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Gillard

/ˈdʒɪlɑːd/
noun
1.
Julia (Eileen). born 1961. Australian Labor politician, born in Wales: Deputy Prime Minister (2007–10); Prime Minister (2010-13)
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  • And if you can't get it at gillard's, there is nowhere else to go.

    Peking Dust Ellen N. La Motte
  • I should think it very probable that Challitt and gillard will be caught.

    Chronicles of Martin Hewitt Arthur Morrison
  • Ask gillard why his hounds are never known to tire, and get from him what hints you can.

    Riding Recollections, 5th ed. G. J. Whyte-Melville
  • I knew this man (gillard) well, and knew that nobody was a more likely rascal for such a crime as that at Finchley.

    Chronicles of Martin Hewitt Arthur Morrison
  • He and gillard had parted immediately after the crime, judging it safer not to be seen together.

    Chronicles of Martin Hewitt Arthur Morrison

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