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Gillingham tells Mary that he wants to make their lives simpler, but it sounds a little like the dying of the light.
We consider at Rugby that a man's got to get up uncommon early if he wants to take a rise out of Trevor Gillingham.'
I'm very glad to see you at Barham, I'm sure, Mr. Gillingham; hope we may number you among ourselves before long.
A minute before that time Gillingham strolled casually up in sombrero and gray suit, and nodded a distant nod to him.
Gillingham had walked through the paper, he averred—a set of absurdly elementary questions.
When they came out at mid-day he compared notes on their respective performances with Gillingham.