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a town in SE England, in Medway unitary authority, Kent, on the Medway estuary: former dockyards. Pop: 98 403 (2001)
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  • gillingham looked up from his easy-chair with a superior smile. '

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  • "This is Mr. gillingham," said my conductor with, I thought, a shade of asperity.

  • A minute before that time gillingham strolled casually up in sombrero and gray suit, and nodded a distant nod to him.

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  • gillingham was such a lovely name, and Kent was the Garden of England.

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  • When they came out at mid-day he compared notes on their respective performances with gillingham.

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  • Never knew there was such a place,' gillingham put in with crushing emphasis.

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  • Was it only a coincidence that Mr. gillingham had turned up just when he did?

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  • With a sudden little start, gillingham seemed to wake up to interest.

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  • Our prison ship was moored in what they called gillingham reach.

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