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Gillespie

Dizzy, nickname of John Birks Gillespie. 1917--93, US jazz trumpeter
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The consensus, for the past week, was that the England and Wales Cricket Board would recruit former Australia fast bowler Gillespie in time for this summer's Ashes.
Martyn Moxon, the Yorkshire director of cricket, has said that there has been no official approach made by the England and Wales Cricket Board for Gillespie yet, but Brooks believes the former Australia paceman would be an ideal appointment.
Gillespie said: "Brunswick Group provides its clients with the best communications advice in the world.
Gillespie lashed out during their chance meeting at Parklands Country Club in Newton Mearns, Glasgow, leaving Ross with stitches in his face.
Solicitor Graham Harding said Gillespie had sold items to associate Robert Duffin and may have used him to "conceal" other assets.
But within hours of police officers serving it on the retired premiership star, Gillespie texted her three times.
Kent-born Farbrace spent a couple of seasons working under Gillespie as second-team coach at Yorkshire before being snapped up on a two-year deal by Sri Lanka three months ago.
Gillespie believes that everyone, from Test greats to the media and the fans, are slamming Australia, especially Clarke, and looking at the 'glass half empty' in terms of the team's performance.
Legendary United boss Kevin Keegan insisted that Gillespie had to be part of the recordbreaking deal that took Andy Cole to Manchester United in 1995.
But Gillespie, who was diagnosed with limb-girdle muscular dystrophy at the age of 17, found that more than five years of arduous labor began to take a toll on his weakening limbs, so he transitioned into sales, where, he said, he quickly became one the top sales producers in the Arkansas-Louisiana district.
When he returned to Canada, Gillespie was offered two positions, one at the insurance giant Sun Life, the other at the Toronto publishing firm of W.
Gillespie, 43, from Ilford in Essex, was jailed for 21 months by Judge Robert Orme.