[wil-yuh m-suh n]
- Mount, a mountain in E California, in the Sierra Nevada N of Mount Whitney. 14,375 feet (4382 meters).
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As with most young prodigies, Williamson had very little experience with painting before picking up a brush at age five.
That was 2010, when Williamson was seven, less than two years after painting his first picture on a whim.
Adrian Hill, owner of the Picturecraft Gallery in Holt where Williamson lived at the time, organized the show.
Williamson “talks fluently and modestly about his art,” Barkham wrote.
Williamson stands by his record of rarely disappointing a customer when they are at a loss as to what suits them.The Harlem Hat Shop You Have to Visit
October 24, 2014
"We're in back of Williamson's hardware place," replied Ned.Frank Roscoe's Secret
In the vote for commander, William Crawford received 235, and Williamson 230.Chronicles of Border Warfare
Alexander Scott Withers
You are to watch over Miss Williamson and see that she resumes her calling.Australia Revenged
In 1897 the legislative work was conducted by Mrs. Williamson.
Mr. Williamson was dispatched to Borneo, and found all right.The Expedition to Borneo of H.M.S. Dido
- David. born 1942, Australian dramatist. His plays include Don's Party (1971), Emerald City (1987) and Brilliant Lies (1993)
- Henry. 1895–1977, British novelist, best known for Tarka the Otter (1927) and other animal stories
- Malcolm. 1931–2003, Australian composer, living in Britain: Master of the Queen's Music (1975–2003). His works include operas and music for children
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