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“Next to this, at the extreme western point, stood the house of Mr. Gubbins, the commissioner, a strong building, defended with stockades, and having at the angle a battery, called Gubbins 'Battery.”
“We are led by people like Lucy Gubbins, an atheist who co-founded the University of Oregon's Alliance of Happy Atheists, who is working to both create secular community and identify opportunities for collaboration with the religious.”
“Gubbins and those like her are more concerned with these positive efforts than with striving to de-convert the religious.”
“The Alliance of Happy Atheists at the University of Oregon even puts on an annual formal dance for its members Gubbins, 2010.”
“Darren Gubbins/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images Vehicles are crushed by a collapsed road at a car park in Yabuki, Japan.”
“When he later learned that Maclean wanted to make his OSS officers in Yugoslavia subjects of the crown, Donovan angrily informed Gubbins that the deal was off.”
“A war-seasoned officer and resourceful guerrilla organizer, Gubbins had just replaced Hambro as the head of the Special Operations Executive.”
“Overlord was the ultimate vindication for Colin Gubbins and SOE.”
“But as Allied politicians turned their attention to the postwar world, Gubbins found himself dousing many of the flames SOE had lit.”
“Some months later, Gubbins went to Italy and spent the day looking at graves, fruitlessly hoping to find a trace of his son.”
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