Gillian


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Gil´li`an


n.1.A girl; esp., a wanton; a gill.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Bernadette Rizzi-Allan, headteacher at St Pius, said: "Gillian is valued and respected by the parents and staff at the school.
GILLIAN Findlay has responded to a recent request for information about Shephard's of Gateshead with a great set of pictures which will bring memories flooding back for a lot of shoppers who once used this great store.
HARDY Gillian Orrell's daring December dip in the icy River Tyne has given her good cause a timely boost.
Gillian Duffy: My family have voted Labour all their lives.
YR wythnos hon ar Cofio, yr actores, cantores a'r ddigrifwraig amryddawn Gillian Elisa fydd yn hel atgofion am ei bywyd a'i gyrfa gyda Heledd Cynwal.
MUM Gillian Mchendry thought her luck was in when she spotted an advert offering a puppy free to a good home.
TERRY GILLIAN FOR MEDICAL MALPRACTICE ARISING OUT OF BREAST AUGMENTATION SURGERY.
The brains behind You Are What You Eat, Gillian McKeith, has changed the lives of some of Britain's worst eaters.
Last week, father-of-seven Arthur George Carr, 62, was jailed for nine years for the manslaughter of Gillian Carr - despite the fact that her remains have never been found.
Concordia was founded in 1994 by the international soprano Gillian Humphreys, with Yehudi Menuhin as its patron.
The Rotary Club of Thornhill and District welcomed new member Gillian Ross at their latest meeting.