1. Tomlin of lily & sapphire
Tomlin is a surname, and may refer to: PersonsAndrew J. Tomlin (18451906), American Marine; recipient of the Medal of Honor for action in the American Civil War Bradley Walker Tomlin (18991955), American abstract expressionist painter Chris Tomlin (born 1972), American Christian singer and songwriter Claire J.
Tomlin (born 1969), American systems researcher Dave Tomlin (born 1949), American professional baseball player E. W. F.
Tomlin (19131988), British essayist Gary Tomlin (contemporary), American television soap opera writer and producer Gavin Tomlin (born 1983), English professional football player George Napier Tomlin (18751947), British naval officer Graham Tomlin (born 1958), British Anglican priest and author; Dean of St. Mellitus College Jacob Tomlin (fl. 19th century), British author and missionary to China in the 19th century John Read le Brockton Tomlin (18641954), British malacologist Lee Tomlin (born 1989), English professional football player Lily Tomlin (born 1939), American actress and comedian Mark Vella Tomlin (19592010), Maltese pilot and actor Mattson Tomlin (born 1990), Romanian screenwriter and producer Mike Tomlin (born 1972), American professional football coach Mollie Tomlin (19232009), Australian watercolor artist Pinky Tomlin (19071987), American jazz musician and actor Randy Tomlin (born 1956), American professional baseball player Ray S.
Tomlin (fl. 18891929), American educator; president of Paine College in Augusta, Georgia Robyn Tomlin (born 1971), American journalist and newspaper editor Thomas Tomlin, Baron Tomlin (18671935), British jurist William Tomlin, (18661910) English cricketerFictional charactersVernon Tomlin, character on the British soap opera Coronation Street
2. Nancy Allen (harpist) of lily & sapphire
Nancy Allen (born 1954) is a prominent harpist from the United States.
The daughter of a public school music teacher in the Carmel, New York district, she won numerous international competitions starting at a young age. In 1973 she won first prize at the Fifth International Harp Competition in Israel, one of the most prestigious international harp competitions in the world. Since 1999 she has been the Principal Harpist of the New York Philharmonic, playing under music director and conductor Lorin Maazel, and in her 20-year teaching career has trained many successful students as well as serving concurrently as head of the harp departments at the Juilliard School (where she received her bachelor's and master's degrees) and Aspen Music Festival and School.
She was formerly the head of the harp department at the Yale School of Music. Her own teachers included Pearl Chertok, Lily Laskine, Marcel Grandjany, and her predecessor at Juilliard, Susann McDonald. She has made numerous recordings (one nominated for a Grammy Award) and has performed solo concerts for forty years.
Both her sisters are also noteworthy harpists. Her sister Barbara Allen is the principal harpist for the American Ballet Theatre Orchestra and the Greenwich Symphony. Her sister Jane Allen is the principal harpist for the Eugene Symphony.
3. Paul Claes of lily & sapphire
Paul Claes (born 30 October 1943) is a Flemish scholar, writer, poet and translator. Born in Leuven, Claes graduated in classical literature and Germanic philology (Dutch and English).
He obtained a PhD in 1981, with a dissertation De mot zit in de mythe on references to classical texts in the works of Hugo Claus. He worked at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven and the Catholic University of Nijmegen. Claes made his debut as a poet in 1983 with sonnets in De zonen van de zon.
His translation of T.S. Eliot's "The Waste Land" (2007) includes a comprehensive commentary and a new interpretation.
"La clef des Illuminations" (2008) is a new interpretation of Arthur Rimbaud's masterpiece. "Concatenatio Catulliana" (2002) proposes a new theory about the arrangement of Catullus' "Carmina". Het netwerk en de nevelvlek (1979) De zonen van de zon (1983) Claus-reading (1984) De mot zit in de mythe (1984) 'Hans Favery.
Een (de)constructie' (1985) De Kwadratuur van de Onyx (1986) Claus quadrifrons (1987) Echo's echo's. De kunst van de allusie (1988) Rebis (1989) Het laatste boek (1992) De Sater (1993) Gezelle gelezen (1993 i.e.
1992) Embleem (1994) Mimicry (1994) Raadsels van Rilke (1995) De zoon van de Panter (1996) De phoenix (1998) De gulden tak (2000) Glans (2000) De kameleon (2001) Het Hart van de Schorpioen (2002) De Lezer (2003) Lily (2003) Sfinx (2004) Psyche (2006) Plastic Love (2013) De haas en de regenboog (2016)
4. Serna (surname) of lily & sapphire
Serna is a surname. Notable people with the name include: Alexis Serna (born 1985), American player of gridiron football Andrea Serna (born 1977), Colombian model, TV presenter, reporter, and producer Assumpta Serna (born 1957), Spanish actress Darkin Serna (born 1993), Colombian footballer Diego Serna (born 1973), Colombian footballer Dillon Serna (born 1994), American soccer player Elkin Serna, Colombian Paralympic marathon runner Enrique Serna, (born 1959), Mexican author and screenwriter Frankie Serna, (born 1971), American artist, illustrator and designer Isaac Serna, Peruvian politician Joe Serna, Jr.
(19391999), American civil rights activist and mayor of Sacramento Jorge Horacio Serna (born 1979), Colombian footballer La Serna (born 1999), French figure skater Lily Serna (born 1986), Australian mathematician and television presenter Magi Serna (born 1979), Spanish tennis player Marcelino Serna (18961992), Mexican immigrant and United States Army soldier Marco Antonio Serna Daz (1936-1991), Colombian herpetologist, ornithologist, and naturalist Mauricio Serna (born 1968), Colombian footballer Patricio M. Serna, New Mexican Supreme Court Justice Paul Serna (born 1958), American baseball player Pepe Serna (born 1944), American film and television actor and artist Ralph Serna (born 1957), American long-distance runner Ricardo Serna (born 1964), Spanish footballer Snooky Serna (born 1966), Filipina film and television actress Sara Serna (born 1987), Spanish footballer Viviana Serna (born 1990), Colombian actress and presenter
5. Recipients of the Lauritzen AwardRecipients of the Henkel Award of lily & sapphire
2018 Inge Sofie Skovbo and Mads Mikkelsen 2017 Danica Curcic and Ole Thestrup 2016 Solbjrg Hjfeldt and Jesper Christensen 2015 Karen-Lise Mynster and Peter Plaugborg 2014 Marianne Hgsbro and Thure Lindhardt 2013 Birthe Neumann and Sren Malling 2012 Sidse Babett Knudsen and Nikolaj Lie Kaas 2011 Lene Maria Christensen and Ulf Pilgaard 2010 Paprika Steen and Olaf Johannessen 2009 Jesper Langberg and Ditte Hansen 2008 Henning Jensen and Tina Gylling Mortensen 2007 Bodil Jrgensen and Dejan uki 2006 Meike Bahnsen and Janus Bakrawi 2005 Jannie Faurschou and Nicolas Bro 2004 Trine Dyrholm and Ole Lemmeke 2003 Anne-Vibeke Mogensen and Sren Stter-Lassen 2002 Ann Eleonora Jrgensen and Lars Mikkelsen 2001 Sofie Grbl and Jens Jrn Spottag 2000 Birgitte Simonsen and Kim Veisgaard 1999 Ellen Hillings and Aksel Erhardsen 1998 Andrea Vagn Jensen and Frits Helmuth 1997 Karen Wegener and Morten Kirkskov 1996 Lisbeth Gajhede and Mikael Birkkjr 1995 Jens Albinus and Sren Pilmark 1994 Henning Moritzen 1993 Jrgen Reenberg1995 Charlotte Bving 1994 Tammi st 1993 Annika Johannessen 1992 Kirsten Rolffes 1991 Benedikte Hansen 1990 Bodil Kjer 1990 Ditte Grbl 1989 Helle Hertz 1988 Kirsten Lehfeldt 1987 Lily Broberg 1986 Malene Schwartz 1985 Birthe Neumann 1984 Karen-Lise Mynster 1983 Lisbeth Dahl 1982 Berthe Quistgaard 1981 Stina Ekblad 1980 Ulla Henningsen 1979 Susse Wold 1978 Lise Ringheim 1977 Kirsten Olesen 1976 Ann-Mari Max Hansen 1976 Merete Volstedlund 1973 Birgitte Federspiel 1972 Astrid Villaume 1971 Ghita Nrby 1970 Bodil Udsen 1969 Birgitte Price 1968 Karin Nellemose 1967 Lone Hertz 1966 Lily Weiding 1965 Bodil Kjer
Susannah (given name) of lily & sapphire
Susannah is a feminine given name. It is an English version of the Hebrew name Shoshana, meaning lily. Other variants of the name include Susanna, Susana, Susan, Suzanne, and Susie.
Notable people bearing this name include: Susannah Breslin, American writer Susannah Carr (born 1952), Australian news anchor Susannah Carter (fl. 1765), English cookbook author Susannah Lattin (18481868), American who died at illegal adoption clinic Susannah Maria Cibber (17141766), English singer and actress Susannah Constantine (born 1962), English fashion advisor Susannah Corbett (born 1968), English actress and author Susannah Darwin (17651817), mother of Charles Darwin Susannah Doyle (born 1966), English actress, playwright, and film director Susannah Fielding (born 1985), English actress Susannah Fiennes (born 1961), British artist Susannah Fowle (born 1958), Australian actress Susannah Grant (born 1963), American screenwriter and director Susannah Gunning (17401800), British novelist Susannah Hagan (born 1951), English professor Susannah Harker (born 1965), English actress Susannah Holford (18641944), English noblewoman Susannah Johnson (born 1990), American gymnast Susannah Willard Johnson (c. 17291810), American captured in Abenaki raid Susannah Martin (16211692), woman executed during Salem witch trials Susannah McCorkle (19462001), American jazz singer Susannah Meadows, American writer for Newsweek magazine Susannah Melvoin (born 1964), American vocalist, songwriter, and actress Susannah Sheldon, accuser during Salem witch trials Susannah Stacey, pseudonym used by writers Jill Staynes and Margaret Storey Susannah Waters, British soprano Susannah Wise, English actress Susannah York (19392011), British actress
Jacob Schulz of lily & sapphire
Jacob (Jake) Shulz (October 12, 1901 August 14, 1983) was a Canadian farmer and politician as well as the father-in-law of Governor General Ed Schreyer. Shulz was born in Friedensthal, a Bessarabia German community in the Russian Empire, from 1918 part of Romania and today Mirnopolye, Ukraine. He came to Canada with his wife in 1930 to become a farmer in the Gilbert Plains area of Manitoba.
He joined the co-operative movement and became involved in municipal politics. He was a candidate for the Manitoba Co-operative Commonwealth Federation in the 1949 provincial election losing by 300 votes to Ray Mitchell. In 1950, Schulz became founding president of the Manitoba Farmers Union and served as chairman of the Interprovincial Farm Union Council in the mid-1950s.
He was elected to Parliament in the 1957 general election representing Springfield for the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation. He only served for a year before losing his seat in the 1958 federal election that elected a landslide majority government for the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada. Shulz founded a construction company in 1960 and wrote a book, The Rise and Fall of Farm Organizations.
His daughter, Lily is to married Ed Schreyer who, in the 1965 federal election, was elected a CCF MP from Schulz' old riding of Springfield.
8. Lily Venson of lily & sapphire
Lily Pagratis Venson (October 24, 1924 June 27, 2011) is an American journalist and was a resident of Chicago, IL her entire life.
She attended Wilbur Wright College and Columbia College Chicago. She began writing for Lerner Newspapers at the Rogers Park office in 1962 and was an award-winning journalist and feature writer for the Lerner newspapers. She left the paper in 1973 to work as head of public relations for Cook County Hospitals.
During her years at Lerner, she received numerous press awards including a nomination for the Pulitzer Prize by Columbia University and the City of New York, for a series of more than 100 articles she wrote on the crusade to preserve 100 acres of private golf land to create Lawrence C. Warren State Park in West Rogers Park in Chicago. For her coverage of this landmark event she was awarded a plaque of recognition in 1972 by Gov.
of Illinois Richard Ogilvie. Among her other stories of note, she covered the immigration battle in Chicago of Walter Polovchak. She also covered in person the last march of Martin Luther King Jr.
from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama on March 21, 1965. She was a member of Illinois Women's Press Association. The majority of her journalism articles and photos which covered many historical events in Chicago are housed at the Newberry Library in Chicago for archival deposit.
9. Amazonas Philharmonic of lily & sapphire
The Amazonas Philharmonic (Portuguese: Amazonas Filarmnica) is a professional orchestra of the Amazonas (Brazilian state), headquartered in Manaus, and was founded on September 26, 1997, by Julio Medaglia. The orchestras Lead Conductor (Regente Titular) is Luiz Fernando Malheiro, and the Assistant Conductor and Artistic Director is Marcelo de Jesus.
The Amazonas Philharmonic orchestra rehearses and performs concerts at the Amazon Theatre (a well known theater in the city of Manaus). The Philharmonic is the official orchestra of the Festival Amazonas de pera (which is held every year from March until May). In 2011 the orchestra completed their 15th consecutive year of the festival.
The logo of the orchestra (a lily-pad superscript of "Amazonas Philharmonic") was created by Hans Donner, known designer of Rede Globo (a major Brazilian television network). In April 2008, the opera, "a Ira" by Roger Waters (from the musical group, Pink Floyd) was performed in Brazil by the Amazonas Philharmonic, at the Teatro Amazonas. It was played for the opening of the XII Festival Amazonas de pera, with Luiz Fernando Malheiro conducting.
In January 2012, The Secretaria de Estado de Cultura (the secretary of culture for the state) launched the Turn Mandaaia (the Mandacaia concert tour). The Amazonas Philharmonic played in the cities of Maus, Boa Vista do Ramos, Barreirinha, Parintins, and Urucar; All located within the Amazon rainforest in Amazonas (Brazilian state).