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  • They were arranged in a row before Silken Web, more often called Silkie, whom they were courting, and Silkie was waiting, ready to accept the spider who did best.

    The Cheerful Cricket and Others

  • 'gliff' in the night from the apparition of 'Silkie' -- so he informed me the lady was called locally.

    Border Ghost Stories

  • Top of the Pecking Order Award: Tori Spelling's pet Silkie chicken Coco steals the spotlight on Millionaire Matchmaker when Patti Stanger brings an old-school chauvinist to show that the Beverly Hills, 90210 star was a modern woman who could have it all: a family, a career ... and a bird prized by Top Chef Masters and Chinese cuisine enthusiasts alike.

    Top Moments: It Takes Two on Glee Project, True Blood Dreams Up an Unsexy Threesome

  • West Londoner Solomon Rose, AKA Silkie, has regularly been touted as dubstep's answer to LTJ Bukem, and his sleek, soulful productions on Mala's Deep Medi Musik or his own Anti-Social Entertainment are certainly a world away from the boorish, browbeating stuff that's given dubstep a bad name in recent times.

    Clubs picks of the week

  • Silkie appears at Found alongside his regular partner in crime Quest and similarly minded Bristol DJ-producer Phaeleh.

    Clubs picks of the week

  • With his friend Rene's wife Silkie, he was warm and kind.

    Our Neighbors

  • First I presented Jane, the Silkie, who was in a separate basket.

    The Chicken Chronicles

  • The other Sebright was missing, as was Zelda, the female Silkie.

    The Chicken Chronicles

  • Silkie | Petite slipped alongside the other two cars.

    argh

  • Silkie says, "Iit's hard not to imagine the cab snorting," She's waaaaaay out of your league, buddy, "to the Avalon."

    argh

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