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LIAT
   is based in   
Barbados
National flag carrier
Foliated
   is the heraldic term for   
Leaved
ALERT
   Means   
Affiliated League of Emergency Radio Teams
Trifoliata
   means   
3 Lobed
Sidney Gilliat
   directed   
The Constant Husband (1955)
Grey
   in Irish is   
Liath
Kansas Feather
   belongs to the genus   
Liatris
Defoliate
   means   
Strip Leaves from a Tree
Or bush or any plant, really. Also can be used as an adjective.
Scotch Thistle
   has the meaning   
Retaliation
Gay Feather
   belongs to the genus   
Liatris
Goliath & The Dragon (1960)
   starred   
Mark Forrest, Broderick Crawford and Philippe Hersent
Director: Vittorio Cottafavi.
Muffliato
   is used to   
Prevent People from Hearing Your Conversation
Fills people's ears with a buzzing sound
Shuah
   means   
Humiliation
Blazing Star
   has the Latin name   
Liatris Spicata
King Saul
   is played by Orson Welles in   
David & Goliath (1960)
Goliath
   appeared in   
The Hairy Ape (1944)
Gorilla
Brice Marden
   painted   
Humiliatio
1978, oil and wax on canvas; Ludwig Museum, Cologne
Gene Wolfe
   won the Nebula Award with   
The Claw of the Conciliator
1981 Nebula award winner
Ross Rebagliati
   has excelled in   
Snowboard
First to ever win a Olympic Gold medal for snowboarding.
Valerian
   means   
Conciliation
Dane Cook
   released   
Retaliation (2005)
Goliath Birdeater Tarantula
   has the Latin name   
Theraphosa Blondi
Theraphosidae Family
Madama Butterfly
   features the duet   
Vogliatemi Bene
Butterfly pleads with Pinkerton to "Love me, please"
Goliath
   means   
Revolution
Goliath Pinkfoot Tarantula
   has the Latin name   
Theraphosa Apophysis
Theraphosidae Family
David
   and   
Goliath
Am Fear Liath Mòr
   is described as a   
Humanoid Primate
Unconfirmed, from Scotland
Josefina De Vasconcellos
   created the sculpture   
Reconciliation, 1977
David and Goliath
   was made in   
Turkey
Engraved silver plate, c. 629; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York






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