Gullage

Gull´age


n.1.Act of being gulled.
Had you no quirk.
To avoid gullage, sir, by such a creature?
- B. Jonson
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Contractor address : 8 Gullage Avenue, Corner Brook, NL A2H 7J4,
Gullage and her husband, John, of Billerica; her companion of more than 30 years, Paul J.
He also toured the mining community of Bell Island, Conception Bay, and travelled from Port aux Basques along the hard-hit south coast of Newfoundland aboard the SS Glencoe, a coastal boat under the command of Captain John Gullage.
For Farmers Insurance, which licenses models from AIR and RMS, a regionalized approach to modeling helps determine expected losses on its balance sheet and "probabilistic outputs of frequently expected events," said Vice President of Reinsurance Derek Gullage.
Peter Gullage, "Come-By-Chance Refinery Vows to Cut Emissions" (Platt's Oilgram News, August 5, 1998).
The small, curious world of Gullage's begins with Jimmy Gullage (Frank Barry) losing his father's taxi stand in a card game to a venal, bestial refugee from the outport town of Dildo, Pis Parsons (Michael Wade).
William MacGillivray's Gullages, the first national CBC series to be made in Newfoundland, premieres.