Definitions

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  • proper n. A surname.

Etymologies

From a Middle English diminutive of the male given name Giles. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Gillard is among 10 female heads of state on this year's rankings.

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  • A second term Gillard government wouldn't have the numbers required to pass its legislation.

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  • News Limited CEO John Hartigan called Gillard's comments unjustified and insisted there was no link between News Corp.'s operations in the U.K. and News Limited in Australia.

    Australia mulls privacy laws after hacking scandal

  • Abbott today called Gillard's plan a tax that "won't necessarily help the environment," according to a transcript.

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  • Joyce says he hasn't called Gillard QANTAS chief executive Alan Joyce says the airline has not asked Prime Minister Julia Gillard to intervene in the airline's industrial disputes.

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  • Abbott yesterday called Gillard's plan a tax that "won't necessarily help the environment," according to a transcript.

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  • Ms Mirabella repeated her accusation a short time later in a press release titled Gillard's Gaddafi-like delusion'' in which she warned that domestic manufacturers would not be able to compete with cheaper imports from overseas.

    The Australian | News |

  • Updates with Obama calling Gillard in ninth paragraph.

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  • Australian papers have dubbed Gillard's boyfriend, usually referred to as her partner, as Down Under's "first bloke."

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  • Lucky other high profile Labor frontbenchers such as Gillard or Tanner seem to have a clearer understanding of the real world, their opinions might come in handy in the next 12 months.

    The Australian | News |

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