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(wil'ō),
A tree of the genus Salix; the bark of several species, especially S. fragilis, is a source of salicin.
[A.S. welig]
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<B Tynemouth RNLI lifeboat Spirit of Northumberland tows Wanderer II into the Tyne with relief lifeboat Osier in the background towing Shearwater
That stilled fisherman inked to a shadow inhabits a hanging-scroll I've made in my mind, his back to net and rods, a panel perhaps in classic script, ideograms spelling out the swiftness of time, vertically, of course, as he tries to stare passed weed muck into a future obscured, as we are, by an understory of shriveled lily pads, by reflection of an osier's spilling hair.
Agriculture is defined as use of land for horticulture, fruit-growing, seed growing, dairy farming, livestock breeding and keeping, the use of land as grazing land, meadowland, osier land, market gardens and nursery grounds.
The three lectures are: 5.30pm, Thursday, May 23 - Starlight Stage, Dr Mariecia Fraser and Elizabeth Jardine Goodwin, Experimental landscapes: Past, present and future innovation in upland farming 2.30pm, Wednesday, May 29 - Hay Festival Foundation Stage, John Thomas, The West, the East and the Rule of Law 10am, Thursday, May 30 - Hay Festival Foundation Stage, Professor Chris Thomas and Professor Faith Osier Malaria Eradication in Africa: Fact or Fiction?
An exhibition showcasing plans for 420 new homes on land off Osier Way is taking place in Buckingham later this month.
For lunch and dinner on that one day, food tents and tables for Midtown EATS will line the pedestrian walkway next to Tower 280, between Broad and Elm Streets for both lunch and dinner.<br />Only one restaurant in the Midtown Eats lineup Red Osier will also be featured in the Jazz Fest lineup.<br />Diners that want a sit-down dinner anywhere near the Jazz Fest, whether they're planning to attend musical performances or not, should probably make reservations ahead of time.
Curtis Osier has been appointed branch manager of the Springdale branch of Building & Earth, which he will manage in addition to the Little Rock branch.
Being somewhat of an idealist and altruistic individual, as a surgical trainee in Montreal at McGill University, I was highly influenced by a seemingly omnipresent influence of William Osier. The Osier Library is located at McGill University's Medical School, and the auditorium where our surgical educational sessions were conducted had a large portrait of Osier hanging in constant view.
William Osier, MD, the father of modern medicine, had the answer a century ago: "The day [can] be predicted from the first waking hour.
Osier, who read Ben Franklin, no doubt would have been familiar with Franklin's recommendations--5 a.m.: "Rise, wash, and address Powerful Goodness [prayer]!
William Osier, the father of modern medicine, had the answer a century ago: "The day [can] be predicted from the first waking hour.