1. Tofieldia pusilla of lily & sapphire
Tofieldia pusilla is a flowering plant of the genus Tofieldia in the family Tofieldiaceae. It is also sometimes classified in the lily family, Liliaceae.
Its common name is Scottish asphodel in Europe, and Scotch false asphodel in North America. The plant is native to northern North America and parts of Eurasia, its circumpolar distribution extending across Canada and the northern United States to Greenland, Iceland and northern Europe.
Lily May Ledford of lily & sapphire
Lily May Ledford (March 17, 1917 July 14, 1985) was an American clawhammer banjo and fiddle player. After gaining regional radio fame in the 1940s and 1950s as head of the Coon Creek Girls, one of the first all-female string bands to appear on radio, Ledford went on to gain national renown as a solo artist during the American folk music revival of the 1960s. In 1985, she was awarded a National Heritage Fellowship.
3. Carissa Putri of lily & sapphire
Carissa Putri Sulaiman (born September 12, 1984 is an Indonesian actress and model best known for her role as Maria Girgis in the romantic religious Indonesian hit film Ayat-Ayat Cinta (a.
k.a. Verses of Love) in 2008 and "The Tarix Jabrix" on the same year.
Carissa is the daughter of Ris Isa Soelaiman and Lily S.P., an Indonesian actress.
Carissa is of Malay-Indonesian-German-Dutch descent. Carissa attended Pelita Harapan University in Indonesia majoring in Faculty of Social and Political Science.
Jo's Boys of lily & sapphire
Jo's Boys is a British television mini-series which aired in 1959 on the BBC. It was based on the novels Little Men (1871) and Jo's Boys (1886) by Louisa May Alcott, and consisted of seven episodes. Cast included Annabelle Lee, Michael Caridia, Kenneth Collins, Lily Kann, Richard Palmer, George Pravda, Jimmy Ray, William Simons, and Donald Wilson.
Unlike many BBC series of the 1950s, the episodes still exist, though it has yet to be given a DVD release
5. Taka takata of lily & sapphire
"Taka takata" is a song originally recorded by Paco Paco, a Spanish singer living in Brussels. The song was released as a single in 1972 and was a hit in Europe.
In the same year the song was adapted into French under the title "Taka takata (La femme du Torro)" by Claude Lemesle and Richelle Dassin. The French version was recorded by Joe Dassin. He released it in 1972 on his album Joe and as a single.
6. Chortolirion of lily & sapphire
Chortolirion (Gk. 'chortos' 'pasture', 'lirion' 'lily') is a genus of perennial plants in the family Asphodelaceae, subfamily Asphodeloideae, first described as a genus in 1908.
It is native to Southern Africa. SpeciesChortolirion angolense (Baker) A.Berger - Hula Plateau in Angola Chortolirion latifolium Zonn.
Fritz - Free State Gauteng in South Africa Chortolirion subspicatum (Baker) A.Berger - Botswana, Namibia, Swaziland, Lesotho, South Africa Chortolirion tenuifolium (Engl.) A.
Berger - Zimbabwe, Namibia, northeastern South Africa
7. C. miniata of lily & sapphire
miniata may refer to: Calostoma miniata, a mushroom species found in China Castilleja miniata, the giant red Indian paintbrush, a flowering plant species native to western North America Cephalopholis miniata, the vermillion seabass or coral hind, a fish species Clivia miniata, the kaffir lily or bush lily, a plant species from South Africa Coelogyne miniata, an orchid species Cucumaria miniata, the orange sea cucumber, an echinoderm species
8. Paula Irvine of lily & sapphire
Paula Irvine (born June 22, 1968) is an American actress. Irvine began acting in 1987 by making guest appearances.
In 1988 she starred in Phantasm II playing Liz Reynolds, and in 1990 she also appeared on Beverly Hills, 90210 during the first season as Sheryl and on Growing Pains as Lori McNeil. She is best known for her portrayal of the second Lily Blake Capwell on the NBC daytime drama Santa Barbara from 1991 to 1993. She retired from acting in 1994
Inquest of lily & sapphire
Inquest is a 1939 British crime film directed by Roy Boulting and starring Elizabeth Allan, Herbert Lomas, Hay Petrie and Barbara Everest. In the film, a young widow is accused of murder, and enlists the support of a King's Counsel to help prove her innocence. It was based on a play by Michael Barringer which had previously been adapted as a film in 1931.
The film was a quota quickie made at Highbury Studios to be used as a supporting feature.
10. Published works of lily & sapphire
The future of Britain's deterrent force by Peter Nailor and Jonathan Alford.
London: International Institute for Strategic Studies, 1980. The Soviet Union and the Third World, edited by E. J.
Feuchtwanger and Peter Nailor. London: Macmillan, 1981. The Nassau connection: the organisation and management of the British POLARIS project, London: H.
Learning from precedent in Whitehall. London: Institute of Contemporary British History/Royal Institute of Public Administration, 1991.
Matthew Yorke of lily & sapphire
Matthew Yorke (born 24 November 1958) is a British novelist and editor. Yorke is the son of novelist Emma Tennant and Sebastian Yorke, son of Henry Green; his parents later divorced in 1962. His early novel, The March Fence (1988), won the John Llewellyn Rhys Prize, while Chancing It (2005) is a short novel for young adults.
He has also edited Surviving: The Uncollected Works of Henry Green (his grandfather, whose real name was Henry Yorke). Pictures of Lily, another novel, was published in August 2010.
FormatPreliminary rounds of lily & sapphire
New South Wales clubs, other than Northern NSW and A-League clubs, participate in the FFA Cup via the preliminary rounds. The competition is for all Senior Men's teams of the National Premier Leagues NSW, NPL 2, NPL 3, NSW State League, as well as Association teams which applied to participate. A total of 148 clubs entered into the competition, and the five qualifiers that joined Sydney United in the final rounds were:
The Women's Room of lily & sapphire
The Women's Room is a 1980 American made-for-television drama film directed by Glenn Jordan and starring Lee Remick, Ted Danson, Colleen Dewhurst and Tovah Feldshuh. In spite of Esther Shapiro's (ABC's vice president for miniseries) struggle with the (predominantly male) network to release the film despite its feminist content, "The Women's Room finally aired, and it received a huge 45 share (the highest rated movie on TV that week), prompted a raft of positive mail, and won an Emmy".
Sindoorkhela of lily & sapphire
Sindoorkhela (Bengali: ); is a popular Bengali television Soap Opera that premiered on December 6, 2010 and aired on Star Jalsha. Produced by Shree Venkatesh Films, stars Shweta Bhattacharya as main female protagonist and Gargi Roychowdhury as main female antagonist. It also stars Kaushik Sen, Lily Chakraborty, Chandrayee Ghosh and Arpita Mukherjee in supporting roles.
It replaced Star Jalsha's popular mega Ogo Bodhu Sundori. On June 16, 2012, Sindoorkhela ended on a happy note to make way for Aanchol
15. Triteleia bridgesii of lily & sapphire
The triplet lily Triteleia bridgesii (previously Brodiaea bridgesii) is known by the common name Bridges' brodiaea.
It is found in the foothills and low elevation mountains of California and Oregon, often in areas of serpentine soil. It is an attractive perennial flower often planted as an ornamental. The plant sends up long, erect green stems which branch near the top into several smaller stems which bear the blooms.
The flowers are bright purple or lavender, tubular at first and then opening into six-pointed star shapes.
16. Dighton Community Church of lily & sapphire
Dighton Community Church is a non-denominational church in Dighton, Massachusetts.
Formerly known as the Dighton Unitarian Church. The congregation, formally and legally known as the Pedo-Baptist Congregational Society due to the practice of infant baptism, was founded in 1769 and incorporated in 1798. The building was begun around 1769 and "completed enough for use" in Spring 1770.
The building was finished in 1798. A tower was added in 1827 to house a Revere Bell.
The Lovin' Spoonful Anthology of lily & sapphire
The Lovin' Spoonful Anthology is a compilation album by the folk rock group The Lovin' Spoonful, released in 1990. The Lovin' Spoonful Anthology focuses mainly on The Lovin' Spoonful's 1965-1966 releases with a few obscure tracks such as "Pow!" from their What's Up, Tiger Lily?
soundtrack and "Good Time Music", an early song found on a label sampler. All the band's biggest hits are included as well as a booklet with comments about the songs from John Sebastian.
Asian Fortune of lily & sapphire
Asian Fortune is an Asian American interest English language newspaper published in the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Area.
Founded in 1993, its circulation is 35,000 with 800 outlets in the region. It claims to be the only English language newspaper serving the entire Asian American community, including East Asians, South East Asians, and South Asians. The newspaper's focus and tone is Pan-Asianism.
The newspaper covers everything from local news and politics, arts and entertainment, and food and dining
19. Features of lily & sapphire
Text editor with syntax highlighting and automatic completion Music view MIDI player to proof-listen LilyPond-generated MIDI files Wizard to quickly set up a new score Snippet Manager to store and apply text snippets, templates or scripts Use multiple versions of LilyPond, automatically selects the correct version Built-in LilyPond documentation browser and built-in help Configurable colors, fonts and keyboard shortcuts Translated into the following languages: Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Czech, Russian, Spanish, Galician, Turkish and Polish
20. Granton Garden of lily & sapphire
The Granton Garden is an organic wildlife garden in the Granton area of Edinburgh, at the home of the musician and gardener Fraser Drummond.
There are over 200 species in one small walled garden. Drummond has recorded 29 bird species in the garden as well as fox, hedgehog, squirrel and a colony of frogs. It has appeared in the BBC television programme The Beechgrove Garden and in The Scotsman.
and has regularly been open to the public as part of Scotland's Garden Scheme.
21. Cast of lily & sapphire
Peter O'Brien as Don Cassidy Anne Looby as Lily Cassidy Katie Blake as Emma Cassidy Becky Simpson as Nicola Cassidy Vaughan Sevelle as Sam Foster Shelley King as Nina Pagetter Adam Ray as Roy Tessa Wells as Sharon Hargreaves Christopher Scoular as Graham Foster Julia Howarth as Christine Tessa Leahy as Miss Weston Brendan Donaghue as Greg Al Hunter Ashton as Inspector Greyson Lucy Maria Hopkins as WDC Arnott
Graham Baker (director) of lily & sapphire
Graham Baker is an English film director. He directed a number of Hollywood feature films from 1981 to 1999, including the 1988 science fiction film Alien Nation. Baker studied painting, graphic design, and architecture at Leicester College.
His first film was the short film Leaving Lily (1975), which was nominated for a BAFTA Award. He has also directed television commercials, such as Isuzu Motors' series of "Joe Isuzu" advertisements in the 1980s. In 2008 Baker wrote the musical play Ipso Facto or The Rake's Return, with songs by Neil Innes.
23. Lily Powell of lily & sapphire
Lily Powell (aka Lily Powell Froissard) is an English author. Among her novels are The Bird of Paradise, which won the James Tait Black Award in 1970, and the more recent The Devil in Buenos Aires.
She has collaborated with her husband, the French equestrian specialist Jean Froissard, on a number of reference books on horsemanship. These include Classical Horsemanship for Our Time (co-author) and The Horseman's International Book of Reference (co-editor). They live in Paris, France.
24. Lily Lian of lily & sapphire
Liliane Lebon (1 May 1917 24 May 2020), known professionally as Lily Lian, was a French singer, who is considered to have been one of the last street singers of Paris. After her career went into decline, she attempted to get by as a record label singer, where she made the acquaintance of dith Piaf, Tino Rossi, Maurice Chevalier, and Yves Montand.
She helped jumpstart the career of Pascal Sevran, who hosted her on his show numerous times.
25. Untenable of lily & sapphire
Untenable is the second studio album by American power pop band Bad Moves.
It was originally scheduled for release on May 29, 2020 under Don Giovanni Records but the release date was later delayed until June 26, 2020. The first single from the album, "Party with the Kids Who Wanna Party with You" was released on April 7, 2020. The second single "End of Time" was released on May 5, 2020.
The third single "Cape Henlopen" was released on May 28, 2020.
26. Lilja of lily & sapphire
Lilja is an Icelandic name, and may refer to: Lilja Dgg Alfresdttir (born 1973), the Icelandic Minister of Education, Science and Culture Gufrur Lilja Grtarsdttir (born 1972), Icelandic politician, a member of Althing Lilja Gumundsdttir (born 1955), Icelandic middle-distance runner Lilja Rafney Magnsdttir (born 1957), Icelandic politician Lilja Sigurdardottir (born 1972), Icelandic crime-writer and playwright Mara Lilja rastardttir (born 1986), Icelandic journalist, author and women's rights activist