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Gemma

(jem -ă) See Alphecca.

gemma

[′jem·ə]
(botany)
A small, multicellular, asexual reproductive body of some liverworts and mosses.
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MY thoughts this week have been with my old friend Gemma McCluskie.
NEW HOME: Gemma and Pam Barnes I know this about Gemma because I volunteer two mornings a week to walk/assess new arrivals to the local Retired Greyhound Trust.
He gave Gemma a card which read "to my fiance" on the front.
Ten years means he will be out in five while Gemma and I have to live with this for the rest of our lives.
We were bombarded with cool cats," laughs Gemma, who was born in Moseley and is a fashion expert for Radio 1Xtra.
She has also had a brush with TV although it wasn't the kind of role fame-mad youngsters like Gemma Collinge dream of.
A mysterious young man, present at the death of Gemma's mother in India, and now close by the school where Gemma is enrolled in England, provides added intrigue.
But Gemma and Stephen, who lived just a mile from the scene in the picturesque village, were trapped.
Michael believes moving back home is the only way he and Gemma will be able to get their feet on the first rung of the property ladder.
Gemma, a qualified sports therapist, finally established contact with Mr Drumm through the reunion website Friends Reunited and the pair arranged to meet at Heathrow Airport yesterday.
Gemma and wedding photographer Louise Gault hatched the plot with the help of Morton groundsman Mark Farrell.
SHE confronted Ben about rumours he had been flirting with former Emmerdale star Gemma, 31.