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 (gĭl′mən), Charlotte Anna Perkins 1860-1935.
American feminist, writer, and editor known for the short story "The Yellow Wallpaper" (1892) and for the utopian fantasy Herland (1915).
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Gil•man

(ˈgɪl mən)

n.
Charlotte Anna Perkins, 1860–1935, U.S. author and feminist.
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My cherries have all been stolen by those scamps of Gilman boys from the Glen."
"Now, now, Cornelia," remonstrated Captain Jim, who had been reading a sea novel in a corner of the living room, "you shouldn't say that about those two poor, motherless Gilman boys, unless you've got certain proof.
As for the robins' legs if robins have great, big, bare, sunburned legs, with ragged trousers hanging on 'em, such as I saw up in my cherry tree one morning at sunrise last week, I'll beg the Gilman boys' pardon.
Gilman, the President of Johns Hopkins University, who had been made chairman of the judges of award in connection with the Atlanta Exposition:--
Gilman; and then take Kropotkin's Fields, Factories, and Workshops, and read about the new science of agriculture, which has been built up in the last ten years; by which, with made soils and intensive culture, a gardener can raise ten or twelve crops in a season, and two hundred tons of vegetables upon a single acre; by which the population of the whole globe could be supported on the soil now cultivated in the United States alone!
Kwiterovich III was appointed assistant head of school at Gilman School after serving as head of middle school for the past 10 years.
Resentment and rivalry strike early and often in "Twilight Bowl," Chicago playwright Rebecca Gilman's latest world-premiere play for the Goodman Theatre.
Elisabeth Gilman: Crusader for Justice is the biography of a truly remarkable and strong-willed woman.
Gilman International Scholarship Program, which targets students traditionally underrepresented in study abroad programs by offering scholarships for credit-bearing study or internships abroad to U.S.
Gilman, primarily a historian of Renaissance literature but driven by a personal passion for his subject, proposes we take these marginal references as central focus.
(TSX: WFT) has acquired six sawmills and a finger joint mill from the Howard Gilman Foundation and other shareholders for around USD 430m, the company said.