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Gib·son

(gib'sŏn),
Kasson C., U.S. dentist, 1849-1925. See: Gibson bandage.

Gib·son

(gib'sŏn),
George A., Scottish physician, 1854-1913. See: Gibson murmur.
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It's fun, it's exciting, and everyone loves Krispy Kreme,'' said Judy Gibson, who works for a publishing company and specializes in Chamber of Commerce publications.
The younger Gibson originally got the idea about a year ago, he said, while working in Orange County and trying a Krispy Kreme doughnut there for the first time.
Gibson Senior Management and Board of Directors Fully Informed
The terms of all transactions were confirmed to Gibson in writing.
Gibson belongs to a sect called Traditionalism, which demands a return to the Catholicism of the early twentieth century.
Gibson is at war with a church that has betrayed not just him but "tradition" itself.
The most extreme case is that of the Gibson Cherry Sunburst Les Paul.
Gibson filed a third patent for the Moderne--with a small body resembling a hatchet blade--but none are known to exist.
Still, Gibson has denied in interviews that the movie seeks to put the blame for Jesus' death on Jews.