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Gates

1. Bill, full name William Henry Gates. born 1955, US computer-software executive; founder (1976) of Microsoft Corporation
2. Henry Louis. born 1950, US scholar and critic, who pioneered African-American studies in such works as Figures in Black (1987)
3. Horatio. ?1728--1806, American Revolutionary general: defeated the British at Saratoga (1777)

Gates

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I watched them a few moments till they got up to our lane gate.
Pumblechook was coming in also, when she stopped him with the gate.
Then I returned, and sat outside the gates of the Emposeni, waiting till the king's women, whom he named his sisters, should come to draw water according to their custom.
Robin had chosen five of his men to shoot with him, and the rest were to mingle with the crowd and also watch the gates.
Still the Trojans and brave Hector would not yet have broken down the gates and the great bar, had not Jove turned his son Sarpedon against the Argives as a lion against a herd of horned cattle.
Then the Guardian of the Gates put on his own glasses and told them he was ready to show them to the Palace.
And though she looked dubiously at the house-front as if inclined to return, it was with a breath of relied that she closed the gate.
said he in a tone of vexation and placed his hand on the gate as if to leave.
O Tario, most glorious Jeddak," replied Jav, "these be strangers who came with the hordes of Torquas to our gates, saying that they were prisoners of the green men.
But, like all the most wonderful things that happen in the Gardens, it is done, we concluded, at night after the gates are closed.
She at once climbed to a high tower of the royal palace and saw banners waving in every direction and the great white tent of Glinda standing directly before the gates.
They had covered a good portion of the distance to the gate without mishap when there came to their ears from the central portion of the city sounds of a great commotion.