Gibson


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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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The girls realised there wasn't even a "dag-gone hot dog stand" named for Gibson.
An unhappy Gibson began moving toward Williams and was restrained by teammates, who attempted to usher him off the floor.
Gibson demonstrates diligence and patriotism in every step she takes while representing Liberia.
Evocatively illustrated, "Self-Exposure" presents Gibson's life story alongside his photographic work.
Mr Davison said Gibson struck a number of blows, leaving the victim badly bruised.
Gibson was left out of Boro's 2-2 draw at Millwall yesterday to give him the opportunity to discuss terms with the Clarets.
Gibson guitars have been esteemed by generations of guitar legends.
In her subsequent police interview Gibson said she had met a man called 'Gaz' while walking her dog who had offered her PS30 to allow a parcel to be delivered.
Gibson also reiterated the fact that he has been a good father to his son despite rumors that he's been abusing her physically.
She then teamed up with Gibson and his sister Gemma to take top place in the mixed team kata event.
"Although they didn't go into great detail, Glenn got the impression that Gibson's highly publicized rant against Jews happened in a moment of weakness," said the post.
The Toffees are already looking at replacements and Boro's England Under-21 international Gibson is their No.1 target for this summer.