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My wife and I named our son Gideon after Tony had sounded Gideon's Trumpet.
Gideon wrote to the Supreme Court, arguing that his inability to obtain counsel effectively denied him a fair shake at trial.
Many jurisdictions have treated Gideon as an unfunded mandate.
The audience asked Levori and Haaretz columnist Gideon Levy some of the questions that had also been bugging me during film.“Ameer Got His Gun”: Not Challenging Any Narratives|Briggette Sayegh|November 19, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The front page of today's Haaretz featured an article by Gideon Levy about a dramatic survey of Israeli Jewish public opinion.
He was killed by his enemies, and that was the end of the dynasty of Gideon.Hebrew Life and Times|Harold B. Hunting
The thought of Gideon's stick, the feel of his heavy hand upon his shoulder, were with him as of yore.Lewis Rand|Mary Johnston
It would certainly prove a bad day for Gideon Hayle should he ever have the ill luck to fall into their hands.My Strangest Case|Guy Boothby
Life ain't confined to a ditch any more than it is to what Gideon calls a lily-pond.One Man in His Time|Ellen Glasgow
But Col. Gideon Ward's well known figure was not among the passengers on the tote-road.The Rainy Day Railroad War|Holman Day
Bible propagation society, 1906, formally Christian Commercial Young Men's Association of America, founded 1899. It takes its name from Gideon, Israelite judge and warrior [Judg. vi:11-viii:25], from Hebrew Gidh'on, literally "feller," from stem of gadha "he cut off, hewed, felled."