Hilary Clinton and Rihanna and Tilda Swindon and Claire Danes.
I don't know: I'm too busy reading Jennifer Egan, Hilary Thayer Hamann, Vendela Vida, and Mary Karr.
Nick Lord, 25, wins commission to paint Booker Prize winner Hilary Mantel for a portrait which will hang in the British Library.
They mention that a former cia agent and someone who used to work for Hilary [sic] Clinton looked at the script.
Plus, more of our Book Bags from Hilary Mantel and James Fallows.
Then, not heeding Mrs. Hilary, I launched into an apostrophe.
She pulled one of her most impossible faces, and stormed back at Hilary.
She was a little, just a trifle anxious as to whether the conversation might not prove embarrassing for Doctor Hilary.
Miss Todd was sitting at her desk, and Hilary and Geraldine stood near her.
I want you to tell me, Mr. Hilary, whether there is the slightest foundation for what the papers say this morning?
masc. proper name, from Late Latin Hilarius, literally "cheerful," from Latin hilaris (see hilarity). The name was more popular in France than in England. The woman's name (Middle English Hillaria) seems to be merged with this from Eulalia, name of the patron saint of Barcelona, a Latinization of Greek eulalos "sweetly speaking." The Hilary sessions of British High Court and universities (1577) are from St. Hilarius, Bishop of Poitiers, obit. C.E. 368, whose feast day is Jan. 13.