Gilligan


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Gilligan

whose every action reeks of incompetence. [TV: “Gilligan’s Island” in Terrace, I, 312–313]
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A MAN being questioned over the shooting of Eddie Hutch is also in the frame for trying to kill crime boss John Gilligan.
Gilligan notices the light from the TV set project his shadow on the wall, and thinks, "Wouldn't it be creepy if that came to life?
GALWAY trainer Paul Gilligan has been handed a 12-month suspended ban under the integrity and proper conduct rules after a dispute with the former owners of Wellforth over alleged unpaid training bills, writes Jessica Lamb.
She leaves sons Mark Gilligan of Abilene, Matthew R.
Clinical matron Janet Gilligan, 53, from Skelton, became the subject of an investigation by her employer South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust after a patient fell and suffered head injuries on January 22 last year.
David Gilligan, 21, murdered 20-year-old Jennifer Hart at the home he was sharing with her in Berrys Lane, St Helens.
In his column, Dobson cited the work of two researchers, Kyle Pruett of Yale Medical School and educational psychologist Carol Gilligan of New York University School of Law, to buttress his point of view.
DRUGS baron John Gilligan is set to lose millions of euro worth of properties after failing to prove where the money came from to buy them.
POSITION: Director general of the BBC ROLE: Launched a vigorous defence of Gilligan and the BBC in the face of the Government's demands for the report to be withdrawn.
The secretary of the National Union of Journalists has said that BBC journalist Andrew Gilligan has the union's complete support.
So says psychologist Carol Gilligan, in her latest book, The Birth of Pleasure.