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pillar

 [pil´er]
a supporting column, usually occurring in pairs.
p's of fauces folds of mucous membrane at the sides of the fauces.

pil·lar

(pil'ăr),
A structure or part having a resemblance to a column or pillar.
[L. pila]

pil·lar

(pil'ăr)
A structure or part having a resemblance to a column or pillar.
[L. pila]
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The authors thank the teaching staff who found time in their busy curriculum to distribute the questionnaires; the young people who diligently completed the questionnaire; Kathleen Kiernan, Sarah Cheesbrough, Sarah Barnett and Juliet McEachran, who commented on earlier drafts; and Channel Four Television and Pillarbox Productions, which funded the study.
These shots shows the pop star sporting a pillarbox red skirt with a neutral top and a red-and-white striped dress.
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ANGELA: Pillarbox red jacket pounds 14, black pinstripe cropped trousers with belt pounds 10 and black bag pounds 7
They now own and run a record label named Pillarbox Records, in honour of the venue of our heroes' home.
Post officials have replaced a pillarbox with a pole-mounted version to spare letters from the attentions of dogs answering calls of nature.
Revlon's Minted nail enamel, pounds 6.29, cuts a bright dash against pinks and purples the lips Abandon the rules about red and pink and opt for a pillarbox shade on your pout - Tom Ford's Private Blend Lip Color in True Coral, is pounds 35 the eyes Wear a soft pastel to keep the look girlie and romantic rather than garish.
One after the other, the models sashay down the catwalk wearing fabulous frocks in pillarbox red satin and pale blue chiffon..
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The Pristines' first vinyl release was part of a shared single, Tales from the Pillarbox, featuring their songs Pristine Dream and I Think You Know.
And don't be without pillarbox red Lewisia, or the rosette-shaped saxifrages, of which there are dozens.