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gemel

(ˈdʒɛməl)
n
obsolete a twin; one of a pair
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(Hey, they can't all be Robert Lax, Jimmer Fredette, and Gore Vidal.)
Grandma of Natasha, Lee and Dean, great grandma of Tyler, Harvey and Lilly, loving sister of Jimmer, Heather, Ruth and Gillian, sister in law of Lorraine and loving partner of Alec.
--Guard Jimmer Fredette has left the Warriors' summer league team after playing in two games, Golden State summer league coach Aaron Miles told reporters.
Last May 30, 2019, Caraga cops distributed 200 recycled bags during the Community Outreach Program conducted in Sitio Macopa, Barangay Poblacion, Carmen, Agusan del Norte in tribute to the late Police Executive Master Sergeant Jimmer Omisol who was killed by CPP-NPA Terrorists in Barangay Tagcatong, Carmen, Agusan del Norte.
'Nakikiramay ang Komisyon sa pagkamatay ni Police Executive Master Sergeant Jimmer Omisol.
Sharks import Jimmer Fredette sank three free throws with no time left on a foul attempting a triple to seal the deal, 78-77.
Former Brigham Young star Jimmer Fredette never quite caught on in the NBA but he has lit up the scoreboard in China.
Love you Sunny Jimmer xxx JONES JOHN To The Best Dad In The World, That's My Dad.
A Father's Legacy is an excellent resource for physical education classrooms or for parents and children to share at home, and includes interviews/footage from renowned athletes and coaches including LaVell Edwards, Kyle Whittingham, Bronco Mendenhall, Haloti Ngata, Brandon Doman, Vai Sikahema, Chad Lewis, Paul Kruger, Jimmer Fedette, and more.
People familiar with the moves say the New Orleans Pelicans have agreed to contract terms with guard Jimmer Fredette and forward Darius Miller.
ix), Bowman's use of that expression did not appear freighted with sociological significance: he did not appear to be invoking the category "NRM." Bowman was aware that "to many other Americans, Mormonism remains a faith on the fringe," but he countered that perception, rhetorically, by describing Mormonism as a religion that "looms large in presidential politics and pop culture," naming Mitt Romney, Stephenie Meyer, Jimmer Fredette, and Stephen Covey as recognizable Mormon celebrities.