- a dry martini cocktail garnished with a pearl onion.
Origin of Gibson1
First recorded in 1925–30; after the surname Gibson
- Althea,1927–2003, U.S. tennis player.
- Charles Da·na [dey-nuh] /ˈdeɪ nə/, 1867–1944, U.S. artist and illustrator.
- Josh(ua),1911–47, U.S. baseball player.
- RobertBob, born 1935, U.S. baseball pitcher.
- a male given name.
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Examples from the Web for gibson
His central three are actresses: Mabel Normand, Mary Miles Minter, and Margaret “Gibby” Gibson.How to Get Away With a Hollywood Murder
October 10, 2014
Gibson got the idea for the novel after seeing a bus stop poster for Apple.American Dreams: Did William Gibson’s ‘Neuromancer’ Blueprint Our Reality?
October 5, 2014
“What I like about Gibson is that he so contravenes his public image—that of a hard, off-putting guy,” Wheeler said.
In that game, Gibson struck out 17 Detroit Tiger batters, a record that still stands.
“These findings are alarming because TV is very popular in our society,” Gibson continued.Leg Throwing, Weave Pulling, and Drink Dumping: Watching 'Real Housewives' Makes You Violent
August 21, 2014
Such a tingle shot up Gibson's spine that he was sure he must have jumped.
Maybe I'd better wait till we reach his ship, Gibson thought.
He'll have his little joke, thought Gibson, and I'll let him put it over.
Gibson was glad, after they had landed on the satellite, that he had taken the advice.
There is, moreover, no evidence that Gibson was then in service.Chronicles of Border Warfare
Alexander Scott Withers
- mainly US a cocktail consisting of four or more parts dry gin and one part dry vermouth, iced and served with a pickled pearl onion
- Mel. born 1956, Australian film actor and director: his films include Mad Max (1979), Hamlet (1990), Braveheart (1996; also directed), What Women Want (2000), The Passion of the Christ (2004; director only), and Apocalypto (2006; director and co-writer)