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terry

1. an uncut loop in the pile of towelling or a similar fabric
2. 
a. a fabric with such a pile on both sides
b. (as modifier): a terry towel

Terry

1. Dame Ellen. 1847--1928, British actress, noted for her Shakespearean roles opposite Sir Henry Irving and for her correspondence with George Bernard Shaw
2. (John) Quinlan . born 1937, British architect, noted for his works in neoclassical style, such as the Richmond riverside project (1984)
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As skeletons tumble out of closets Alicia didn't even know she had, the question: 'Why do you want to run?
Alicia Douvall is evicted from the Celebrity Big Brother house during the latest series of the Channel 5 programme, at Elstree
Alicia looked horrified as her nemesis walked in the room.
As noted by the abovementioned publication, Kristen Stewart and Alicia Cargile were seen "frolicking on the beach together, holding hands and playing a game of ball.
When it was time to select a wedding venue, Alicia knew just the right place--the grounds of the Meridian home where she grew up.
Cliff and Jacqui Grove, whose daughter Josie set up the trust after being diagnosed with leukaemia, have made Alicia an ambassador.
Mum Helen showed Alicia pictures of some of the youngsters in need of help on the Little Princess Trust website.
Speaking at the event, Alicia said: "It's just like all perfect, I love it.
Alicia and EcoTools are proud to introduce three brand-new additions and three revised sets to the EcoTools by Alicia Silverstone collection for April 2011, available at Walmart, Target, and Walgreens.
Alicia said children are not used to sitting still and therefore it could be very difficult to get them to calm down.
Alicia is here to talk about her much anticipated third studio album As I Am, the follow-up to the critically acclaimed Songs in a Minor and The Diary of Alicia Keys.
PLUCKY patient Alicia O'Brien put aside her illness worries to help other sick young children get through their ordeals.