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gillie

, ghillie, gilly Scot
1. an attendant or guide for hunting or fishing
2. (formerly) a Highland chieftain's male attendant or personal servant
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BARR Gillie and Sara, both artists working in dance and choreography, met in an artist's exchange in France in 2010.
It opened up lots of things to me and made me feel I could be an artist in a way that I didn't have the confi-dence to be before," says Gillie.
When November arrived with no sign on the vouchers landlady of the town's Brewers Arms pub Margaret Straughan, 60, contacted Gillie and Variety to ask what had happened.
Mr Gillies said: "I am delighted to be joining Hammonds at this exciting time in its development.
The Web page includes a photo of the husband and father of two - before the war in Iraq, Gillies earned a living flying helicopters for the Los Angeles Police Department - standing in front of a Blackhawk helicopter with a machine gun in his hands and the West Ranch baseball cap on his head.
It was former Buddies boss Jimmy Bone who lumbered the midfielder with that tag after Gillies broke into the top team as a 16-year-old, and became one of the hottest young properties in Scottish football.
Gillies rewarded Llanelli's faith by pouncing on a kick ahead by his fellow forward Phil Booth for a score which clinched victory over Swansea 22-12.
There is good reason to believe that in the unsaturated zone, the groundwater travel time from the repository to the accessible environment greatly exceeds 1,000 years," says Gillies.
David Gillies continues: "The IP215 puts Pace at the forefront of the IPTV market.
Gillies, of Dunkeld, Perthshire, told Canterbury Crown Court: "The girl asked if I wanted a good time.
Gillies, whose brother Finlay plays rugby for Glasgow Warriors, also held a Flat jockeys' licence at one point and was seen to particularly good effect aboard Keith Reveley's Let It Be in a 2m handicap at Catterick in August 2008.