gaby


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gaby

(ˈɡeɪbɪ)
n, pl -bies
archaic or dialect a simpleton
[C18: of unknown origin]
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His wrath, then, was proportionately violent when he was aware of two boys, who stopped close by him, and one of whom, a fat gaby of a fellow, pointed at him and called him "Young mammy-sick
She is still whimpering after that gaby of a husband--dead (and served right
Everyone who has dealt with Gaby since he arrived last summer has found him superb to work with.
Dr Gaby has overset the standard in our profession for utilizing evidence-based science to inform our clinical protocols.
Antony Caulfield, one of the trustees and a partner at Gaby Hardwicke, recently presented [pounds sterling]5,000 to NARA - The Breathing Charity to be used for the promotion of active and independent living, health and care for elderly people in East Sussex.
Everyone in my family is a lawyer," Gaby told Latino Leaders Magazine.
Gaby, who has daughters Libbi, 14, and Amelie, nine, and is married to publisher David Osman, also revealed she was mugged for her mobile a couple of years ago - in the very same area.
On Channel 5's The Wright Stuff yesterday, Gaby said: "I asked them to pick it up and they punched me in the face in front of my kids.
Dunn said: "We have all the sympathy with Gaby and her family but the company doesn't have the ability to pay the fine.
Gaby herself does not remember her life as a Rephaim and struggles to regain some sense of equilibrium and understanding.
Her mother, Jackie, sadly died from lung cancer when Gaby was only 32, while her father, Clive, survived bowel cancer (both he and Gaby now campaign for more awareness of the disease).
Gaby appears to be caught between the two men who are always looking for a reason to pounce at each other, but she has a secret agenda.