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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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Diller's life story would have made excellent fodder for a Movie of the Week much like the ones he pioneered while working at ABC.
Throughout his weekend visit to Ocean Galleries (9618 Third Avenue, Stone Harbor), the talented artist will be working on a special painting created specifically for the Diller Blind Home.
Comedian Phyllis Diller has died at age 95, TMZ reported Monday.
Al Zezula and Michelle Diller of Hagedom Communications
Barry Diller knows TV and movies, home shopping and online mortgages.
Scanning: The Aberrant Architectures of Diller + Scofidio
Positioning architecture in a 'conceptual territory of the real and virtual' are Liz Diller and Rick Scofidio (born 1935, and so destabilizing the group age profile).
In connection with the transaction, Barry Diller, Chairman and Senior Executive of Expedia Group, and his family foundation, exchanged shares of common stock of Expedia Group for shares of Expedia Group Class B common stock held by Liberty Expedia.
Scope: US-based design studio Diller Scofidio + Renfro has unveiled its design of a linear park that will run alongside the River Thames in London, UK.
Hunt Capital Holdings, a leading real asset investment firm, has announced it has named Rachel Diller as Senior Managing Director and Head of Private Real Estate Equity Strategies, the company said.
Diller Vacation Home for Blind Children (Avalon, NJ), providing them with a unique painting experience to work alongside her, creating art that will be used to raise funds for the Diller Home.
(1) University of California San Francisco, Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center, Department of Urology, San Francisco, CA, USA;
AS PART OF Artforum's ongoing series of conversations about museum architecture, senior editor Julian Rose interviews ELIZABETH DILLER, whose decades-long practice has upended conventional ways of building, straying into performance, video, sculpture, and politics.
Last August, Julie Averbach from Short Hills, NJ was awarded $36,000 by the Helen Diller Family Foundation in recognition of her commitment to tikkun olam (repair the world).
Groden, Weidenman, and Diller begin with a self-instruction section through which teachers, parents, and other interested individuals can learn and practice the relaxation protocol before beginning to teach it to someone else.