from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A dry martini garnished with a small pickled onion.
- Gibson, Althea 1927-2003. American tennis player. The first African American to play at Wimbledon (1951), she won the U.S. women's singles title and the singles and doubles titles at Wimbledon in 1957 and 1958.
- Gibson, Joshua Known as "Josh.” 1911-1947. American baseball player. During his 17-year career in the Negro Leagues (1929-1946), he is reported to have hit nearly 800 home runs, 84 of them in an estimated 200-game season.
- Gibson, Robert Known as "Bob.” Born 1935. American baseball player. A right-handed pitcher for the St. Louis Cardinals (1959-1975), he is best known for his 1968 season, in which he set major-league records for single-season earned run average (1.12) and most strikeouts in a World Series (35), and won the first of his two Cy Young Awards (1968, 1970).
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- proper n. An English and Scottish patronymic surname.
- proper n. A manufacturer of acoustic and electric guitars.
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- n. Australian actor (born in the United States in 1956)
- n. United States illustrator remembered for his creation of the `Gibson girl' (1867-1944)
- n. United States tennis player who was the first Black woman player to win all the major world singles titles (1927-2003)
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Good blood tells: Captain Gibson is the son of a most distinguished and versatile Edinburgh physician, the late Dr.G. A. Gibson.
Please note when the term Gibson is used this is representing the umbrella corporation.
"Wacko"...that's what he called Gibson, the man who today gave us a 126 minute celebration of non-stop blood-spattered torture in Technicolor and Dolby Stereo Digital.
After being cast -- and then replaced by Liam Neeson -- for a comedic cameo in the sequel to the hit 'The Hangover,' Mel Gibson is downright "furious" with producers of the film, according to Page Six.
As crazy as he is, Mel Gibson is one of the finest actors of our time.
Despite Jodie Foster's recent assertion that Gibson is the "most-loved man in Hollywood," the "Hangover 2" cast and crew apparently didn't get the memo.
Celebrity Beat: Stalwart friend Jodie Foster says Mel Gibson is "the most loved man in the film business" ...
Brown said he has confidence in Gibson because he trusts him.