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United States journalist who wrote a syndicated column of advice to the lovelorn (1870-1951)

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The reason is simple, Gilmer said: Drilling there tends to cost more, even if there's plenty of oil to tap.
As co-founder, chairman and CEO of Drillinginfo, Gilmer leads an organization dedicated to enabling companies in the $4.
Chief Inspector Jenny Gilmer ruled out the involvement of a third party, but said last night the deaths were being treated as suspicious.
When you talk about these big clusters, or industry hubs, what is established after a while is essentially a concentration of expertise," said Gilmer.
Gilmer, associate professor of clinical psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Northwestern University, Chicago.
Gilmer said that everyone would agree to the fact that the rapper is one of the most creative and unique artists of our time.
Sanford, chairman of the Gilmer County Board of Commissioners; Steve Paradis, chief operating officer of the ATC; Shelley Rose, president of the Georgia Appalachian Trail Club (GATC); George Bain, supervisor of the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest; Andy Baker, district ranger of the Blue Ridge District; and Josh Moyers, youth minister of the First Baptist Church.
Gilmer said zebrawood is often considered one of the "big six" of the imported woods, a list which also includes padauk, African mahogany and sapele.
Gilmer has been an NP for 18 years and a family NP since 1990.
With exchanges that span many square miles but have few customers, Gilmer faces the same predicament that most rural telcos do: trying to keep services reliable and affordable, while providing new technologies.
VALENCIA - A staged reading of ``Slavey,'' an original work by Sigrid Gilmer, will be presented at 8 p.
Greg oversees the accounting team, LouAnn Gilmer and Kartik Vyas, and the IT manager David Polimene.
The first chance fell to Scott Houston of Talbot in the 8th minute after Neil Gilmer laid the ball off to him but the big striker shot wide from 20 yards.
Better medicine, an emphasis on clean living, and spirituality are all contributing to making older Americans the healthiest humans at their age in the history of the world, argue University of California, Davis, human-development scholars Carolyn Aldwin and Diane Gilmer in Health, Illness and Optimal Aging: Biological and Psychosocial Perspectives.
Doreen Gilmer, 70, who has lived there since the homes were built in 1938, said: "They (youths) would be gathering in the alley and the language couldn't be repeated.