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Bliss

Sir Arthur. 1891--1975, British composer; Master of the Queen's Musick (1953--75). His works include the Colour Symphony (1922), film and ballet music, and a cello concerto (1970)

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Bliss was frightened, but the fire brigade were very calm with her.
Bliss (14-9) scattered six hits, all singles, over eight innings.
The division headquarters, four brigade combat teams and a combat aviation brigade from Fort Hood, Texas, will call Fort Bliss home within the next five years.
Bliss will continue to administer the Antony Tudor Ballet Trust, a position created for her in Tudor's will.
Bliss and Nelson opened their first Buffalo Wild Wings last May in Bentonville.
Of course, many Americans have had more than their share of gastronomic bliss, chocolate or otherwise, making us one of the fattest countries on Earth.
There are great things in Bliss and they should be heard more.
Bliss has been developed to reflect the growing consumption of wine in the UK and meet female demand for a more sophisticated and refreshing alternative to other bottled drinks.
It comes in a curvy 275ml bottle and two flavours - Bliss Berries (raspberries and blueberries) and Bliss Exotic (orange and mango).
A rebuild's useful life is far greater than an economic cycle, yet we tend to define the economic success of capital projects in terms of cash flow in the first few years," said Bliss.
Free trade forced many of the local dairy farmers to reconsider their options, and, in an industry that faced much uncertainty, several opted to abandon dairy farming altogether, Bliss explains.
Hickman and Bliss, the black preacher and his little foster son who'd grown up into the racist Senator Sunraider.