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  Gill foul weather gear — youth wetsuits, dinghy suits, boating clothing, waterproof gear bags
Gill is a proud sponsor of the US Sailing Team and their ‘08 China efforts.
*With $150.00 retail Gill purchase Nov. 23, 2007 to Dec 26, 2007.
Gill foul weather gear is the enthusiast’s brand.
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  Gill - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A gill is a respiration organ for the extraction of oxygen from water and the excretion of carbon dioxide.
The gills of other insects are of the tracheal kind and also include both thin plates and tufted structures, and, in the larval dragon fly, the wall of the caudal end of the alimentary tract (rectum) is richly supplied with tracheae as a rectal gill.
Gills of vertebrates are developed in the walls of the pharynx along a series of gill slits opening to the exterior.
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 CIE - Faculty & Staff - William N. Gill
Gill has earned several other awards and honors including Rensselaer's William H. Wiley Distinguished Faculty Award in 1994 and the Best Paper Award, at TECHCON '96 and '98; he was named a Fellow of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) in 1991.
Gill was named Alumnus of Year in 1977 by Brooklyn Technical High School in recognition of his contributions to engineering education in New York State.
Gill's research includes characterization of nanoporous solids, including microstructure, thermal, mechanical, chemical, and electrical properties; field assisted diffusion into nanoporous dielectric films; chemical-mechanical planarization of dual damascene structures; plasma etching of nanoporous dielectrics; and stability of contiguous thin films of metals and nanoporous materials.
www.rpi.edu /dept/cie/faculty_gill.html   (716 words)

  
 Gill, Ma - Pioneer Valley Viewpoint - Building Community in the Pioneer Valley   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Whenever we tell someone we live in Gill, their immediate question is "Where's that?" Well, for starters, it's in Franklin County, neighbored on the north by Northfield and Bernardston, on the west by Greenfield, on the south by Turners Falls and on the east by Erving.
Incorporated in 1793, Gill was originally part of Deerfield and was included in the portion set off from Deerfield as the district of Greenfield in 1753, which became a township that same year.
Gill is home to the Barton Cove boat ramp, where camping and boating facilities are available as well as an opportunity to view a pair of American Bald Eagles who have been nesting on an island off shore for the past five years.
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 Gill (Street Fighter) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gill is the leader of a mysterious cult-like organization called the Illuminati which has manipulated world events for over 2000 years, and is dedicated to the salvation of mankind, and creation of a new utopia.
Gill's fighting style involves the manipulation of fire and ice, and special moves including clotheslines, headbutts, and kneedrops, all of which would later be adapted and used by his brother, Urien.
Gill's Resurrection technique is based on Jesus' resurrection from the dead, and the posture Gill assumes during this technique, suspended in the air with his arms outward, invokes the image of Jesus during crucifixion.
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 Homeland Security inspector general launches Faisal Gill inquiry - Salon
Gill, a protégé of Republican powerbroker and lobbyist Grover Norquist, did not disclose on security documents that he'd served as a spokesman in 2001 for the American Muslim Council, government officials told Salon.
The chairman of the Senate subcommittee that oversees the department, Sen. Jon Kyl, R-Ariz., called the Gill matter "very important" and added in an interview that he was not surprised that the inspector general had decided to open an inquiry.
Still, the revelation of Gill's placement in the sensitive intelligence position has reignited a debate in conservative circles over Norquist's political alliances with Muslim leaders and organizations that are under federal scrutiny.
dir.salon.com /story/news/feature/2004/06/24/gill_review/index.html   (846 words)

  
 Gill
Gill testified that his relationship with Murkey is governed by a written contract between the two.
As for Defendant Gill' s protestations that he was not involved and should not be subject to the permanent injunction (or the equitable monetary relief), he cites no evidence that tends to establish that these "facts" are in genuine dispute.
Gill has offered no evidence to support this assertion, and even if he did, his knowledge and de facto control over the conduct of the parties (as the primary signatory to the retainer agreements) supports the district court' s decision and judgment in any event.
www.law.com /regionals/ca/opinions/sep/0055122.shtml   (5194 words)

  
 Journal of San Diego History
Gill's talent' as a designer of buildings and his contributions to the architectural profes­sion were widely recognized during his lifetime but seem to have been forgotten with the passing of time.
Gill graduated from the university in 1911 with the degree of Bachelor of Architecture and won the university scholarship upon graduation.
John Stillman Gill is the chaplain and former chairman of the history department at Harvard School, North Hollywood, past chairman of the Examining Chaplains and past historiographer of the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles.
www.sandiegohistory.org /journal/84summer/gill.htm   (4663 words)

  
 Satinder P. Gill   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Satinder Gill's focus is upon knowledge transfer (the process of acquiring and forming knowledge).
Satinder Gill is an Associate Editor on the journal, AI & Society: The journal of human-centred systems and machine-intelligence.
Gill, S.P. (2002) The Engagement Space and Parallel Coordinated Movement: case of a conceptual drawing task.
www-csli.stanford.edu /~sgill   (1081 words)

  
 Irving J. Gill
One of Gill's most prominent clients was Ellen Browning Scripps, a self-made newspaper millionaire born in England and raised in the Illinois prairies.
Not all of Gill's clients were Progressive; in fact, Irving and his nephew Louis Gill designed a duplex apartment in Coronado in 1919 equipped entirely with electrical appliances for Marston's opponent in the 1917 mayoral race, Louis Wilde.
Gill discussed his ideal of simplicity in his 1916 essay, "The New Architecture of the West." For him, "the source of all architectural strength" emerged from the straight line, the arch, the cube, and the circle in combination.
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 A. Gill: ZoomInfo Business People Information   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Gill formerly served as the Intellectual Property Department Head in Toronto from 1993 to 1996, and was Head of the Firm's IP Litigation National Practice Group from 1992 to 1994.
Gill is Department Head of the Intellectual Property Group in Toronto and National Leader of the firm's IP Litigation National Practice Group.
Gill is a member of the Intellectual Property Institute of Canada, the Canadian Bar Association, the Institute of Trademark Agents, the International Trademark Association and the American Intellectual Property Law Association.
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 SVG in Gnome
I am coordinating Gill, which is the Gnome Illustration app.
Gill is named in honor of type designer, artist, and stonecutter Eric Gill.
The lion above was rendered using an early prototype of Gill.
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 Gill   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Gill, incorporated September 28, 1793, was originally part of Deerfield and was included in the portion set off from Deerfield June 9, 1753, as the district of Greenfield, which became a township that same year.
The first settlers on the land that became Gill, who arrived before 1753 and lived later that 1793, were therefore inhabitants of the towns of Deerfield, Greenfield and Gill, successively, even though they never moved.
Gill died in 1800, leaving the state without a governor and acting governor for the first and only time in its history.
www.co.franklin.ma.us /gill.htm   (634 words)

  
 The Bruce Medalists: David Gill
After he proved the worth of the heliometer, a telescope with a divided objective, for measuring the distance to the sun, he was appointed Her Majesty's Astronomer at the Cape of Good Hope, a position he held from 1879 to 1906.
Gill and Jacobus C. Kapteyn, who measured Gill's photographs in the Netherlands, initiated the separation of observation from reduction.
David and Isobel Gill at Mars Bay, Ascension, 1877, where Gill was observing the opposition of Mars in order to measure the solar parallax.
www.phys-astro.sonoma.edu /BruceMedalists/Gill/index.html   (359 words)

  
 Gill Ward - Biographical Information
However, it was through the classical repertoire that Gill was to achieve her earliest exposure on the English stage, singing in the late 8O's as a member of the chorus in Carmen, La Traviata and Nabbucco, before gaining a solo part in the Carl Weber opera Der Freishutz.
Gill says "I sensed straight away that Simon's lyrical approach was central to his vision of the song.
Written especially for the 'Piece Of Mind' CD, Gill and Simon completed a tango called 'Poisoned Kiss' which is given two different treatments by the USA and the UK teams respectively, plus a suitably cynical bluesy piece called 'Fairy Tale Romance' penned by Simon with Gill in mind no doubt.
www.gill-ward.com /biog.htm   (1162 words)

  
 Eric Gill - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Arthur Eric Rowton Gill (February 22, 1882 – November 17, 1940) was a British sculptor, typographer and printmaker, mostly in engraving.
Gill soon tired of Capel-y-ffin, coming to feel that it had the wrong atmosphere, and also being too far from London, where most of his clients were.
Apart from Gill Sans, which is his most famous creation and lasting legacy to typography, Gill also designed the typefaces Perpetua (1926), Golden Cockerel Roman (1929), Solus (1929), Joanna (based on work by Granjon; 1930–1931), Aries (1932), Floriated Capitals (1932), Bunyan (1934), Pilgrim (recut version of Bunyan; 1953) and Jubilee (1934).
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Gill's professional early career began by carving letterforms in stone for numerous tombstones and memorials within and around London.
Gill and his associates banded together to not only work together on creative projects, but to live together as a community of faith.
Gill and his colleagues used the facilities of St Dominic's Press to help promote their ideas.
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 John Gill's Exposition of the Entire Bible
This woman seems to be a different person from her spoken of in the latter part of the preceding chapter, seeing this looks as if it was the first time of her being taken notice of by this evangelist, and is described by a different character.
She is called "Magdalene," to distinguish her from others of the same name; the reason of which See Gill on "Mt 27:56." She is said {d} to be a widow, and so not being bound to an husband, was at leisure to follow Christ.
In Matthew 8:28 it is called the country of the Gergesenes, See Gill on "Mt 8:28" as it is here, in the Arabic and Ethiopic versions; and "of the Gerasenes," in the Vulgate Latin; but the Syriac and Persic versions read, "of the Gadarenes," as in Mark 5:1.
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 Days Gill   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Gill, Days two hundred acres, situate, lying and being in the county of Richmond in the said state and butting and bounding Northeast by Locklins and Hunter Land, Southeast by Vacant Land, and Spaldings land, and North West by Johnstons and Whittons land.
Gill, Days sold 250 acres on the waters of Fishing Creek adjoining Henry Brown, taken as the property of Days Gill to satisfy a fi fa in favor of Marke Brown, Ex’or., of Joseph Waller, deceased, against Thomas Cooper, Joseph L. Hill and Days Gill.
Bailey Rhodes Gill (Bailey or Bailes II) was born in 1812, the same year that Bailes or Bailey I was fighting in the War of 1812.
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 Ron Gill: ZoomInfo Business People Information
Ron Gill, extension livestock specialist for Texas A&M, said a plus in reopening the Japanese market is the added value from certain parts of the carcass that U.S. consumers don't use.
Gill and Brockman both said because cattle supply is so high in the U.S., the price has been dropping.
Gill worked on judging teams at Angelo State University and kept it up when he did his doctoral work at A&M.
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 Irving Gill ( - ) Artwork Images, Exhibitions, Reviews
Eric Gill, The Lion, from 72 unsigned prints on Japanese paper from a set of 80, issued as extra set for 80 copies of the book (numbered 1-80 and signed): pl.43: D. 148:, 20th century
Gill travelled through Malaysia between 2000 and 2003 photographing debilitated buildings, deserted apartments, mansions and even mini towns.
Gill's explorations of the connections and complexities between systems of language, botany and geography are the basis for these enigmatic images.
www.wwar.com /masters/g/gill-irving.html   (1680 words)

  
 Gill Stadium
In 1967, the stadium renamed Gill Stadium in 1967 in honor of former Parks and Recreation Director Ignace J. Gill who served from 1935 to 1967, and under whose tenure the stadium hosted the Manchester Yankees, a class "AA" Minor League Baseball Team in 1947 and 1948.
On April 15, 2004, Gill Stadium welcomed the NH Fisher Cats, AA Minor League Baseball affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays.
In 2004, Gill Stadium was home to the NH Fisher Cats, the AA minor league affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays.
www.manchesternh.gov /CityGov/PKS/Facilities/Gill.html   (375 words)

  
 Vince Gill Biography - Biography.com
Gill’s father, an appellate judge, taught him to play the guitar at an early age.
Gill briefly joined Rodney Crowell’s band, the Cherry Bombs, before moving to Nashville, Tennessee, where he signed a solo contract with RCA Records in 1983.
In addition to his prolific music career, Gill is also recognized for his community involvement and participation in charity events, such as the annual Vince Gill Celebrity Basketball Game and the Vinny Pro-Celebrity Golf Invitational.
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 gill
William Gill, born December 31, 1848, baptized January 14, 1849.
Mary (Minnie) Gill, born November 19, 1855, baptized December 16, 1855; died 1891.
William Gill, born December 23, 1877, baptized December 30, 1877.
users.eastlink.ca /~dfaith/gillpage.html   (1589 words)

  
 Gill's Archive
A Declaration of the Faith and Practice of the Church of Christ, in Carter Lane, Southwark, Under the Pastoral care of Dr. John Gill, Read and Assented to at the Admission of Members.
John Gill, from the cavils, and insults of an ignorant and impertinent scribbler, about the importance of Rabbinical learning.
An Elegy on the Death of the Rev. John Gill, D. A Elegy on the Death of the Rev. John Gill.
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 Amazon.com: Souvenirs: Music: Vince Gill   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Vince Gill could be described in many ways....good sport; gentleman; funny; full of heart; and a maverick at songwriting and music.
Gill is somewhat more known for his ballads than rockers or quick shuffles, and 'Never Knew Lonely' validates those choked up feelings of missing someone.
If I have one criticism of Vince Gill, it is the fact that he has never abandoned his pop oriented roots (Pure Prarie League); but, all it takes is one listen of his guitar picking, and all is forgiven.
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 NOVA Online | Mystery of the First Americans | A proponent's perspective
I happen to be one of those very few forensic physical anthropologists who actually does research on the particular traits used today in forensic racial identification (i.e., "assessing ancestry," as it is generally termed today).
I have a respected colleague, the skeletal biologist C. Loring Brace, who is as skilled as any of the leading forensic anthropologists at assessing ancestry from bones, yet he does not subscribe to the concept of race.
George W. Gill is a professor of anthropology at the University of Wyoming.
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 Gill Ward - Reviews
Gill Ward is certainly adventurous in her approach to making albums.
On his quirky offering, 'Tomato Ketchup' Gill has (if you'll forgive the pun) the bottle to squeeze every ounce out of the innuendos in Brian's song.
Gill Ward’s new album "Piece Of Mind" combines her own unique songwriting style with an eclectic mix of compositions by her award-winning collaborator, Simon Balkham.
www.gill-ward.com /reviews.htm   (308 words)

  
 Irving Gill - Great Buildings Online
Irving Gill was born in Syracuse, New York in 1870.
Two years later he established a private practice that was highly influenced by the native vernacular and traditional materials of the region.
In 1906, when he ended his partnership with Hebbard, Gill began to make bold use of concrete and hollow tile, a technique that became one of the hallmarks of his career.
www.greatbuildings.com /architects/Irving_Gill.html   (295 words)

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