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Gell

(gel),
Philip G.H., 20th-century British immunologist. See: Gell and Coombs reactions.
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I don't like to fly i' the face o' Providence, but it seems hard as I should have but one gell, an' her so comical.
Take it upstairs, there's a good gell, an' let your hair be brushed, an' put your other pinafore on, an' change your shoes, do, for shame; an' come an' go on with your patchwork, like a little lady.
To think of a gell o' your age wanting to go and sit with half-a-dozen men
I never had a gell come into my house as seemed to know what cleaning was; I think people live like pigs, for my part.
I could almost fancy it was thirty years back, and I was a little gell at home, looking at Judith as she sat at her work, after she'd done the house up; only it was a little cottage, Father's was, and not a big rambling house as gets dirty i' one corner as fast as you clean it in another--but for all that, I could fancy you was your Aunt Judith, only her hair was a deal darker than yours, and she was stouter and broader i' the shoulders.
Well, mayhap that'll do, as it's a little gell, for they're easier persuaded to sit i' one place nor the lads.
riki," says DOC Auckland Inner Islands Operations Manager, Keith Gell.
His partner and passenger, Ann Marie Dewhurst, and a second woman, Karen Gell, who was in another car, both died in the accident on September 3, 2016.
A Unesco world heritage site, Parc Gell is a public park that sits on a hill.
Mae llun o'r gell, copi o wyneb ddalen un o lyfrau Tolkein, a chynllun manwl iawn o'r carchar.
Lauren Parfitt's fine treble put her team in a commanding position, but Sosobad fought back as Andy Burge and Chris Dean both defeated Alice Jones and Katie Gell.
But Ron Gell, 66, a resident at Savile Close, said rubbish had piled up in the eight large, four wheeled, bins at the complex.