- Julia (Eileen). born 1961. Australian Labor politician, born in Wales: Deputy Prime Minister (2007–10); Prime Minister (2010-13)
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Even Bob Hawke, who as prime minister shed iconic tears on behalf of Soviet Jews, urged Gillard to change her vote.Fair Go: Australia and the U.N. Vote
November 30, 2012
The ballot on Monday, of Rudd versus Gillard, is seen as a test of his popularity against her competence.
Rudd is polling ahead of both Gillard and the conservative opposition leader, Tony Abbott, as preferred prime minister.
Rudd is liked by Australians, and Gillard is liked by her colleagues.
Last week, at a press conference, a noticeably feistier, more candid Gillard rebuked a reporter for rudeness.
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.
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
He and Gillard had parted immediately after the crime, judging it safer not to be seen together.
I knew this man (Gillard) well, and knew that nobody was a more likely rascal for such a crime as that at Finchley.