Gillespie


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Gil·les·pie

(gi-les'pē),
Frank, 20th-century U.S. ophthalmologist. See: Gillespie syndrome.
References in periodicals archive ?
Sheriff Gilchrist said: "The extent of the police involvement is quite extraordinary "You quite clearly have a relationship with Ms Gillespie and it's not in your interest and it's not in her interest.
The charges brought against Mr Gillespie related to the forging of signatures of a number of the bank's clients on documents during the process of providing financial advice.
Gillespie is a longtime lobbyist and political consultant, having worked for the likes of health insurance giant Anthem and fraudulent energy conglomerate Enron.
Mark Gillespie "I thought the first half, take away the first and last minute, we were the better team," said Whitney.
Gillespie had got on the bus at Perry Barr and went upstairs where Barrett-Hazle, aged 35 and from Smethwick, was already sat.
And Gillespie has noticed the winger pillaging the same areas he used to.
A county satement read: "Yorkshire County Cricket Club can confirm Jason Gillespie will leave his position as first-team coach at the end of the 2016 season.
The consensus, for the past week, was that the England and Wales Cricket Board would recruit former Australia fast bowler Gillespie in time for this summer's Ashes.
Gillespie lashed out during their chance meeting at Parklands Country Club in Newton Mearns, Glasgow, leaving Ross with stitches in his face.
Solicitor Graham Harding said Gillespie had sold items to associate Robert Duffin and may have used him to "conceal" other assets.
But within hours of police officers serving it on the retired premiership star, Gillespie texted her three times.
Kent-born Farbrace spent a couple of seasons working under Gillespie as second-team coach at Yorkshire before being snapped up on a two-year deal by Sri Lanka three months ago.