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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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Previously, Dr Gish was co-medical director at the California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco and medical director of the Liver Transplant Program.
Gish recognizes a clear strategy at work in the South Hebron Hills--"to rid the region of its Palestinian inhabitants, part of a dangerous dream of creating a greater Israel" (383).
Mekuanint Nigussie, a 22-year old student from Gish Abay, has similar views.
He adds that Gish wanted most of all for news to get out, and didn't care who got it first.
The concrete pavement will be replaced with "rubberized asphalt concrete," which is more durable and longer-lasting than conventional asphalt and requires less maintenance, Gish said.
All the novels of Gish Jen are humorous stories about serious issues like racism and identity quest of Chinese Americans.
The 58-page small book features bedding ensembles, table linens, decorative pillows and throws for both the higher-end Ann Gish line and affordable luxury Ready-to-Bed line.
Gish, medical director of the California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco.
When Miss Irene Vanbrugh and Miss Lillian Gish went to tea at the Northern Counties' Women's club in Newcastle yesterday, they were greeted, first, by a mass of beautiful purple and yellow flowers that lit the whole club with welcome, and, second, by one of the biggest gatherings of members the club has had for a long time.
The nurses maintained that in the past, they had "always" reinfused patients when the physician ordered a Gish to be used.
A medical grade of Makrolon polycarbonate from Bayer Plastics provides critical properties to a "breakthrough" device from Gish Biomedical used in cardiac surgery to cool and warm the blood.