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Gil

[ gil ]

noun

  1. a male given name, form of Gilbert.


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Gil told Ars that the new qubit count was a product of multiple developments that have been put together for the first time.

A few years ago, Gil learned that the store offered customers the ability to fill prescriptions online.

That’s part of the thinking that led Gil, a longtime Airbnb investor, to co-lead the round.

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Gil stated that he could not gain access to content on their websites because the sites did not work with his screen reading software.

Gil tells Tech Crunch that’s exactly why they’ve released their roadmap, to give other players in the quantum computing industry the confidence to specialize in specific areas rather than everyone trying to do everything.

“No one set out to be an alcoholic,” Gil told writer Patrick Sisson.

“When Gil cursed, he cursed in certain ways that I could respect it,” Herc says.

Back home and off the road, Gil looked forward to recording again.

Gil turned and saw Muhammad Ali stride out of the stage entrance, smiling and scowling at the same time.

Gil took weeks to build a monologue, skillfully turning the words on their head.

Gil Eannes returned from this accomplished act a hero in the eyes of his master.

All were very content with his speech, saying that it was very good and that they should at once do as Gil Eannes said.

(Ha)-Ushi(-y) tsldhist, Gil Gnnage, hangwa hatnganiga usnuliy.

Whenever events shall permit, Gil Blas will resume its cheerful way.

Then, a knife thrust in a drunken scuffle sent Gil wherever he was to go; but he had named the baby.

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