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gillie

, ghillie, gilly Scot
1. an attendant or guide for hunting or fishing
2. (formerly) a Highland chieftain's male attendant or personal servant
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Gillie, of Parkside in Tweedmouth, has worked for Variety Christmas Savings Club for eight years.
Caption: Gina Gillie, Douglas Hill and Mark Robbins after a performance at the NW Horn Symposium.
Number-by-ridiculous-number, Gillie and Eleanor take lyrics of chart hits by everyone from Mariah Carey to Jay Z and dance them out - stretching them, turning them, lifting them and throwing them up in the air.
Gillie appeared from custody at Selkirk Sheriff Court after the incident in the early hours of Sunday.
Stephen Thompson had a volley from a Josh Gillies corner blocked a couple of yards out, and on 55 minutes they were awarded a penalty when Gillies was tripped by Mason when he went for a rebound off a David Syers close-range shot, but Mason stopped Thompson's spot-kick with his legs.
Gillies has been a regular at Oakwell this season following Lindsay's move from Partick Thistle, watching as the South Yorkshire side have battled against the drop from the English Championship.
Among her friends who caught the attention of Arianators were Gillies and Bennett, who even starred alongside the "Scream Queens" actress in her "One Last Time" music video.
Mr Campbell, 61, died earlier this month after a long battle with illness and Year 11 pupil Sean Gillies died suddenly at home on June 11.
GATESHEAD'S creator-in-chief Josh Gillies drew praise from manager Malcolm Crosby after Saturday's entertaining 1-1 draw with Kidderminster Harriers.
Celebrating its 175th Anniversary, Gillies specializes in fresh roasted high-quality coffees, teas, tisanes and kindred products.
The cast this season includes barrister Gina Liano, art collector Gamble Breaux and psychic Jackie Gillies who is married to musician Ben Gillies.