This conversation matters because gill is certain to be appealed, which means the Supreme Court will likely rule on it next year.
A week later gill, 32, was taking a break in the Lake District, a picturesque sweep of mountains outside Manchester.
Forget Los Angeles, gill and Li currently have no plans to move to London where rent is so much more expensive than in Manchester.
gill, a popular columnist for the local Times-Picayune casts a jaundiced and unafraid eye on the entire enterprise.
Maybe Windsor will create an outer boundary, enabling the more moderate justices to adopt gill as a compromise.
In this open place Papanekis, one of my Indians, had placed a gill net for the purpose of catching fish.
Moisten with water a gill of rice flour, and mix it with the rubbed rice.
Put this into a separate saucepan and add to it two eggs, half a gill of cream, salt, and two tablespoonsful of grated Parmesan.
Melt in a gill of water half an ounce of gelatine, and strain it.
Dr. gill states that this was in some places simply a matter of arrangement.
"organ of breathing in fishes," early 14c., of unknown origin, perhaps from a Scandinavian source, e.g. Old Norse giolnar which perhaps means "gills;" Old Danish -gæln (in fiske-gæln "fish gill"). Related: Gills.
liquid measure (commonly a half-pint), late 13c., from Old French gille, a wine measure, and directly from Medieval Latin gillo "earthenware jar," of uncertain origin.