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English historian best known for his history of the Roman Empire (1737-1794)

smallest and most perfectly anthropoid arboreal ape having long arms and no tail

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Lee Gibbons, Podango CEO will also team with podcast industry luminaries to address leading topics at the Macworld Podcasters Market.
With a career record of 553-327, Gibbons is the second-winningest coach in Holy Cross athletics history, behind only legendary baseball coach Jack Barry, who compiled 616 victories from 1921-1960.
Gibbons had previously been in court for breaching his bail on several occasions and then claimed his O2 monitoring device was faulty.
A father-of-two from Wetwang, East Yorkshire, Gibbons, who refused to comment yesterday at Wolverhampton where he had three mounts, pleaded guilty to driving over the legal limit and without insurance, and was hit with a four-year driving ban by magistrates in Bridlington on Wednesday.
London, Feb 7 (ANI): A new study has found that just like humans, gibbons have regional accents too.
Gibbons rank among the most endangered primates in the world.
SCORES of firefighters are set to line the streets to pay their respects to city fireman Paul Gibbons this week.
Staffordshire Communications of Cannock, which deals with mobile phones, and Ms Elizabeth Gibbons of St John Walk, were in dispute at Birmingham Employment Tribunal over the way her job as an assistant ended.
LA CRESCENTA -- Sheriff's Detective Keith Gibbons has been on a mission for more than a year -- knocking on doors and making calls.
Gibbons writes about human evolution for Science magazine.
CLEVELAND and CHICAGO, April 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Global M&A, the worldwide partnership of top-tier midmarket investment banks, chose Michael Gibbons as its new chairman at a partnership meeting today in Venice, Italy.
In his new position, Gibbons will establish and manage a Thornton-Tomasetti office in Los Angeles to expand significantly the breadth and depth of the firm's national operations and extend its global reach.
The lightness of the scene, achieved through subtle brushstrokes and fluid, diaphanous earth hues, is punctuated by the playful presence of animals in an intimate ensemble, humans in the center, deer in the foreground, gibbons frolicking in the foliage above.
Not all of the seven plays from which Gibbons draws most of his exemplary materials are obvious favorites, for two of the plays most extensively treated are Cymbeline and Titus Andronicus.
One of the reasons the Gibbons group of stores continues to succeed, says Ken Gibbons, is the value and service offered in return for the customer's dollar.