Fairest may refer to:

  • Fairest (novel), a 2006 fantasy novel by Gail Carson Levine
  • Fairest (comics), an ongoing monthly Vertigo comic series by Bill Willingham

Other articles related to "fairest":

Matthew Liptak - Honours
... Malcolm Blight Medal 1996 (club best and fairest) ... Preceded by Matthew Connell Adelaide Best and Fairest winner 1996 Succeeded by Andrew McLeod Malcolm Blight Medal · Adelaide Football Club Best and Fairest ...
Athene - Mythology - The Judgment of Paris
... she arrived with a golden apple inscribed with the word καλλίστῃ (kallistēi, "for the fairest"), which she threw among the goddesses ... Aphrodite, Hera, and Athena all claimed to be the fairest, and thus the rightful owner of the apple ... to Paris that if he were to choose her as the fairest he would have the most beautiful mortal woman in the world as a wife, and he accordingly chose her ...
Denis Marshall (footballer) - Early Life and Playing Career
... Marshall won four best and fairest awards with Claremont and was runner up in the 1962 Sandover Medal award for the fairest and best player in the WANFL ... from 1964 to 1968 but won the Cats' best-and-fairest in 1966 and was second in the Brownlow Medal in 1968 before returning to Perth at the age of 27 ...
List Of Brisbane Lions Players - Brisbane Lions Players
1997–2000 1997 Matthew Clarke 13. 1997–1999 Best Fairest (1997) 1997 Danny Dickfos 0. 1997–1999 1997 Adrian Fletcher 1997 ... Andrew Gowers 2. 1997–1999 1997 Shaun Hart 96. 1997–20 ...
William Leitch Medal
... an annual award which was presented to the Best and Fairest player in the TANFL/TFL Statewide League ... in December 2000), the award was suspended until its revival in 2004, awarded to the best and fairest player in the SFL Premier League and from 2009, awarded ...

Famous quotes containing the word fairest:

    Thou loving soul with that unlovely face,
    Thou foulest offspring of the fairest race,
    Cease to lament: had Nature meant him kind,
    She’d not have made him lame, but struck him blind.
    Horace Walpole (1717–1797)

    Beauty sat bathing by a spring,
    Where fairest shades did hide her;
    The winds blew calm, the birds did sing,
    The cool streams ran beside her.
    My wanton thoughts enticed mine eye
    To see what was forbidden:
    But better memory said Fie;
    So vain desire was chidden—
    Anthony Munday (1553–1633)

    Yet fairest blossome do not slight
    That age which you may know so soon:
    The rosie Morn resignes her light,
    And milder glory to the Noon:
    And then what wonder shall you do,
    Whose dawning beauty warms us so?
    Edmund Waller (1606–1687)