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“Mr. Hildreth is an identity consultant to cities, countries and companies.”
“Elsewhere, Chad Decker (Scott Wolf) and Ryan's girlfriend Valerie (Lourdes Benedicto) get shocking medical news, while the Visitors 'premiere medical officer Joshua (Mark Hildreth) is forced to commit an unspeakable atrocity towards an ally.”
“The spectacular architectural decorations of Hildreth Meière live on in landmarks across the country—from the medallions on the façade of Radio City Music Hall to the floors and ceilings of the Nebraska State Capitol.”
“Perhaps it was the romance of that word 'abroad' that finally tipped the scales, but by sixteen I had decided to be an artist and from then on, backed by the creative enthusiasm of my mother, I had only to follow my nose," Hildreth Meière wrote in 1946.”
“Now, Ms. Meière's work is being celebrated with an exhibit opening Friday at the Museum of Biblical Art, called "Walls Speak: The Narrative Art of Hildreth Meière.”
“That means encouraging adventurous makers such as James Taylor, James Hildreth and Alex Hales, all-rounders such as Ben Stokes, and solving the stand-off with Samit Patel.”
“As the 19th-century historian Richard Hildreth expressed it, what "is due to our fathers and ourselves" is to present our history "unbedaubed by patriotic rouge.”
“The Somerset players cheered loudly when Hildreth reached his century, and even Kieswetter celebrated more enthusiastically than he had on passing three figures himself with consecutive boundaries off Steven Mullaney seven overs earlier.”
“But he had to wait another 21 sweaty overs spanning six hours until a second breakthrough, and even then it came after he had turned to leg theory to dismiss James Hildreth with a nasty bouncer from around the wicket.”
“Somerset were in a mess at 48 for four when Kieswetter joined Hildreth before lunch, Marcus Trescothick having been undone when he drove at Andre Adams after surviving Broad's testing opening burst.”
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