If Hilary indeed runs for president, how will she frame the Obama legacy?
“There was criticism like, ‘Hilary’s terribly bee stung lips got in the way of me seeing the character,” she says.
For example, Manhattan billionaire Wilbur Ross and his wife Hilary Geary were cautious in buying.
masc. proper name, from Late Latin Hilarius, literally "cheerful," from Latin hilaris (see hilarity). The name was more popular in France than in England. The woman's name (Middle English Hillaria) seems to be merged with this from Eulalia, name of the patron saint of Barcelona, a Latinization of Greek eulalos "sweetly speaking." The Hilary sessions of British High Court and universities (1577) are from St. Hilarius, Bishop of Poitiers, obit. C.E. 368, whose feast day is Jan. 13.