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killer-diller

n. an excellent thing or person. She is just a real killer-diller.

thriller-diller

(ˈθrɪlɚˈdɪlɚ)
n. something like a movie, book, or television program that is thrilling. (see also whodunit.) The film was a real thriller-diller. I remember having to force myself to exhale.
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Cambridge), Consolidated Telco (Lincoln), Consortia Consulting (Omaha), Diller Telephone Co.
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The Hudson River Park Trust (HRPT) and The Diller --von Furstenberg Family Foundation announced plans to turn Pier 54 on the lower west side into a public park and performance.
COMEDIAN Phyllis Diller had a unique outlook on life which kept everybody laughing.
At a recent conference, Diller spoke on the potential impact of patient monitoring equipment and telemedicine on long-term care.
Diller paved the way for today's crop of female comics, including Joan Rivers.
In a conference call to analysts on Wednesday, Barry Diller, IAC's founder and chairman, said the company's media unit is on track to lose close to $40 million this year -- higher than what had been predicted -- and expects to lose $23 million in 2013.
PHYLLIS Diller, one of America's first female standup comedy stars, died yesterday aged 95.
IAC) chief Barry Diller, who owns the majority stake in the company, has revealed.
3 December 2010 -- Barry Diller will resign from the post of chief executive of InterActiveCorp (NASDAQ:IACI), or IAC, after signing a deal to buy Liberty Media's (NASDAQ:LCAPA) stake of 12.
13 among "builders and titans;" the FDIC's Sheila Bair and Ponzi schemer Bernie Madoff, coming in at 14th and 20th, respectively, on the same list; and architects Elizabeth Diller and Ricardo Scofidio of Diller Scofidio + Renfro, 10th among "artists and entertainers.
Shamrat had an on-again off-again relationship with Na'aman Diller, one of Israel's most notorious burglars in the 1960s and 1970s.