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Like this word? Clytie knot. Cly"tie knot\ In hair dressing, a loose, low coil at the back of the head, like the knot on the head of the bust of Clytie by G.

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Clytie Alexander: Diaphans, Sarah Moody Gallery of Art, The University of Clytie Alexander, Betty Cuningham Gallery, New York, NY, February, March.
"Clytiel Clytiel You haven't brought Papa the rain water! Where in the
Clytie went through the lower hall and out the back door. She stood beside the Clytie swayed a little and looked into the slightly moving water.
Helios and Clytie . . stern old god Oceanus and his daughter Clytie.
and the Three Ladies,” “Old Mr. Marblehall,” “Why I Live at the P.O.
clytie, and Prasopora falesi. Near the top there is commonly a molluscan horizon where Modiolodon oviformis, Protowarthia obesa, P.

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Clytie Allison-obit
By Staff reports She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband of 37 years, Charles Allison; her two sons, Donald and Ronald Allison; two daughters, Delores Gordon and Irene Allison; and her sister, Vera Maurer.
Valley Isle Scoreboard
3: Clytie Kanae 8-4.5. No 6: Dennis Sasai 6-3.
REVIEW: Mountains Never Meet | Riverside Theatres, Sydney
For example, Clytie Smith's lighting design for Duel consists of but a couple of overhead spots, creating a square of light on the floor which echoes the stadium, arena, ring, or other site of metaphorical gladiatorial contest. It's dead effective.
Local authors deliver histories, memoirs, children's books and more
Ramona resident Clytie Koehler has written "Guava Gravy" (Amazon Digital, $7.99), an adventure story set in San Diego County. Vista's Dr.

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Clytie - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"Klytia" and "Clytia" redirect here. For other uses, see Clytia (disambiguation).
Mythology Guide - Clytie
Clytie was a water-nymph and in love with Apollo, who made her no return.
CLYTIE : Oceanid Nymph of the Heliotrope Flower | Greek
KLYTIE (or Clytie) was an Okeanid nymph loved by sun-god Helios.
clytie - The World
CLYTIE Clytie was not always a sunflower, turning on her stem to watch the journeying sun.

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