Gilbert

(from the article `Jamaica`) ...despite the boost it received from low prices on oil imports. In 1986 the PNP won most local elections, perhaps signaling that the electorate ...
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Gilbert

[given name] Gilbert is a given name of Norman-French origin, itself from Germanic Gisilberht or Gisalberht. Original spellings included Gislebert, Guilbert and Gilebert. The first element, Gil-, comes from Germanic gīsil, meaning `shaft of an arrow` or gisal `pledge, hostage`, while the second element, -bert comes from Germanic -behrt, sh...
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Gilbert

[lunar crater] Several satellite craters in the vicinity have since been given names by the IAU. Nearly attached to the north-northeastern rim of Gilbert are the craters Weierstrass (Gilbert N) and Van Vleck (Gilbert M), two somewhat similar formations. In the northeastern part of Gilbert`s interior floor is the small, bowl-shaped Geissler ...
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Gilbert

[sports equipment] Gilbert is a rugby sporting goods manufacturing company, specialising in balls for rugby union and netball. The company was established by William Gilbert, a Cobbler, in 1823, who along with his nephew, James, developed footballs for the neighbouring Rugby School. In 2002, after experiencing financial difficulties followi...
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Gilbert

[unit] Great Western Railway M420 2000 operating after front truck replacement. Taken in Shaunavon, Saskatchewan on April 26, 2011. Taken by Mark Zulkoskey ...
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Gilbert

Early term for a male cat.
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Gilbert

Gilbert is a French name for boys. The meaning is `bright promise` The name Gilbert is most commonly given to American boys. If it's too long you might use: Gil, Gib Use for the other sex: Gilberte, Gilberta, Gilbertine What do they use in other countries? Gill The name sounds like: Calbert, Colbert, Culbert
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Gilbert

Meaning as a surname: A Germanic name meaning pledge and bright.
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gilbert

The unit of magnetomotive force or magnetic potential. ... Origin: W. Gilbert, English physicist, 1544-1603 ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Gilbert

Type: Term Pronunciation: gil′bĕrt Definitions: 1. Walter, 20th-century U.S. microbiologist and Nobel laureate. See: Maxim-Gilbert sequencing
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Gilbert

Type: Term Pronunciation: zhēl-bār′ Definitions: 1. Nicholas A., French physician, 1858-1927. See: Gilbert syndrome
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gilbert

unit of magnetomotive force
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