Both stood bending over a perambulator with a green umbrella
A pair of old, worn, beaver gloves, a broad-brimmed hat, and a faded green umbrella
, with plenty of whalebone sticking through the bottom, as if to counterbalance the want of a handle at the top, lay on a chair beside him; and, being disposed in a very tidy and careful manner, seemed to imply that the red-nosed man, whoever he was, had no intention of going away in a hurry.
We add what dignity we can to a stately ruin with our green umbrellas
and jackasses, but it is little.
The trees and the undergrowth seemed to be strangling each other near the ground in a multitudinous wrestle; while here and there a splendid tree towered high above the swarm, shaking its thin green umbrellas
lightly in the upper air.
They include B Diffrent, Hossam Design Studio, Kamal Ismail, Muscat International, Address for Engineering Consultations, Interior Design, Al-Makhmal House, Amal Al-Jamali, Al Rafd Press, Nexus, Try Me for Sports Events and Green Umbrella
. These companies have expressed their willingness to provide training and employment opportunities for graduates of the college.
The original film, released in 1964, was in her mind when she was illustrating the latest hardback edition of Mary Poppins by PL Travers (first published in 1934), which sees the quirky, eccentric and magical character brought back to life on the page in a pink and orange spotty dress, flying above London rooftops, clutching her flowered bag and green umbrella
A stunning, full-colour illustrated edition of the classic novel about the magical nanny sees the quirky and eccentric character brought back to life on the page in a pink and orange spotty dress, flying above London rooftops, clutching her flowered bag and green umbrella
The veteran actor -- smartly clad in a pink saree and sporting shades, with her staff holding up a big green umbrella
-- mounted an open vehicle with Harsh Vardhan.
A five year old boy, Tanae, retold Grandpa and Thomas and the Green Umbrella
by Pamela Allen (2006) whilst manipulating the stones on the floor, with his hands:
Mel Groom: Telephone Ted by Joan Stimson and The Green Umbrella
by AJ Macgregor.
This is Michael Anderson's hot dog stand, a mobile feast beneath a big green umbrella
near the corner of Fourth Avenue and F Street, parked outside the Federal Building.