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tiller

a branch that forms from the base of a plant or the axils of the lower leaves. Such ‘tillering’ is common in cereal plants.
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The beautiful tilla work is performed in different patterns by the expertise.
Visitors will want to see the sunflower girls on the side yard that Tilla created.
By chance, Koenig arrived in Arlesheim--the anthroposophical medical research center--on the same day as Mathilde (Tilla) Maasberg.
Synopsis: Ruso and Tilla's excitement at arriving in Rome with their new baby daughter is soon dulled by their discovery that the grand facades of polished marble mask an underworld of corrupt landlords and vermin-infested tenements.
On the fringe of the Salt Range highlands and detached from it by several kilometres this is Tilla Jogian Hill of the Jogis.
GERB sets a deadline tillA Monday forA the Reformist Bloc (RB) to make up its mind on the political formula of the next Bulgarian government.
Matiullah (52), Abid (45) and Tilla (28) were the other run getters.
It has been designed by architect Tilla Theus who was the inspiration behind the main building, guaranteeing a perfect symbiosis between the two buildings.
"Tilla Tapa, which currently looks like a mound of soil, has 2,500 years of history," said Azimullah Rahmaneyar, head of Jawzjan department of information and culture.
Survivors include his daughter, Laura (Ted) Hoffman of OH; grandson, Teddy Hoffman; brothers, Bob (Tilla) Cahill of FL, Fran (Sharon) Cahill of Massachusetts and Rick (Brenda) Cahill of Massachusetts; former wife, C.K.
To order copies of pictures in the Daily Post, contact Photosales on 0151 472 2549 Barrie Mills, the Daily Post's head of images, said: 'There's an Impressionistic quality to this picture - Sher tilla, Tony Sherratt has manipulated the image to cr eate an engaging composition that highlights form and texture.