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hill (hɪl)
1.  a.  a conspicuous and often rounded natural elevation of the earth's surface, less high or craggy than a mountain
 b.  (in combination): a hillside; a hilltop
2.  a.  a heap or mound made by a person or animal
 b.  (in combination): a dunghill
3.  an incline; slope
4.  over the hill
 a.  informal beyond one's prime
 b.  slang military absent without leave or deserting
5.  up hill and down dale strenuously and persistently
6.  to form into a hill or mound
7.  to cover or surround with a mound or heap of earth
[Old English hyll; related to Old Frisian holla head, Latin collis hill, Low German hull hill]

Hiller (ˈhɪlə)
Dame Wendy. 1912--2003, British actress. Her many films include Pygmalion (1938), Major Barbara (1940), and Separate Tables (1958)

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