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Gish

1. Dorothy. 1898--1968, US film actress, chiefly in silent films
2. her sister, Lillian. 1896--1993, US film and stage actress, noted esp for her roles in such silent films as The Birth of a Nation (1915) and Intolerance (1916)
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Gish now operates in New York and works with partners in China for her products.
Tom Gish, speaking a while back, asked: "Should the editor keep his mouth shut and his typewriter quiet?
Gish re-emerges in shades and slap as a rich widow with a young male companion (Edward Hughes).
STYLISH: Sheila Gish plays Lady Montdore in Love in a Cold Climate (BBC 1, 8pm)
Over a span of 39 years, Gish has focused on the plastics industry as it relates to plumbing and environmental health enforcement.
Gish joined the full time faculty at University of California, San Diego in December 2010 as Clinical Professor, Section Chief of Hepatology, and Medical Director for the Center of Excellence for Hepatobiliary Disease and Abdominal Transplantation (CHAT).
8220;We're huge cycling fans and have been following the Tour de France for years,” says Gish, “so we're extremely excited to see the same group of riders on our home turf.
has appointed Scott Gish as vice president of sales and marketing.
We'll be celebrating," said Judy Gish, a Los Angeles-based spokeswoman for Caltrans, before the move.
a developer and manufacturer of advanced materials and medical devices for the treatment of cardiovascular and other diseases, announced today that its agreement to sell its Gish Biomedical, Inc.
Robert Gish, medical director of the liver transplant program at the California Pacific Medical Center, San Francisco.
Whitfield said Inner Hall was a great place to pick up new business, but companies like Ann Gish that offer exclusivity in individual markets find themselves out of programs to sell.