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Gigantour Gigantour is the name of an annual six-week traveling heavy metal music festival organized by Megadeth's Dave Mustaine. The tour was founded in 2005 with dates across North America, and the 2006 line-up will also travel to Australia.
Gigapixel image A gigapixel image is a digital image bitmap composed of one billion (109) pixels (picture elements), 250 times the image captured by a mid-range (4 megapixel) digital camera. Current technology for creating such very high-resolution images involves making mosaics of a large number of high-resolution digital photographs, or using World War II spycam technology to create a film negative as large as 9"Ă—12" (23 cmĂ—30 cm), which is then scanned with a high-end film scanner.
GigaTribe GigaTribe is free software created by Shalsoft that allows users to create their own private peer-to-peer network. It was written in C++ and its 128-bit Blowfish encryption prevents anyone outside of an exchange from intercepting or identifying any files.
Gigen Gigen ( ) is a village in northern Bulgaria, part of Gulyantsi municipality, Pleven Province. It is located on the Danube, close to the place where the Iskar River empties into it, opposite the Romanian town of Corabia.
Giger's Alien Giger's Alien (see Xenomorph (Alien) for a description about the beast itself) has been called many things since it has been created, like many famous icons. But not only does the creature have many names, but fans have an active bickering over what to call and what not to call the creature.
Giggle, Giggle, Quack Giggle, Giggle, Quack is a children's book by Doreen Cronin. Illustrated by Betsy Lewin, this sequel to Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type tells the story of Farmer Brown's brother Bob, who is farm-sitting for the vacationing Farmer Brown.
Gigglesnort Hotel Gigglesnort Hotel was a syndicated children's television program which aired starting in 1975 and ran for 78 episodes, until about 1978. It was hosted by Bill Jackson, previously best known as the host of the Chicago-based children's program, The BJ and Dirty Dragon Show.
Giggs Hill Green Giggs Hill Green is a large triangular stretch of common ground in Thames Ditton, bordered on one side by the Portsmouth Road. Previously part of the 'waste' belonging to the manor of Kingston, the eight acres of Giggs Hill Green were purchased in 1901 for a mere ÂŁ250 by the Esher and Dittons Urban District Council.
Gigi Gigi is a 1945 novel by the French writer Colette about a wealthy cultured man of fashion who discovers he is in love with a young Parisian girl being groomed for a career as a grande cocotte and eventually marries her.
Gigi (doll) Gigi is either a baby doll made by Zapf Creations in Germany or an original walking doll made by A&H. There has also occasionally been a doll line that's been named Gigi though not with the popularity of the others.
Gigi (singer) Ejigayehu Shibabaw, or Gigi as she is popularly known, is one of the most successful contemporary Ethiopian singers worldwide. Coming from an ancient tradition of song originating in the Ethiopian Church, she has brought the music of Ethiopia to wider appreciation and developed it in combination with a wide variety of styles.
Gigi (song) Gigi is the title song from the 1958 multi-Academy Award winning film, directed by Vincente Minnelli. It was written by Frederic Loewe and Alan Jay Lerner and won the Academy Award for Best Original Song in 1959.
Gigi d'Alessio Gigi d'Alessio (born Luigi d'Alessio, February 24, 1967) is an Italian popular singer and Neapolitan singer-songwriter, born in Naples. Well-known in Naples beginning in the early 1990s and throughout Italy due to participation in the Sanremo Festival in 2000 and 2001.
Gigi D'Agostino Luigino Celestino Di Agostino, better known as Gigi D'Agostino, (born 17 December, 1967, Torino, Italy) is a DJ, remixer and music producer. In 1986 he started his career as a DJ spinning Italo Disco, and releasing his first mix "Psychodelic".
Gigi D'Amico Gigi D'Amico is a producer and sound engineer, born in Catania, Sicily. He started his music career working on various local radio stations, and then moved on clubs (Genesi Portorosa-Me) where experienced a lot of years as innovative DJ.
Gigi Graciette Gigi Graciette is a television and radio personality in the United States and Mexico. She is currently the host of Ella Esâ€¦Gigi Graciette a syndicated radio show on the Radiovisa, and works for UPN 13 News in Los Angeles.
Gigi Morley Gigi Morley is a british television and radio presenter. She first gained attention when she won a BBC talent search to replace Alan Deddicott as co-presenter on The National Lottery, however after being axed from this she went on to present on The Advert Channel, presenting a segment called 'Gigi's Giggles' until the Channel's demise.
Gigolos Get Lonely Too "Gigolos Get Lonely Too" is the fifth track from The Time's 6-song album, What Time Is It?. One of the firstlast songs recorded for the album in December 1981, the song was produced, arranged, composed and performed by Prince with Morris Day later adding his lead vocals.
Gihon Gihon is the name of a river first mentioned in the second chapter of the Biblical book of Genesis. The Gihon is mentioned as one of four rivers issuing out of the Garden of Eden that branched from a single river within the garden.
Gihwa Gihwa, also known as Hamheo Teuktong (1376 - 1433) was a late Goryeo-early Joseon Buddhist monk of the Seon order, who was the leading Buddhist figure of his generation, also known as Hamheo. He was originally a Confucian scholar of the highest reputation, but he converted to Buddhism at the age of 21 upon the death of a close friend.
GiCheon GiCheon is assumed to have been passed down secretly by nameless sages who lived amidst the mountains in Korea. However, since none have left behind their names or any other written material which is commonly founded aspects in any Korean traditional cultural heritages, the origin and history of GiCheon remain something of a mystery.
Gija Joseon Gija Joseon (around 323 BCâ€“194 BC) describes the period of Beonjoseon after Gihu (ę¸°í›„, ç®•č©ˇ) became the king of Beonjoseon in the west of Liaoning. Beonjoseon was one of the confederacies of the Gojoseon whose continuation period is 2333 BCEâ€“108 BCE, and Gihu is the descendant of Gija.
GijĂłn International Film Festival GijĂłn International Film Festival was created in 1963. It was born as an initiative of the local authority and it was sponsored mainly by GijĂłn Town Council and the then Caja de Ahorros de Asturias (now Cajastur); both institutions are still the main organisers of the festival, along with funding from the Culture Council of the Principado de Asturias, the Ministry of Culture and the European Commission through its MEDIA programme.
Gijinka Gijinka (ć“¬äşşĺŚ–) is a Japanese word meaning "humanoid", "personification", or "anthropomorphic", although the use of the word outside of Japan has come to be slightly different from the use of the word "anthropomorphic" in the anime/manga/furry/etc communities. Rather than referring to just any animal with human characteristics, a gijinka is most often a fan re-design of an animal-like character from an animation or graphic novel in a human or humanoid form, (ex: a Digimon or PokĂ©mon) or of a humanoid version of the artist's own original animal-like character.
Gijs de Vries Gijs de Vries (born February 22, 1956 in New York) was a Dutch People's Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD) politician and deputy Interior Minister between 1998 and 2002 who on March 25, 2004 bacame the European Union's anti-terrorism co-ordinator. As such he works for Javier Solana in the Police and Judicial Co-operation in Criminal Matters (PJCCM) pillar.
Gijs Luirink Gijs Luirink (born 12 September 1983 in Amsterdam, Noord-Holland) is a Dutch footballer who plays central defender for AZ Alkmaar and the Netherlands U-21 team. He began his career at FC Volendam, making 57 league appearances for the club.
Gijs van der Leden Gijsbert Johan ("Gijs") van der Leden (born May 11, 1967 in Gouda) is a retired water polo player from The Netherlands, who finished in ninth position with the Dutch team at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona.
Gijsbert Haan Gijsbert Haan or alternate spelling Gysbert Haan (January 3, 1801 - July 27, 1874) was the leader in the 1857 Secession od Dutch-Americans from the Reformed Church in America, and the creator of the Christian Reformed Church in the United States and Canada.
Gijze Stroboer Gijze Stroboer (born May 24, 1954 in Amsterdam, Noord-Holland) is a former water polo player from The Netherlands, who participated in two consequentive Summer Olympics. At his debut, at the Munich Games in 1972, he finished in seventh position with the Dutch Men's Team.
Gikan-ryĹ« KoppĹŤjutsu Gikan-ryĹ« KoppĹŤjutsu (çľ©é‘‘ćµéŞ¨ćł•čˇ“) is a medieval Japanese school of martial arts allegedly established in the 16th century by Uryu Hangan Gikanbo (ç“śç”źĺ¤ĺ®çľ©é‘‘ĺťŠ). KoppĹŤjutsu means attacks against bones.
Giko Cat [Cat]Giko Cat or Giko neko (ă‚®ă‚łçŚ«) is a character-based Japanese fictional cat. He is considered one of the mascots of 2channel, the largest web-based bulletin board system in Japan, but actually predates that BBS.
Gikongoro Gikongoro was one of the former twelve provinces (intara) of Rwanda and was situated in the southwest of the country. It had an area of some 2,146 square kilometers and its population was estimated at 467,300 (2002 figures) prior to its dissolution in January of 2006.
Gikuyu language Gikuyu (sometimes written Kikuyu, pronounced and 'proper' spelling GÄ©kĹ©yĹ©) is a language in the Central Bantu branch of the Niger-Congo family spoken primarily by the KÄ©kĹ©yĹ© people of Kenya. Numbering about 6 million (22% of Kenya's population), they are the largest ethnic group in Kenya.
Gil Baker Gil Baker is an American cartoonist and painter born 11 August 1965, chiefly known for the strip Danny Dare, a postmodern confabulation parodying the classic boy adventure strips of the past. He publishes through Janissary Graffix.
Gil Bergerson Charles Gilbert "Gil" Bergerson (born July 19, 1910, Vernonia, Oregon; died September 1987, Corvallis, Oregon) was an American football player who played in the National Football League from 1932 to 1936. He played in college for Oregon State University and played for three NFL teams in 39 games over 4 seasons.
Gil Braltar Gil Braltar is a satirical novel by Jules Verne parodying British colonialism. The novel was published together with The Flight to France (Le Chemin de France) as a part of Voyages Extraordinaires series (The Extraordinary Voyages) in 1887.
Gil de Ferran Gil de Ferran (born November 11, 1967) in Paris, France to Brazilian parents, is a former racing driver. De Ferran was the 2000 and 2001 Champ Car champion driving for the Penske Honda Team and the winner of the 2003 Indianapolis 500.
Gil Evans Gil Evans (13 May 1912 â€“ 20 March 1988) was a jazz musician and an important innovator of big band jazz in the United States as an arranger, composer, bandleader, and pianist. He had a seminal role in the development of cool jazz, modal jazz, free jazz and jazz-rock.
Gil Fronsdal Gil Fronsdal is a Buddhist who has practiced Zen and Vipassana since the 1970s, and is currently a Buddhist teacher who lives in the San Fransisco Bay area. He is the guiding teacher of the Insight Meditation Center (IMC) of Redwood City, CA.
Gil Gerard Gilbert Gerard, better known as Gil Gerard (born January 23, 1943) is an American actor. Born in Little Rock, Arkansas, he is most famous for his role as Captain William "Buck" Rogers in the 1979-1981 television series Buck Rogers in the 25th Century.
Gil Grant Gil Grant is a writer and producer who was worked on television shows such as 24 and NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service. In 1995 he was hired to replace Michael Duggan as producer of Earth 2 after the first season, however the series was cancelled by NBC before the production of season two began.
Gil Haskell Gil Haskell (born September 24, 1943) is a long time NFL coach and the current Offensive Coordinator of the Seattle Seahawks. He began his career in the NFL as a ball boy with the San Francisco 49ers while his uncle Dr.
Gil Hodges Gilbert Raymond Hodges (April 4 1924 - April 2 1972) was an American first baseman and manager in Major League Baseball who played most of his career for the Brooklyn & Los Angeles Dodgers. He was the major leagues' outstanding first baseman in the 1950s, with teammate Duke Snider being the only player to have more home runs or runs batted in during the decade.
Gil Hyatt Gil Hyatt was the "winner" of the television show Average Joe: Hawaii, a show in which "Average Joes" competed to win the attentions of Larissa Meek. Later in the show, a group of "hunks" were brought in to compete against the Joes.
Gil Island (Canada) Gil Island is an island in British Columbia, Canada, located in the Hecate Strait between Pitt Island and Princess Royal Island. It is 26 km (16 mi) long, with a width ranging from 6 to 13 km (4 to 8 mi), and an area of 231 kmÂ˛ (89 sq mi).
Gil Kane Eli Katz (born April 6, 1926, Riga, Latvia; died January 31, 2000, Florida, United States), who worked under the name Gil Kane and in a few instances Scott Edwards, was a comic book artist whose career spanned the 1940s to 1990s.
Gil Langley Gilbert Roche Andrews "Gil" Langley (14 September 1919 - 14 May 2001) was an Australian Test cricketer, champion Australian rules footballer and member of parliament, serving as Speaker of the South Australian House of Assembly.
Gil Mantera's Party Dream Gil Mantera's Party Dream is an electronic synth-pop party band hailing originally from Youngstown, Ohio. Consisting of brothers Gil Mantera and Ultimate Donny, the Party Dream is known for their over-the-top live shows and updated channeling of 1980s synth-pop Ă la Tears for Fears.
Gil Melle Gil Melle (December 31, 1931 â€“ October 28, 2004) was an artist, jazz musician and film composer. In the 1950s, Melle's paintings and sculptures were shown in New York galleries and he created the cover art for albums by Miles Davis, Thelonious Monk and Sonny Rollins.
Gil Moore Gil Moore is most famous for being the drummer and vocalist (sharing vocal duties with guitarist/vocalist Rik Emmett) of the Canadian power trio, Triumph. Before Gil was in Triumph he was in a band called Sherman & Peabody which also featured Buzz Shearman of Moxy and Greg Godovitz of Goddo.
Gil Norton Gil Norton is a British record producer known for his work with such bands as Feeder, Counting Crows, Pixies, Terrorvision, Echo and the Bunnymen, The Triffids, Del Amitri, Foo Fighters, Jimmy Eat World, James, The Feelers, Dashboard Confessional and Span. He is currently working on Maximo Park's second album.
Gil Paterson Gil Paterson, born in Glasgow, 1942 is a former Member of the Scottish Parliament for Central Scotland. Brought up in the North of Glasgow, Paterson attended Possilpark Secondary School, before building up his own business Gil's Motor Factors.
Gil Perez Gil Perez was a Spanish soldier of the Filipino Guardia Civil who allegedly suddenly appeared in the Plaza Mayor of Mexico City on October 24, 1593. He was wearing the uniform of the guards of Malacanang Palace in the Philippines, and claimed he had no idea how he had arrived in Mexico.
Gil Reyes Gilberto Reyes (born February 19, 1981 in Lawrence, Massachusetts) & fighting out of Miami, Florida, is a professional boxer. Reyes, whos nickname is "Sugar", has fought numerous times on ESPN2 and Telemundo.
Gil Scott-Heron Gil Scott-Heron (born April 1 1949) is an American poet and musician known primarily for his late 1960s and early 1970s work as a spoken word performer. He is associated with African American militant activism, and is best known for his poem and song "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised".
Gil-Martin Gil-Martin is the zealous religious instructor who leads Robert Wringham to commit a string of heinous crimes and eventual suicide in James Hogg's gothic novel The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner.
Gila Bend, Arizona Gila Bend (O'odham: Hila Wi:n) is a town in Maricopa County, Arizona, United States. The town is named for an approximately 90 degree bend in the Gila River, which is close to but not precisely at the community's current location.
Gila monster The Gila monster (pronounced HEE-la, IPA pronunciation: ) (Heloderma suspectum) is a species of venomous lizard that lives in the deserts of the southwestern USA and northwestern Mexico. It is a heavy, slow moving lizard, up to 60Â cm (2Â feet) long.
Gila River Indian Community The Gila River Indian Community is an Indian reservation in Arizona, USA, lying adjacent to the south side of the city of Phoenix, within the Phoenix Metropolitan Area in Pinal and Maricopa Counties. It was established in 1859, and formally established by Congress in 1939.
Gila River War Relocation Center The Gila River War Relocation Center was an internment camp built by the War Relocation Authority (WRA) for internment of Japanese Americans during the Second World War. It was located about 80 km (50 miles) southeast of Phoenix, Arizona.
Gila von Weitershausen Gila von Weitershausen (born March 21, 1944) is a German actress. Born in Trzebnica, Lower Silesia, Germany (today Poland) into an aristocratic family, she has four brothers and one sister and is the great-granddaughter of Georg Graf von Hertling.
Gila Valley, Globe and Northern Railway The Gila Valley, Globe & Northern Railway was a common carrier incorporated on January 24 1894. The railway built from a connection with the Southern Pacific Railroad at Bowie, Arizona (known as Teviston until 1908) and continued northwest for 125.
Gila Woodpecker The Gila Woodpecker (Melanerpes uropygialis) is a medium-sized woodpecker of the desert regions of the southwestern United States. They range through southeastern California, southern Nevada, Arizona, and New Mexico.
Gilad Karni Gilad Karni is an Israeli violist who has played in the New York Philharmonic and is currently principal viola in the Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich as well as a soloist and player in chamber ensembles. A founder member of the Huberman Quartet, with which he made his debut at Carnegie Hall, he has since appeared there with the Guarneri Quartet.
Gilad Pellaeon Grand Admiral Gilad Pellaeon is a fictional character from the Star Wars Expanded Universe. He is an Imperial naval officer who has attained to the rank of Grand Admiral, making him the 14th and last known Grand Admiral.
Gilas GILAS, or Gearing up Internet Literacy and Access for Students, is a 5-year project to connect all of the public high schools in the Philippines to the Internet. GILAS is run by the Ayala Foundation, the largest non-profit organization in the country.
Gilat Network Systems Gilat Network Systems, a business unit of Gilat Satellite Networks, provides satellite networks and professional services, including turnkey solutions and outsourcing, to operators worldwide. Its main offering is the SkyEdge VSAT satellite communications system.
Gilat Satellite Networks Gilat Satellite Networks is a publicly-traded Israeli company (NASDAQ: GILT. TASE) Gilat designs, develops and markets satellite and hybrid networking products, services and solutions to operators in 85 countries.
Gilberd School Since their opening on 12th July 1912 the buildings on North Hill, Colchester, have seen many changes, although the exterior structure is almost unaltered. Built at a cost of around ÂŁ13,000 on a site bought in 1908 for ÂŁ3,500, they originally housed The Junior Technical School, The Secondary School for Girls (later The County High School), The School of Art, as well as the Area Education Office.
Gilbert (lunar crater) Gilbert is a large lunar crater that lies near the eastern limb of the Moon. Due to its location this feature appears foreshortened when viewed from the Earth, limiting the amount of detail that can be observed.
Gilbert and Ellice Islands The Gilbert and Ellice Islands were a British protectorate from 1892 and colony from 1916 until 1 January 1976 when the islands were divided into two different colonies which became independent nations shortly after. The Gilbert Islands have been the major part of the nation of Kiribati since 1979, and the Ellice Islands became Tuvalu in 1978.
Gilbert and George Gilbert Prousch (born in South Tyrol, Italy, September 11, 1943) and George Passmore (born in England January 8, 1942), better known as Gilbert & George, are artists. They have worked almost exclusively as a pair.
Gilbert and Marshall Islands campaign In the Pacific Theater of World War II, the Gilbert and Marshall Islands campaigns, from November 1943 through February 1944, were the first offensive operations of the United States Navy and Marine Corps in the Central Pacific. The campaign was preceeded by a raid on Makin Island by U.
Gilbert A. Pierce Gilbert Ashville Pierce (January 11 1839 â€“ February 15 1901) was an author, journalist, playwright, and a member of the Indiana state legislature, the eighth Governor of Dakota Territory, and representative for North Dakota in the United States Senate.
Gilbert Adair Gilbert Adair (born December 29, 1944 in Edinburgh) is an author, film critic, and journalist who won the Scott Moncrieff Translation Prize for his book A Void, which is a translation of the French book La Disparition by Georges Perec. From 1992 to 1996 he wrote the "Scrutiny" column for The Sunday Times.
Gilbert Alison Gilbert Alison is an Australian politician. He served as a Liberal Party of Australia member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly for the seat of Warwick from 1971 until his defeat in 1977, before returning at the 1983 election as a member of the National Party of Australia.
Gilbert Amy Gilbert Amy (born August 29, 1936, Paris) is a French composer and conductor. In 1954 he entered the Conservatoire de Paris where he was taught and influenced by Olivier Messiaen and Darius Milhaud and studied piano with Yvonne Loriod.
Gilbert Barling Sir Harry Gilbert Barling Bart CB CBE (30 April 1855 - 27 April 1940) was a polished and graceful speaker who had reached the heights of the medical profession in Birmingham, England. He was born at Newnham on Severn, Gloucestershire and educated at a boarding school at Weston, near Bath.
Gilbert BĂ©caud Gilbert BĂ©caud (October 24, 1927 â€“ December 18, 2001) was a French singer, composer and actor, known as Monsieur 100,000 Volts for his energetic performances. His best-known hit is probably "Et maintenant", a 1961 release that became an English language hit after being translated into "What Now My Love".
Gilbert Bennion Gilbert Bennion (October 1, 1898 â€“ January 27, 2005) was an Australian veteran of World War I. Born in Croydon, North Queensland, he was an apprentice railway station master in Townsville when he enlisted on August 1, 1918 to serve in the Australian Imperial Force.
Gilbert Blane Sir Gilbert Blane (29 August 1749 - 26 June 1834) was a Scottish physician who instituted health reform in the British Navy. Born in Blanefield, Ayrshire, he studied medicine at Edinburgh University before moving to London, where he served as private physician to Lord Rodney.
Gilbert Blythe Gilbert Blythe is the acquaintance and eventual husband of Anne Shirley in Lucy Maud Montgomery's Anne of Green Gables series of novels. Anne and Gilbert had seven children between them, Joyce (also called Joy; died as an infant), James Matthew (also called Jem), Walter Cuthbert (who died during the First World War), Anne and Diana (twins; also called Nan and Di), Shirley, and Bertha Marilla (also called Rilla, an abbreviation for her middle name).
Gilbert Bodart Gilbert Bodart (born September 2, 1962 in OugrĂ©e) is a Belgian football manager who was working for La LouviĂ¨re in the Jupiler League until 21 February 2006. He resigned from his post after allegations he was involved in a gambling scandal that rocked Belgian football.
Gilbert Brule Gilbert BrulĂ© (born on January 1, 1987 in Edmonton, Alberta), yet grew up in North Vancouver, British Columbia is a Canadian hockey player who plays for the Columbus Blue Jackets of the National Hockey League.
Gilbert Carlton Walker Gilbert Carlton Walker (August 1, 1833 â€“ May 11, 1885) was a United States political figure. He served as the provisional Governor of Virginia, first as a Republican provisional governor between 1869 and 1870, and again as a Democratic elected governor from 1870 to 1874.
Gilbert Cates Gilbert Cates (born June 6 1934 in New York City) is an American film director and television producer. He is probably best known for producing many of the annual Academy Awards shows on television, as well as the feature films I Never Sang For My Father (1970) and Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams (1973).
Gilbert Collection The Gilbert Collection was formed by the English businessman Sir Arthur Gilbert, who made most of his fortune in the property business in California, USA. After initially becoming interested in silver, he assembled a large collection of decorative art, which he gifted to the British nation in 1996.
Gilbert Cox Gilbert Clifford Cox (5 July 1908 - 31 March 1974) was an English cricketer who played two first-class games for Worcestershire, his career at that level lasting for a single week in 1935 when he kept wicket for the county in place of the usual incumbent Bernard Quaife.
Gilbert de Beauregard Robinson Gilbert de Beauregard Robinson (1906â€“1992) was a Canadian mathematician most famous for his work on combinatorics and representation theory of the symmetric groups, including the Robinson-Schensted algorithm.
Gilbert de Clare, 5th Earl of Hertford Gilbert de Clare, 5th Earl of Hertford (1180 â€“ October 25, 1230) was the son of Richard de Clare, 4th Earl of Hertford, from whom he inherited the Clare estates, from his mother, Amice Fitz Robert, the estates of Gloucester and the honour of St. Hilary, and from Rohese, an ancestor, the moiety of the Giffard estates.
Gilbert de Clare, 7th Earl of Hertford Gilbert de Clare, 7th Earl of Hertford and 3rd Earl of Gloucester (September 2, 1243, at Christchurch, Hampshire â€“ December 7, 1295) was a powerful Norman noble. Also known as "Red" Gilbert de Clare, probably because of his hair colour, he built Caerphilly Castle.
Gilbert Deya Ministries Gilbert Deya Ministries is a Christian ministry based in England set up by Gilbert Deya. It is best known for its claims to be able to deliver 'miracle babies' to infertile women, but has been subject to a High Court ruling that said that the ministry had been involved in the smuggling of babies out of East Africa.
Gilbert Dionne Gilbert Dionne (born September 19, 1970 in Drummondville, Quebec, Canada) is a professional ice hockey left winger who played six seasons in the National Hockey League from 1990-91 until 1995-96. He is the younger brother of Hockey Hall of Famer Marcel Dionne, who is nineteen years his senior.
Gilbert Duclos-Lassalle Gilbert Duclos-Lassalle is a former French professional road racing cyclist who was a specialist at the one-day classic cycling races and raced between 1977 and 1995. He ranked amongst the top French cyclists of his generation, alongside with Bernard Hinault and Laurent Fignon.
Gilbert East Gilbert East (born 1763; details of death unknown) was an English cricketer of the late 18th century who played mainly for Berkshire and the White Conduit Club. He was one of the leading amateur players of his time and was a good all-rounder.
Gilbert Edward Archey Gilbert Edward Archey (1890-1974) was a zoologist, ethnologist, WWI officer, and museum director from New Zealand. After serving in WWI he worked at the Cantebury Museum where he studied and published papers on numerous New Zealand fauna.
Gilbert Elliot-Murray-Kynynmound, 4th Earl of Minto Gilbert John Elliot-Murray-Kynynmound, 4th Earl of Minto, KG, GCSI, GCMG, GCIE, PC (London July 9, 1845 â€“ March 1, 1914 Minto, Roxburghshire), known between 1859 and 1891 as Viscount Melgund, was a British politician, Governor General of Canada, and Viceroy of India.
Gilbert F. White Gilbert Fowler White (November 26, 1911 in Chicago - October 5, 2006 in Boulder, Colorado) was a prominent American geographer, sometimes termed the "father of floodplain management". White is known predominantly for his work on natural hazards, particularly flooding, and the importance of sound water management in contemporary society.
Gilbert Fitz Richard Gilbert Fitz Richard (1065-1115) was son of Richard Fitz Gilbert and Rohese Giffard. He succeeded to his father's possessions in England, his brother, Roger Fitz Richard, succeeding to his father's lands in Normandy.