- John Birks [burks] /bɜrks/Dizzy, 1917–93, U.S. jazz trumpeter and composer.
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Contemporary Examples of gillespie
All but Ed Gillespie in Virginia won, and even Gillespie made significant gains among female voters compared to now-Gov.Surprise! The GOP Closed the Gender Gap
December 10, 2014
Gillespie explained that this research did find a connection between the number of likely black voters and black elected leaders.Is This the Beginning of the End for Blacks and Dems?
November 3, 2014
Gillespie had forensic-imaging experts examine photos taken of the plane and its patched-over window at the Miami airport.
Gillespie finds true romance in reasoning, and he was intrigued.
Gillespie and his organization then took the piece to the U.S. Air Force restoration shop.
Historical Examples of gillespie
"Mon Dieu, Gillespie, I thought one scalp was gone," he gasped.Lords of the North
A. C. Laut
“Be back in five minutes,” he told Mrs. Gillespie outside the room.The Fighting Edge
William MacLeod Raine
Gillespie, if you can not get Palmer, and somebody anyhow, if you can get neither.The Papers And Writings Of Abraham Lincoln, Volume Two
All right,” answered Captain Gillespie from aft, “bring it home!
Captain Gillespie, however, interrupted him before he could proceed any further.
- Dizzy, nickname of John Birks Gillespie. 1917–93, US jazz trumpeter