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  • proper n. A female given name. Medieval variant of Julian and Juliana, revived and quite popular in Britain in the mid-twentieth century.


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  • I've explained to Gill how sexy "Gillian" is to geeks across the land due to Gillian Anderson.

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  • In 1697, the Lincolnshire diarist and antiquarian, Abraham de la Pryme, noted: They have at (Alkborough) two Roman games, the one called Gillian's (for Julian's) Bore, and the other Troy's Walls.

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  • I wish I could save up £2000 or so and spend a summer doing the Goethe Institut course that Gillian is doing.

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  • Gillian is an always efficient and highly creative woman, direct and to the point without being blunt and tactless

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  • Gillian is missing, can MacGyver find her or is it too late?

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  • Gillian is working towards a Ph.D. at the University of Calgary

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  • Gillian is a relative newcomer to the country music scene.

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  • Gillian is also strong-willed and determined, but those qualities cannot mask the fear she feels when the raiders from the North ransack her village

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  • Gillian is a Visionary, a Seer, born with the gift of knowing

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  • Gillian is fed through a mickey button because she does not swallow properly

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