Gilchrist


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Gilchrist

(ˈɡɪlkrɪst)
n
(Biography) Adam (Craig). born 1971, Australian cricketer; a wicketkeeper-batsman, he took an Australian-record 416 dismissals in tests (1999–2008) and a world-record 472 dismissals in ODIs (1996–2008); his 33 international centuries is a record for a wicketkeeper
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The lower of the three is Gilchrist, a fine scholar and athlete, plays in the Rugby team and the cricket team for the college, and got his Blue for the hurdles and the long jump.
He is taller than the Indian, not so tall as Gilchrist.
Now, Soames, I am going to ask you to have the great kindness to go up to the room of young Gilchrist, and to ask him to step down into yours.
Gilchrist, we are all quite alone here, and no one need ever know one word of what passes between us.
Gilchrist, sir, I never said a word--never one word
For a moment Gilchrist, with upraised hand, tried to control his writhing features.
Of the centre table I could make nothing, until in your description of Gilchrist you mentioned that he was a long-distance jumper.
Time was, sir, when I was butler to old Sir Jabez Gilchrist, this young gentleman's father.
Paranoid schizophrenic Jermaine Gilchrist, of Huddersfield, stabbed his mother to death while on bail for a knife attack on his ex-partner as she cradled their baby.
Dubai Australian legend Adam Gilchrist is relishing the opportunity of a fresh set of challenges as the new captain of the Kings Punjab XI in the lucrative IPL starting next week.
The decision comes years after Gilchrist reluctantly removed the flag from city hall after the Freedom From Religion Foundation responded to a complaint from a local resident and informed Gilchrist that it's unconstitutional for government to endorse a specific religion.
ALLY GILCHRIST is 'buzzing' to join Shamrock Rovers at the second time of asking.