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Hillis

[hil-is] /ˈhɪl ɪs/
noun
1.
Margaret, 1921–1998, U.S. orchestral conductor.
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  • "He'll get his neck wrung a-doing it sometime," rejoined Hillis.

    Travelers Five Along Life's Highway Annie Fellows Johnston
  • Miss Hillis and an imbecile young doctor made me believe I had a cold.

    The Man Between Amelia E. Barr
  • Sure were the world-renowned vaudeville team, Hunter an Hillis.

    Winona of the Camp Fire Margaret Widdemer
  • Now again the question comes up under the pastoral care of Dr. Hillis.

    Sixty years with Plymouth Church Stephen M. Griswold
  • Poor Miss Hillis has had a most comfortable time with me all summer.

    The Man Between Amelia E. Barr
  • The remarkable interest awakened lately by Mrs. Hillis' articles in "The Outlook" has inspired this helpful book.

  • As soon as my breakfast is over, I will see Hillis and determine what is best to be done in their case.

    The Underground Railroad William Still
  • Young Mrs. Courtland spoke of his improvement to Jimmy one morning as they watched him drive away with Hillis in the ranch surrey.

    Travelers Five Along Life's Highway Annie Fellows Johnston
  • The boarders heard the reason from Hillis, who came in in his shirt sleeves to wait on the table, in place of Mrs. Welsh.

    Travelers Five Along Life's Highway Annie Fellows Johnston
  • The style leaves little to be desired, for Dr. Hillis is, as we all know, a stylist.

    The Storm Centre Charles Egbert Craddock

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