Michael Patrick, Baron. 1928–2007, British judge; chairman of the Committee on Standards in Public Life (1994–97)
Sir Sidney. 1917–92, Australian painter, whose works explore themes in Australian folklore
[nawl-duh] /ˈnɔl də/ noun 1. Emil (Emil Hansen) 1867–1956, German painter. /German ˈnɔldə/ noun 1. Emil (ˈeːmiːl). 1867–1956, German painter and engraver, noted particularly for his violent use of colour and the primitive masklike quality of his figures
[noh-lens woh-lens; English noh-lenz voh-lenz] /ˈnoʊ lɛns ˈwoʊ lɛns; English ˈnoʊ lɛnz ˈvoʊ lɛnz/ adverb, Latin. 1. whether willing or not; willy-nilly. /ˈnəʊlɛnz ˈvəʊlɛnz/ adverb 1. whether willing or unwilling
[nol-i-chuhk-ee] /ˌnɒl ɪˈtʃʌk i/ noun 1. a river in W North Carolina and E Tennessee, flowing NW and W to the French Broad River. 150 miles (241 km) long.
[noh-lahy mee tan-juh-ree, noh-lee; Latin noh-lee me tahng-ge-re] /ˈnoʊ laɪ mi ˈtæn dʒə ri, ˈnoʊ li; Latin ˈnoʊ li mɛ ˈtɑŋ gɛˌrɛ/ noun 1. a person or thing that must not be touched or interfered with. 2. a picture representing Jesus appearing to Mary Magdalene after his resurrection. 3. Also, noli-me-tangere. the touch-me-not. /ˈnəʊlɪˌmeɪˈtæŋɡərɪ/ noun […]