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Gissing

George (Robert). 1857--1903, English novelist, noted for his depiction of middle-class poverty. His works include Demos (1886) and New Grub Street (1891)
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Mr Gissing added that it was not afraid of competition, We welcome competition.
Gissing sold three million shares in the online grocer, equivalent to a 0.
He added: "I adored the character of Professor Gissing and a shamefully vain part of me refused to see anyone else in the role.
Designed over three floors the Gissing includes lounge, downstairs cloakroom, kitchen and dining area.
Mr Gissing said: "We are proud to be leading the way with the first commercial biofuel flights and we hope it will make people sit up and take notice.
running Mr Gissing, complaining about "hostile" press coverage of Ocado's flotation, said: "It frustrates me that a lot of people slate successful British businesses when we should be standing up for the good ones that are actually making money and doing the right thing.
Gissing said that because of it, retail rents are likely to remain suppressed.
You will not find any escalation in rents, for new stock coming online there will be softer packages offered by developers," Gissing said.
But these shoppers want more choice," said director Jason Gissing.
In "'The Truth About Gissing': Reassessing the Literary Friendship of George Gissing and H.
Ocado, founded in 2000 by chief executive Tim Steiner, Jason Gissing and Jonathan Faiman in a single office, now has 1.
Here the reflections on sanitary reform of bureaucrats, social investigators, essayists, and journalists are explored in conjunction with works of canonical writers: Charles Dickens (Bleak House), George Gissing (The Nether World), and George Bernard Shaw (Major Barbara).