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Gillingham

(ˈdʒɪlɪŋəm)
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(Placename) a town in SE England, in Medway unitary authority, Kent, on the Medway estuary: former dockyards. Pop: 98 403 (2001)
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? City are unbeaten in their last eight home wins against Gillingham. ?
Luton 2 Gillingham 2 STEVE LOVELL was disappointed his Gillingham side did not end leaders Luton's lengthy unbeaten run.
The veteran Bluebirds boss (above) is desperate to avoid an upset when his side travel to Gillingham this afternoon.
The Costa Rican left-back missed the 4-1 midweek win at Gillingham after suffering a knock in last weekend's win over Scunthorpe United at the Stadium of Light.
AS THE second-top scorers in League One, it's perhaps not a great surprise that Gillingham win their share of corners as well, writes Steve Davies.
However, Lady Mary "comes to a decision regarding Lord Gillingham," according to the synopsis of Episode 4 of "Downton Abbey" Season 5.
PAUL Downing insists Walsall have now consigned the past seven days to the history books after finishing a rollercoaster week with a point and clean sheet against Gillingham.
GILLINGHAM 0 NEWCASTLE UNITED 1 ALAN PARDEW fielded what was arguably his strongest ever Newcastle United team in a domestic cup tie at Gillingham - and his big players rewarded him with a much-needed win.
GILLINGHAM 3 PORTVALE 2 LATE goals from Chris Robertson and Jordan Hugill could not prevent Port Vale from slipping to a narrow defeat at Gillingham.
Cleveland, OH, September 15, 2011 --(PR.com)-- Bob Gillingham Ford is honored to support our Veterans by partnering up with Three-Deuce-Five Marine Foundation for their 3rd Annual Charity Golf Outing, Friday, September, 16, at Bunker Hill Golf Course in Medina, Ohio.
NO shortage of fall-out from the final day of the League One campaign, which saw Gillingham drop into the last of the relegation places while Tranmere survived and Hartlepool held on by a whisker in 20th place, in spite of the three-point deduction imposed last week by the Football League.
Design for a New Europe, by John Gillingham. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2006.