Gibbs

(redirected from James Gibbs)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Gibbs

(gibz),
References in periodicals archive ?
Under-11 boys: 75m Joseph Gilkes 12.3, James Gibbs 14.3; 600m Alfie Meade 2-08.5, Gilkes 2-14.7, Gibbs 2-16.8; long jump Gilkes 3.06, Meade 2.82.
On the other hand, James Gibbs, in his essay Antigone and her African Sisters: West African Versions of a Greek Original argues that once Greek and Roman material is understood as inherited (and by implication not imposed) a "truly liberated post-colonial writer" can use such material to remarkable effect.
James Gibbs, 15, was listening to his favourite music through his earphones at a station in the South Wales Valleys as he waited for a train, along with about 200 other schoolchildren, to take him home from classes.
Tragic James Gibbs was believed to be listening to his MP3 player as he was struck by the commuter train which killed him.
James Gibbs, 15, was hit on the head by a train on Thursday at 3.50pm as the Treherbert to Cardiff service approached Treorchy railway station, in the South Wales valleys.
James Gibbs, 15, was hit on the head by the Treherbert to Cardiff train at Treorchy railway station.
James Gibbs, 15, was hit on the head by a train yesterday at 3.50pm as the Treherbert to Cardiff service approached Treorchy railway station, in the south Wales valleys.
Annual meeting with James Gibbs, author of numerous lighthouse and shipwreck books, talking about World War II days when as a Coast Guardsman he patrolled the beaches with dogs.
(MAC627) JAMES GIBBS - FRONTIER OIL CORPORATION (FTO).
Also on view are examples of English and Russian baroque architecture, including Sir Christopher Wrens models for the Royal Naval Hospital in Greenwich; James Gibbs' 1721 wooden model for St.-Martin-in-the-Fields in London; and Francesco Bartolomeo Rastrelli's flamboyant Smol'ny Convent in St.
Edited by James Gibbs and Jack Mapanje, [pounds]17.99 African Books Collective, ISBN 0-9521269-6-6
Instead, Gosse must have been referring to James Gibbs's The History of the Portuguese during the Reign of Emmanuel, a translation of Osorio's De Rebus Emanuelis (Lisbon, 1571), which was indeed published in London in 1752.