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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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Gibson said many of their customers at the new store are using them for boarding in Grafton.
Gibson, 53, a staunch Catholic, was raised in Australia and was one of the highest paid and most popular actors in the world in the 1990s.
Mrs Gibson is seeking jewellery and earnings and assets she accrued after the couple separated, and a share of the money and assets Gibson, 53, has earned during his nearly three decades as a Hollywood hitmaker.
Robyn Gibson is seeking jewelry and earnings and assets she accrued after the couple separated, and a share of the money and assets Gibson, 53, has earned during his nearly three decades as a Hollywood hitmaker.
After decades of selling to large customers, such as publishers and department stores, primarily through distributors, Gibson Holders now also sells directly to consumers, through its Web site and its recently opened showroom in west Eugene.
The Enemy Is Still Here!: A Reorganized Synthesis of The War Is Now!, November 1994-March 2003 by Hutton Gibson Faith & Freedom Publishing.
Eric Gibson, 59, and his son Simon, 31, were given five years, while Patricia Gibson, 53, received 15 months.
"The audience is incredibly loyal," said Eric Gibson of The Gibson Brothers.
The Gibsons' Lochmead Dairy processes more than 1.5 million gallons of milk and a half-million gallons of ice cream per year.
However, the disagreement arose after the Gibsons submitted a pet request form which was subsequently turned down.
After the Second World War another daughter of Gibson's, Margaret 'Peggie', enlisted the support of others, including a committee of high-powered individuals, for a full scale biography to be undertaken.
"Look at a guitar that sells for $12,000," says Gibson's Juszkiewicz, "then look at a diamond that sells for the same amount of money.