Records came out recently showing that Gibbons had texted a woman not his wife 800 times over six weeks on a state cellphone.
The odds in Las Vegas should be on Gibbons appointing Gibbons.
(Gibbons says “we are unaware of any such activity by the FBI”).
Although his money has dried up and his poll numbers are in a tailspin, Gibbons insists he is running for reelection next year.
Gibbons' wife is suing him for a divorce that gets nastier by the day.
Miss Gibbons surveyed it with a smile of ironic appreciation.
He—oh, good-night, Gibbons—he's been all over the globe, so Notya tells us.
But such a conception leaves unexplained the great differences between monkeys and Gibbons in arboreal and terrestrial activity.
The smaller forms are the most social, the Gibbons being decidedly so.
And Mrs. Gibbons, my mother told me, came away from Glamis a thousand times more curious than she was when she went.
1770, from French gibbon (18c.), supposedly from a word in the French colonies of India but not found in any language there. Brought to Europe by Marquis Joseph-François Dupleix (1697-1763), French governor general in India 1742-54. The surname is Old French Giboin, from Frankish *Geba-win "gift-friend," or in some cases a diminutive of Gibb, itself a familiar form of Gilbert.