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Gillespie

Dizzy, nickname of John Birks Gillespie. 1917--93, US jazz trumpeter
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Gillespie did not only beat the full-back - he left him embarrassed in a game which even 20 years later, still lasts long in the memory for Newcastle fans.
Mr Gillespie, who had been a director of the business, told how he had not given "authority" for money to be used in any Rangers buy-out.
"The energy here at Makers Nutrition is contagious," says Gillespie. "I am excited about where this company has come from and where it is going.
Gillespie's boots, quite literally, will be big ones to fill and Director of Professional Cricket, Martyn Moxon, will mull over one or two thoughts of his own before the Club decide whether to target a particular replacement or throw the process open to applications.
Born and raised in Sudbury, Gillespie has a background in business and marketing that took her to Edmonton for work for several years.
Gillespie has won the County Championship twice during his time in charge and is on course to bow out with a hat-trick of titles.
From a young age, Dorothy Gillespie wanted to be an artist; but in in the 1920s and early 1930s in Roanoke, Virginia, there were no galleries or museums, and no opportunities to study art.
Perhaps not all contemporary explorations of authors and exile in the twentieth century begin with Edward Said, but a quick perusal of the "genre" will prove that many do, including Michael Patrick Gillespie's excellent work on James Joyce.
KEITH GILLESPIE believes the Dale Farm Milk Cup is still a major event, despite the fact Man United will not compete this year.
A businessman who lost a fortune to bankrupt tycoon Graham Gillespie was left scarred for life after being viciously attacked by his son.
NORTHERN Ireland football hero Keith Gillespie was ordered yesterday to do 100 hours' community service for three breaches of an order not to molest his ex.
JASON GILLESPIE reckons a winter of Ashes pain will end with an Englishman lifting silverware at the World Twenty20.