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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)

BLISS

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True, she was a sweet woman and an angel of a wife; but what if a Gorgon should return, amid the transports of our connubial bliss, and take the angel's place.
The basis of matrimonial bliss is secure, and all thy little defects and frailties are forgiven.
Even under these circumstances, Martha Pierson would probably have consented to unite her fate with Adam Colburn's, and, secure of the bliss of mutual love, would patiently have awaited the less important gifts of fortune.
The Stairs were then let down, whether to dare The Fiend by easie ascent, or aggravate His sad exclusion from the dores of Bliss.
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Runwal Group has launched a luxury residential project, Runwal Bliss, at Kanjurmarg, Mumbai.
Bliss, who had been living in his hometown of Othello, Wash.
Bliss started with four cities including Mumbai, Pune, Delhi and Bangalore and has now been rolled out pan-India.
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The Coconut Bliss Cookie Sandwich is made with coconut milk-based ice cream, organic sprouted brown rice and oat flours, organic hemp seeds and organic fair-trade dark chocolate chips.
The Blueberry Bliss brand was introduced last spring during the company's 14th birthday celebration.