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Gil·mer

(gil'mĕr),
Thomas L., U.S. oral surgeon, 1849-1931. See: Gilmer wiring.
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Gilmer County, alleged that Deputy Clerk Debbie Allen and others in the Gilmer County Clerk's Office harassed the couple and treated them with disfavor, largely because of the clerks' religious beliefs.
"I'm not sure that you can point to an industrial process anywhere that has seen the kind of efficiency and improvements that you've seen on the drilling side," Gilmer said.
As director of the University of Houston's Bauer Institute for Regional Forecasting, Gilmer sees Houston as having developed into something more akin to two related energy clusters--upstream, with its lock on oil service companies, and downstream, which extends along the petrochemical crescent, running from Corpus Christi, through Houston on over to New Orleans and Baton Rouge.
"I wish both of them would have handled it differently but from what I understand, Troy is OK," Gilmer said.
Gilmer, associate professor of clinical psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Northwestern University, Chicago.
Gilmer said that everyone would agree to the fact that the rapper is one of the most creative and unique artists of our time.
Held on a small urban farm, the dinner brought celebrity chef Danny Boome, USFRA Faces of Farming and Ranching winners Chris Chinn and Will Gilmer, representatives from the pork industry, Texas cattle ranchers and CommonGround volunteers together with food-centric female bloggers for a farm-fresh meal and fresh conversation on farming.
Instead, the 8th Circuit relied on "more than two decades of pro-arbitration Supreme Court precedent," including the high court's rulings in Shearson and Gilmer v.
"Each year we look for a huge global artist that we feel has had an elevated profile that year," said Bruce Gilmer, executive producer of the EMAs.
In this outbreak, possible cases were defined as Mycoplasma-like illness, with cough lasting [greater than or equal to] 3 days and fever [greater than or equal to] 100.0[degrees]F ([greater than or equal to] 37.8[degrees]C), with symptom onset on or after August 26, 2011 (the start of the school year) in a resident of Gilmer County or Calhoun County.