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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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Like Mexico itself, Alicia finds herself poised with one foot in the door of opportunity and one stuck in the poverty and powerlessness of the past.
They only phoned Deborah to confirm her story after putting Alicia on a flight home in tears.
On the phone, by e-mail, in any way she could, Alicia started mobilizing thousands of people in Miami, collecting all kinds of aid, speaking passionately about the need to organize, rescue, and reconstruct.
Distinct and distinguished on this occasion were Alicia Markova, Alicia Alonso, Maria Tallchief, Melissa Hayden, Suzanne Farrell, Frederic Franklin, and Helgi Tomasson (on screen), and (live) Violette Verdy, Allegra Kent, Merrill Ashley, Lourdes Lopez, Jacques d'Amboise, Arthur Mitchell, and Edward Villella.
Reconocida por sus trencitas de lado, chamarra y su sombrero, la cantante regiomontana Alicia Villarreal y su grupo Limite, estan envueltos en un gran pleito, donde no solo el nombre del grupo esta de por medio sino tambien la posible separacion de la cantante y la llegada de una nueva integrante quien le quitaria d puesto a Alicia.
Alicia sits home doing homework to music on her PC.
On a cloudy and cold afternoon in January, Alicia Zeitz and Nicholas Zmuda, two Special Olympics figure skaters, lit up the famous ice-skating rink at Rockefeller Center in New York City.
Now the married actor hopes to have a lunch date with busty Alicia Monet.
Alicia Conill of her ability to handle a caseload of 3,000 patients annually--but not her ability to care and to teach.
La nina Alicia Narez Rios gustaba tanto de las munecas, que sonaba con hacerse chiquita para jugar con ellas de igual a igual.
Toward the end of her stay in Colombia, she met Alicia Vasquez, a twenty-eight-year-old single mother of three sons, who ran a women's craft cooperative and a milk program for children.