American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Gillespie, John Birks Known as "Dizzy.” 1917-1993. American jazz trumpeter, bandleader, and composer who was a key leader in the bop movement.
- n. A surname.
- n. United States jazz trumpeter and exponent of bebop (1917-1993)
“TERRY GILLESPIE Known as "Mr. Rubberface," Gillespie can contort his face into weirder positions than Jim Carrey did in "Mask," Fri, May 29, 9-10pm, $20, Bucks County Comedy Cabaret at Poco's, 625 N.”
“LOHR: Andra Gillespie is a political science professor at Emory University who studies race.”
“Nick Gillespie is editor in chief of Reason. tv and Reason. com.”
“Crossroads GPS, the group backed by Karl Rove and Ed Gillespie, is a nonprofit advocacy organization, known as a 501 (c) (4).”
“Keep in mind that Gillespie is a major player in GOP circles.”
“Gillespie is also an important player in this year's elections, having helped Karl Rove set up American Crossroads, which is raising and spending millions of dollars to elect Republican candidates in November.”
“Gillespie is suing the salon and the colorist, Leann McDermott, who said in a deposition that she was so traumatized she stopped coloring hair for nearly two years.”
“Some effort has been invested in these programs to make them “realistic” and if one seeks sourcecode for programs then H. Allen Orr, or Sean Rice, or John Gillespie is certainly the preferred choice to Richard Dawkins.”
“Gillespie is merely invoking "Big Brother" as a means to justify obscuring how powerful donors sympathetic to his cause are influencing the direction of public policy and politics.”
“Based on the best-selling novels by Sherrilyn Kenyon (written originally under her penname of Kinley MacGregor) comes Lords Of Avalon: Sword Of Darkness #1 (of 6), a thrilling new limited series adapted by Robin Gillespie and featuring art by Tommy Ohtsuka!”
Looking for tweets for Gillespie.