[ geyl ]


  1. a female or male given name: from a Hebrew word meaning “joy.”

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In 2008, he and Gail decided to move back to Centreville from Montgomery.

Confused, Gail called DeArthur, who drove up from Montgomery and took his brother to the hospital.

When Gail’s teenage niece asked to move in, he started parenting her as if she were his daughter.

When JaMarcus met Gail in his hometown in 2003, she joked that she could have found herself a healthier man at the nursing home.

Since Gail couldn’t drive, JaMarcus masked up to buy groceries.

From writer Gail Simone to artist Fiona Staples, there are incredible women already working in the industry.

In anticipation of the new series, Gail Simone spoke with The Daily Beast via email.

A Rumor of Angels: Quotations for Living, Dying and Letting Goby Gail Perry Johnson and Jill Perry Rabideau.

He cited Ernst and her husband Gail in his reasons for resignation, specifically for how they had treated Peterson.

The most vivid memory I have is working on a story about Gail Shollar.

Constance, Gail and Snap must make a call this evening, but I'm not going to let anyone claim my time.

The Zebra, in an unwatched moment, had got into the kerosene, and was considered no longer a welcome guest at Gail's.

Presently Gail came in, and we sat at table, and came near to eating her out of house and home.

About this time I received a short and decisive epistle from Gail,—an immediate summons home.

Yet it was out of the question to think of pressing on in my tour, thereby sacrificing my poor Zebra, and possibly Gail as well.





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