Phyllis King, The Common Sense Psychic I have a very strong sense that he is on water on a vessel of some sort.
Her friends Phyllis Cunningham, 75, and Eva-Lee Baird, 74, stood with her.
Osborn is backed by FreedomWorks, Concerned Women for America, and Phyllis Schafly.
The body of Phyllis McClinton was found in a nearby field in South Los Angeles.
Davis, his former No. 2, already decamped; another senior executive, Phyllis McGrady, is in transition as she takes some time off.
He called up the subject at once, and we have seen the close of his interview with Phyllis.
Persons of our rank do not marry like the Corydon and Phyllis of a pastoral.
Phyllis was just coming into the dining-room, with her son frolicking about her.
Phyllis interrupted him with an impatient laugh, but said no more.
The children, already sitting in a decorous ring on their low chairs, seemed after the first surprise to approve of Phyllis.
fem. proper name, generic proper name for a comely rustic maiden in pastoral poetry (1630s), from Latin Phyllis, a girl's name in Virgil, Horace, etc., from Greek Phyllis, female name, literally "foliage of a tree," from phyllon leaf," from PIE *bholyo- "leaf," from root *bhel- (3) "to thrive, bloom," possibly identical with *bhel- (2) "to blow, inflate, swell" (see bole). In English, often spelled Phillis, probably from influence of phil- "loving." Her sweetheart usually was Philander.