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cicely:

see sweet cicelysweet cicely
, name for the European herb Myrrhis odorata and for closely related American and Asian plants of the genus Osmorhiza, all of the family Umbelliferae (parsley family).
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As part of the prize, Cicely will also receive a bundle of the brand new Dora and Friends toy range.
to pay $2,500, that Cicely is unlikely to end her days on a dinner plate.
They then spent a week with the Royal Shakespeare Company and world famous voice coach Cicely Berry to perfect their delivery.
Flanked by jockeys Ian Popham (left) and Jamie Moore at Fontwell are the Gamble youngsters (from left) Alden, Sophia, Isobelle, Cicely and Juliette, with Eleanor at the back
Maggie is a member in Cicely Airways, LLC, with a 50% interest in its capital and profits.
Featured are Winston Churchill, Sir Joshua Reynolds, T S Eliot, Emmeline Pankhurst, Virginia Woolf, Sir Walter Scott, Mary Sea-cole, William Shakespeare, Dame Cicely Saunders and Charles Darwin.
What can essentially be called guest appearances by the likes of Ving Rhames, Cicely Tyson, Patti LaBelle and others rarely add up to much.
Local folk stalwarts John Booker and Ray Padgett (aka The Barnsley Lads) will lead the entertainment which will consist of a number of singarounds, a music session on Saturday lunchtime and a presentation on Cicely Fox Smith on Easter Sunday at 1pm.
You can talk about the high road and the low road, but Cicely Oaks can supply the scoop on taking the bumpy one.
LONDON, December 20 /PRNewswire/ -- A service of thanksgiving for the life and work of Dame Cicely Saunders will be held in Westminster Abbey at noon on Wednesday 8 March 2006.
BASED ON THE POPULAR NEWBERRY AWARD-WINNING CHILDREN'S BOOK BY KATE DECAMILO, THE MOVIE STARS JEFF DANIELS, CICELY TYSON, SINGER DAVE MATTHEWS AND NEWCOMER ANNA SOPHIA ROBB AS INDIA OPAL BULONI, A YOUNG GIRL WHO BEFRIENDS A SCRUFFY STRAY MUTT WREAKING HAVOC IN THE PRODUCE DEPARTMENT OF HER SMALL-TOWN'S SUPERMARKET AND PROMPTLY NAMES HIM WINN-DIXIE.
No real surprise if you recall the grounbraking network productions in the 1970s of Alex Haley's Roots and Ernest Gaines's The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman, starring Cicely Tyson.