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(gil'fŏrd),
Hastings, English physician, 1861-1941. See: Hutchinson-Gilford disease, Hutchinson-Gilford syndrome.
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Look at Lady Jane Grey," he says; "look at Gilford Dudley; look at old Northumberland
Signed diversions will be in place via Knock Road and Bleary Road for traffic travelling from Gilford Road towards Drumnacanvy and via Long Lane for traffic traveling towards Gilford.
Maley is a 25-year financial services industry leader with the majority of his career with Gilford Securities and Gilford Financial Corp.
Bank of New Hampshire recently donated $2,500 to Gilford Got Lunch to provide breakfast and lunches to children of the Gilford community.
ELEVEN members of the Gilford Manchester City Supporters' Club recently celebrated their 40th anniversary at a corporate presentation lunch in the Etihad Stadium's Legends Lounge.
Representatives for the star and her husband, Friday Night Lights actor Zach Gilford, confirmed the news to Mirror Celebs.
RUTH GILFORD (FUNDRAISING AND MARKETING MANAGER): We are very privileged to have a Signed Wales Six Nations Rugby Shirt, signed by the Welsh Squad 2014 which we are currently raffling at Rugby Clubs in our area.
USPRwire, Wed Feb 20 2013] Gilford Securities, a full-service investment firm, headquartered in New York City, announced a change in recommendation on three companies within the Business Development Sector (BDC sector) including Fifth Street Finance (FSC), Medley Capital Corp.
The war of words broke out after Lucille McLauchlan, 31, pictured, from Dundee, was told of her sentence of eight years imprisonment and 500 lashes in the Saudi jail where she is being held over the killing of Australian Yvonne Gilford.
Gilford brought Smith's perishable donation partnership between stores and local food banks to its highest level of participation last year, creating 1.
BLACK CAVIAR'S dramatic triumph in the Golden Jubilee last month will live long in the memory and the day will also be fondly remembered by Ascot's long-serving head groundsman Gil Gilford, who retired after this year's royal meeting.
Progeria was first described in 1886 by Jonathan Hutchinson2 and also described independently in 1897 by Hastings Gilford.