- From a Middle English diminutive form of Julian, Giles, and William. Also a Northern English topographic surname from Middle English gill ("ravine"). (Wiktionary)
“CHARLES: Gill is now on the hunt for a different, and better dwarfing gene.”
“Blogger Vijay Gill is wondering whether the possible outsourcing deal is “just a substitution for poor management.””
“According to Simon Kharm in 1960, âGill is probably the most published author we have, once you add up all the words he wrote under house names before he grew famous. â”
“One of the greatest creative minds ever employed exclusively by Bulwark Publications, C.K. Gill is famous for his creations, his odd sense of humor, and his longevity in publishing.”
“The Collected C.K. Gill is actually two identical silver book-urns that reside in two locations, each holding exactly half of his bodyâs ashes.”
“Southern Command significantly broadened the school's core curriculum around the military doctrine of counterinsurgency warfare and expanded enrollment to train -- "inculcate" is the word Gill uses more than once -- Latin American militaries in the cause of anticommunism.”
“But, worse, the data that Steig used in his modelling which he claimed came from Harry was actually old data from another station on the Ross Ice Shelf known as Gill with new data from Harry added to it, producing the abrupt warming.”
“Gill and his life partner were touted as "model parents" by the children's guardian ad litem, who visited the boys monthly for years and called the Gill home "one of the most caring and nurturing placements" he has ever encountered.”
“The 'Maid of Sker' was the ordinary type of North Sea trawler, and so far as Ken and Roy could see, her fellow, whose name Gill told them was the”
“I say, Gill, which is the best formation, Vale Leston or Rowthorpe?”
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Immortal people after whom waterborne species were named. Most of them have been marine zoologists, I would guess.
e.g. Gates' goblet, Humphrey's buccinum, Turton's moon snail, etc.
Animated characters from cartoons of the Anglo-Saxon world from the beginnings to this day
Looking for tweets for Gill.