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 (gĕr′ē), Elbridge 1744-1814.
American politician. A signer of the Declaration of Independence (1776) and a delegate to the Continental Congress (1776-1780 and 1783-1785), he served as governor of Massachusetts (1810-1811) and as vice president of the United States (1813-1814) under James Madison.
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(ˈgɛr i)

Elbridge, 1744–1814, U.S. vice president 1813–14.
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"Good for you, Gerry," a strong, fresh voice behind them declared.
"That's all right," the young man interrupted, "only you mustn't think I'm a gas-bag just because I said a word or two here before Gerry and Olive and you, old fellow."
"You'll have to wake him up a bit, Gerry, if you mean to get any fun out of life."
"I regard it as an honour and a challenge at the same time," said Gerry, whom Sting called his mentor in his recent autobiography.
I'm not exactly sure when Gerry and I became husband and wife.
Gerry, who was also a talented graphic artist, was probably more closely attuned to the art world than was Bob.
WITH a name like Gerry Cottle it might have seemed inevitable that the son of one of Britain's top circus impresarios would follow in the family tradition.
The society chose the life of Wolverhampton Wanderers legend Gerry Harris to be the main feature of the exhibition, as he was born in Claverley and lived in the village most of his life.
SIXTIES pop icon Gerry Marsden, famous for hit Ferry Across the Mersey, is hanging up his guitar after almost 60 years of touring.
Ailyn Agonia DOHA GERRY'S Grill Al Nasser once again opened its doors to its patrons when it officially re-launched the branch in Doha on Monday.