luminary sentence examples
- luminary nuns.
- While the votes were being counted,
michael wolff and keynote speaker at the event praised the teams.
- luminaryt meeting there, somewhat earlier, attracted 100 or so people,
including many sf luminaries.
- luminarya, but a lamp
made by light luminaries
- luminaryin the company of
of the past.
- luminary this period he played with a number of free
jazz luminaries, including sun ra, don cherry, and billy higgins.
- luminarysearch society conference in exeter in 2002 was attended by a number of
luminaries in the field
of research policy.
- luminaryyou may find yourself sitting next to screen or jet set stars or other
luminaries from the world
- luminaryk into a cold sweat at the thought of yet another self-indulgent love in
featuring the luminaries
of the small screen.
- luminarymed delighted to learn that he was among
- luminaryhonest, the continued success of the commodore 64 has taken a lot of
totally by surprise.
- luminarys a snooker hall in the eighties and nineties, bush hall
such as hugh grant and stephen fry.
- luminaryblake continues to create landmark artworks for albums by such
as eric clapton and brian wilson.
- luminaryrliest work dates from the 1950s when he captured on
film bluegrass luminaries
on stage at outdoor concerts.
- luminaryroducing luminaries
should be installed sufficiently clear of combustible materials to avoid the risk of fire.
- luminaryn announcing the
by the alderney fans may log.
- luminarynowned wall mural features such
as marley, springsteen, zappa and dylan.
- luminaryctures were given by
both in the field of iridology and in complementary healthcare.
- luminaryting h bird on the 18th will be a veritable pick'n'mix of underground
pop luminaries, performing short sets in a pseudo cabaret formation.
- luminarylooking forward to seeing her perform with the
other luminaries, who are all great talents in their own right.
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