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Riley

Bridget (Louise). born 1931, British painter, best known for her black-and-white op art paintings of the 1960s
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Riley stood silent, apparently deep in a reverie, during a minute or more, then he looked up and said:
So saying, Riley blandly turned on his heel and left the astonished school-teacher standing there, a musing and motionless snow image shining in the broad glow of the street-lamp.
Incumbent Barbados Cricket Association president, Conde Riley, easily saw off a challenge from legendary former West Indies fast bowler, Joel Garner, here Thursday night to secure a second term at the helm of the body.
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Clare Wooff, 33, was driving to the shops with Riley, six, when he began making noises and saying his tongue was stuck in the spout.
WHEN Riley Davies was a baby doctors said he would never be well enough to play sports.
The glittering opening of The Responsive Eye, a major exhibition of abstract painting at the Museum of Modern Art, signalled the latest phenomenon, op art--and its center of attention was a young painter named Bridget Riley, whose dazzling painting Current appeared on the cover of the catalogue.
Fronted by Riley Hawk, the band sounds like early-era Nirvana and Black Sabbath mixed together with a splash of The Stooges thrown in for good measure.
Three-year-old Riley was found dead on February 6, 2016, in the home Siswick shared with her boyfriend Kyle Campbell on Smith's Avenue in Marsh.
There have been some names floated, but one of most interesting figures is Pat Riley of the Miami Heat.
Riley was a pace-setter in the early days of the car industry and also gained an enviable reputation in the world of motor racing.
The Riley Archive Project also acts as a hub for the Riley clubs that exist worldwide.