. Alan Sepinwall of Hitfix.com said Robin's breakup with Kevin and Ted's admission of feelings for her is part of Victoria's warning at the end of "Ducky Tie" coming true.
Ethan Alter of Television Without Pity gave the episode a C, stating that he dreaded the consequences of Ted's confession to Robin for the rest of the season. Audience reviews were reported to be similarly negative, with criticism levelled at the way Ted still had feelings for Robin after 152 episodes despite the pilot explicitly stating that there was no future for them.
Lily Brooks O'Briant of lily & sapphire
Lily Brooks O'Briant (born July 10, 2006) is an American child actress and singer. She plays the role of Mandy Wight on the Netflix series, The Big Show Show. O'Briant began her career playing Matilda in the Broadway production of the same name and also starred alongside Dolph Lundgren in the 2015 film, Shark Lake.
O'Briant's played the lead role in the short film, Marina. She received multiple awards for the portrayal of Marina, winning a Wasserman Award and a New York City Independent Film Festival award. She has since starred as Young Dot in Amazon's The Tick, before appearing on the main cast of Netflix's The Big Show Show in 2020.
3. Biography of lily & sapphire
Sarah Lotz was born in Wolverhampton, England. She left home as a teenager and briefly lived in Paris and Israel before settling in South Africa, where she lived for about twenty years, working as a writer and artist.
She married but the marriage ended in divorce. She received an honours degree in English at the University of Cape Town. In 2015 she returned to live in the UK.
Lotz publishes under her own name and a number of pseudonyms. She is, with author Louis Greenberg, the urban horror novelist S.L Grey, with her daughter Savannah Lotz she is Lily Herne and she is Helena S.
Paige when she writes with Helen Moffett and Paige Nick. Lotz is published by Hodder and Little, Brown. She lives in Cape Town and Shropshire, UK.
4. Nari (Korean name) of lily & sapphire
Nari, also spelled Naree, is a Korean feminine given name. Unlike most Korean names, which are composed of two Sino-Korean roots each written with one hanja, "Nari" is an indigenous Korean name: a single word meaning "lily".
It is one of a number of such indigenous names which became more popular in South Korea in the late 20th century. People with this name include: Naomi Nari Nam (born 1985), American figure skater of Korean descent Na Ry (born 1985), South Korean beauty pageant winner Naree Song (born 1986), South Korean golfer Park Na-ri (born 1988), South Korean swimmer Kim Na-ri (born 1990), South Korean tennis player Kim Na-ri (born 1992), South Korean singer, member of Wassup Jong Na-ri, North Korean swimmer, bronze medalist in synchronized swimming at the 2014 Asian Games
5. Lily Chan of lily & sapphire
Lily Chan, a Chinese singer in Hong Kong.
She was born and grew up in Guangzhou. Chan's musical talent was discovered by her choir teacher. By age 10, Chan started recording in the studio and has won numerous singing awards including Champion of the National Childrens New Song Competition, the gold prize for solo song in the Guangzhhou Childrens Art Flower Show etc.
By age 16, she gave performances on an international tour in Beijing, Hong Kong, Macau, and Malaysia. Since making her debut when she was just 19, she has already released ten albums, which were consistently ranked among the top 10 Hi-Fi albums of the year in Hong Kong. Her on-stage elegance and her sweet, mellow voice earned her the nickname Queen of Hi-Fi.
6. Ola Hermundsen Berge of lily & sapphire
Ola Hermundsen Berge (31 December 1768 28 December 1825) was a Norwegian folk artist and rose painter. Berge was born at Sr-Aurdal in Oppland, Norway.
He received training for his folk art in the traditional region of Valdres. A common feature of his work are elongated S-shaped lily leaves that grow from the same starting point. He painted chests, doors, cabinets as well as interiors of churches.
His first major work was the decor of Aurdal Church (Aurdal kirke) and Skrautvl Church (Skrautvl Kirke) from 1795. He also decorated the walls of Ulnes Church (Ulnes Kirke) with large murals and decorated the altar of Lomen Stave Church (Lomen gamle kirke).
Publications of lily & sapphire
As illustratorThe Storm Whale, written by Sarah Brennan (Allen & Unwin) (2017) Lucys Cat and the Rainbow Birds, written by Anthony Hill (Penguin Books) (2007) The Fisherman and the Theefyspray written by Paul Jennings (Penguin Books) (1994) The Wolf, written by Margaret Barbalet (Penguin Books) (1991) Making Lunch, written by Frances James (Macmillan) (1989) Drac and the Gremlin, written by Allan Baillie (Penguin Books) (1988) Theres a Sea in My Bedroom, written by Margaret Wild (Penguin Books) (1984) Time for a Rhyme, with Marjory Gardner and Heather Philpot (Thomas Nelson) (1982)As author/illustratorLily and the Fairy House (Penguin Books) (2012) Love from Grandma" (Penguin Books) (2010) Just Jack (Penguin Books) (2008) Ride with Me (Penguin Books) (2006) Isabellas Secret (Penguin Books) (2004) Playmates (Penguin Books) (2002) Nikis Walk (wordless picture book, Thomas Nelson) (1987)As editorSandy's Shadow by Garry Hurle (Omnibus Books) (1994)
8. Kalimpong Girls' High School of lily & sapphire
Kalimpong Girls' High School is an all girls' school, affiliated under the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Examination boarding school located in the hill town of Kalimpong in the district of Darjeeling, West Bengal, India. It was founded in 1890 and will be celebrating its 125th year of existence (tercentenary) in 2015.
GHS (as it is commonly referred to), is run under the Diocese of the Eastern Himalayas (C.N.I).
Kalimpong Girls' High School is affiliated to the WBCHSE Board, West Bengal, and is listed at index number 28 of the Higher Secondary Schools in Darjeeling District. KGHS offers the streams, Arts, Commerce & Science at the Higher Secondary Level. It provides education from classes nursery to XII with boarding facilities.
9. Ours (singer) of lily & sapphire
Charles Souchon better known as Ours (born in 1978 at Boulogne-Billancourt, France) is a French singer and songwriter. He is the second son of Alain Souchon and the younger brother of singer Pierre Souchon.
He released his first album Mi in 2007 and in 2011 the album El. In October 2009 he sang a duet with Lily Allen to generate the French version of her song 22 which was called "22 (Vingt Deux)". The duet was included on the single distributed in France and was also present on the Paris Live Session.
He supported Zazie and Michel Jonasz during their 2007 tours. His 2008 music video "Quand Nina est saoule" was filmed with the American actress Nora Zehetner.
Stockman (surname) of lily & sapphire
Stockman is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Billy Stockman Tjapaltjarri (19272015), Australian artist David Stockman (born 1946), former US Representative and Director of the Office of Management and Budget Farah Stockman (born 1974), American journalist Gerald R. Stockman (born 1934), American politician Harry Stockman (19191994), American racing driver Hayley Stockman (born 1985), New Zealand netball player Jacques Stockman (19382013), Belgian football player Lily Stockman (born 1982), American artist and writer Lowell Stockman (19011962), former US Representative Phil Stockman (born 1980), British baseball player Ralph Stockman Tarr (18641912), American geographer Ren Stockman (born 1954), Belgian religious leader Ron Stockman (born 1934), Australian football player Sam Stockman (born 1982), British actor Shawn Stockman (born 1972), American singer Steve Stockman (born 1956), former US Representative
DescriptionConstruction and career of lily & sapphire
Lily had a length at the gundeck of 100Â feet 6Â inches (30.6Â m) and 78Â feet 9Â inches (24.0Â m) at the keel.
She had a beam of 32Â feet 6Â inches (9.9Â m), a draught of 12Â feet 4Â inches (3.8Â m) and a depth of hold of 15Â feet 3Â inches (4.
6Â m). The ship's tonnage was 432 1794 tons burthen. The Racer class was armed with a pair of 9-pounder (or 18-pounder) cannon and fourteen 32-pounder carronades.
The ships had a crew of 120 officers and ratings. Lily, the fifth ship of her name to serve in the Royal Navy, was ordered on 10 July 1832, laid down in December 1835 at Pembroke Dockyard, Wales, and launched on 29 September 1837. She was completed on 12 March 1838 at Plymouth Dockyard and commissioned on 15 December 1837.
12. Underplayed of lily & sapphire
Underplayed is a 2020 Canadian documentary film, directed by Stacey Lee. The film profiles various women in electronic music, centring in large part on their struggles to be taken as seriously as male counterparts during the 2019 music festival season due to continued gender inequality in the music business.
Artists profiled in the film include Rezz, Nervo, Nightwave, Sherelle, Tygapaw, Tokimonsta and Alison Wonderland. It also contextualizes the broader history of women in electronic music, including information about pioneers such as Delia Derbyshire, Suzanne Ciani and Daphne Oram. The film premiered on April 15, 2020 at the Tribeca Film Festival, and had its Canadian premiere at the 2020 Toronto International Film Festival on September 19.
Its Toronto screening, at Ontario Place's OLG Play stage, was followed by a DJ set by Rezz.
13. What Are We Doing Here?
of lily & sapphire
What Are We Doing Here? (French: Quest-ce quon fait iciÂ ?) is a Canadian drama film, directed by Julie Hivon and released in 2014.
The film centres on a group of friends in their 20s whose lives are shattered when one of them, Yan (Frdric Millaire-Zouvi), dies in a car accident. The film stars Charles-Alexandre Dub as Simon, Jolle Par Beaulieu as Roxanne, Maxime Dumontier as Max, Sophie Desmarais as Lily, Marie-Soleil Dion as Rosalie, and Guylaine Tremblay as Roxanne's mother Nicole. The film was shot in 2013, primarily in Saint-Amable and Granby, Quebec.
Par-Beaulieu received a Jutra Award nomination for Best Actress at the 17th Jutra Awards.
14. Lily Beaurepaire of lily & sapphire
Lilian De Beaurepaire (15 September 1892 - 24 November 1979), also known by her married name Lilian Clarke, was an Australian swimmer and diver.
She competed at the 1920 Summer Olympics in the 100-metre and 400-mete freestyle and plain high diving, but failed to reach the finals. Her brother Frank Beaurepaire was an Olympic swimmer. She was the daughter of Francis Edmund de Beaurepaire, sailor, tram-conductor, trader, and (later) hotel proprietor, and his wife Mary Edith, ne Inman.
In 1936, she married Herbert Clarke. The Lillian Beaurepaire Memorial Swimming Pool on the Lorne foreshore was opened by Melbourne City Councillor Ian Beaurepaire CMG in December 1967. For many years she was Lorne's only lifesaver.
She died on 24 November 1979 at Chesterfield Private Hospital, Geelong.
15. Bibliography of lily & sapphire
The White Empress (1989) The Sisters O'Donnell (1990) Liverpool Lou (1991) Ellan Vannin (1991) The Leaving of Liverpool (1992) Maggie May (1993) Mist Over the Mersey (1994) Mersey Blues (1995) Liverpool Lamplight (1996) Liverpool Songbird (1996) From this day forth (1997) Where the Mersey Flows (1997) Angels of Mercy (1998) When Tomorrow Dawns (1998) The Ties That Bind (1999) Take These Broken Wings (1999) My Sister's Child (2000) The House on Lonely Street (2001) Love and a Promise (2002) A Wing and a Prayer (2002) When Daylight Comes (2003) Across a Summer Sea (2003) A Mother's Love (2004) Every Mother's Son (2005) Friends Forever (2005) Far from Home (2006) Days of Hope (2008) A Daughter's Journey (2008) A Secret in the Family (2009) To Love and to Cherish (2010) Beyond a Misty Shore (2011) The Liverpool Matchgirl (2018)
Whitney Kershaw of lily & sapphire
Whitney Kershaw (born April 10, 1962) is an American singer and actress, best known for her roles on television. Her most well known role was that of Merilee Gunderson during the first season of Major Dad in 1989 and 1990. Kershaw originated the role of Sillabub in the Broadway production of Cats.
Additional television credits include Something Wilder, The Wonder Years, Valerie, Jake and the Fatman, Longarm, Simon & Simon, L.A. Law, Hunter, Quicksilver, A Letter to Three Wives, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, HeartBeat, Covenant, Two Fathers' Justice and Knots Landing and for singing the closing theme song for Big Blue Marble, a mid-1970s syndicated children's TV program produced by her father, Robert Wiemer.
She is married to Glenn Kershaw and her eldest daughter Lily is a singer-songwriter based in Los Angeles.