Other articles related to "merrill":
... she finds friendship with a troubled young woman, Merrill, who has returned to town looking to deal with her past ... The sweetly innocent Emma allows the world-weary Merrill in some ways to reconnect with her own lost innocence, while Merrill, for her part ... mix of domestic strife is a love story desperately trying to emerge between Merrill and one of Emma's older brothers Clyde ...
... Monique Merrill (born May 29, 1969) is an American ski mountaineer and marathon mountain biker ... Merrill attended the Pine Crest School until 1987, and studied at University of Virginia until 1991 ...
... Merrill Lynch, a division of Bank of America Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, architectural firm USS Merrill (DD-976) Nine Men's Morris, a strategy board game also ...
... Siftables were created by David Merrill and Jeevan Kalanithi when they were graduate students at the MIT Media Lab ... Merrill and Kalanithi are friends from their undergraduate years at Stanford, where they both majored in symbolic systems, Merrill focusing on human-computer interaction and Kalanithi on artificial intelligence and ... Merrill and Kalanithi were surrounded by colleagues at the Media Lab who were working on wireless sensor networks (e.g ...
... Her husband George Merrill was the other half of Boy Meets Girl, who are best remembered for their 1988 hit "Waiting for a Star to Fall" ... Merrill and Rubicam first met in 1975 when both were performing at a wedding ... Merrill and Rubicam have one child, daughter Hilary, who appeared in their "Waiting for a Star to Fall" video (she's the young blonde) ...
Famous quotes containing the word merrill:
“He thought of certain human hearts, their climb
Through violence into exquisite disciplines
Of which, as it now appeared, they all expired.”
—James Merrill (b. 1926)
“Who told you youre allowed to rain on my parade?”
—Bob Merrill (b. 1921)
“God of justice, save the people
From the clash of race and creed,
From the strife of class and faction,
Make our nation free indeed;”
—William Pierson Merrill (18671954)