Synonyms for ghilchik or Related words with ghilchik

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Examples of "ghilchik"
He was for many years an active member of the Wapping Group of Artists, who met regularly and exhibited yearly at the Mall Galleries; other members included Jack Merriott, Max Hofler, Hugh Boycott Brown and David Ghilchik.
David Louis Ghilchik (7 April 1892 Botoșani, Romania – 1972 Poplar, London), was a painter, and cartoonist for "Punch Magazine" and the "Daily Sketch". His surname is sometimes wrongly given as 'Ghilchip'.
58. Ghilchik, M.W., Tobaruela, M., del Rio-Garcia,J. and Smyth, D.G. (2000) The TRH-like peptide pGlu-Phe-Pro amide is present in rat and human mammary gland and is secreted in the milk. Biochem. Biophys. Acta, 1475, 55-60.
Josephine Matley Duddle (1890–1981, Mosman, Sydney) was the daughter of James Duddle, a musician and college student tutor from Lancashire, and his wife Ellen. She was married in 1915 to the cartoonist and painter David Louis Ghilchik. Josephine was a student at the Manchester School of Art, where she met David, a fellow student. Her siblings were Robert, Marion, and Charles.
Josephine became noted for her postcards featuring children and fairies, most of her work being produced in the period between World War I and World War II. She belonged to the Royal Institute of Oil Painters and the Society of Women Artists. Her painted landscapes and portraits were usually signed 'Josephine Ghilchik'. She wrote and illustrated two books - ""One, Two, Buckle My Shoe"" (1916) and ""Kittles of Toy Town"" (London; New York: R. Tuck & Sons).
He was the son of Abraham Josef Ghilchik, who traded in lace and linen, and his wife Sali. The family settled in Salford in 1920, where David enrolled at the Manchester School of Art and studied under Adolphe Valette from 1907 to 1915. At the School he met fellow student Josephine Matley Duddle (1890–1981), marrying her in Chelsea in the last quarter of 1915. Their daughter Sybil later became an opera singer with the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company, marrying Irish tenor Terence O'Donoghue and emigrating to Australia in 1956. David continued his studies at the Slade School of Fine Art under Henry Tonks and Ambrose McEvoy.