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United States feminist (1860-1935)

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A 1987 graduate of Gilman, he earned a bachelor's degree from Johns Hopkins University, where he was a four-year letter winner in baseball.
Indeed, Gilman ("Boy Gets Girl," "Luna Gale") doesn't pull any punches as she dramatizes the struggles, inequities and opposing views faced by young women in an extended rural Wisconsin family in the richly involving "Twilight Bowl."
According to Stephanie Wan, a 2006 Gilman scholar in Beijing, study abroad programs like Gilman and CLS are essential because they give participants the international perspective they need to work effectively in today's multicultural world.
Gilman's interest into the extended sanatorium visits of Yiddish authors, in part, reflects the abiding desire of some researchers in the field of literature to engage literary works with their socio-historical context.
The Gilman Companies are comprised of six sawmills and a finger-joint mill in Florida and Georgia as well as an administrative office in St.
ContraFect Corporation (NASDAQ: CFRX) (NASDAQ: CFRXW), a biotechnology company focused on the discovery and development of protein and antibody therapeutics for life-threatening, drug-resistant infectious diseases, announced yesterday that it has named Steven C Gilman, PhD as its chief executive officer of ContraFect, effective immediately.
Marina Gilman, voice teacher, speech therapist, and certified Feldenkrais practitioner, offers a rationale for bodywork, as well as specific exercises and strategies to optimize voice use.
Oceanside, NY, November 29, 2015 --(PR.com)-- For eight years, Diane Gilman, the top-selling fashion designer known as the "The Queen of Jeans" on television's HSN and QVC home shopping networks, suffered with a demoralizing condition known as a pelvic floor disorder.
Gilman, 93Exeter, NH - Dorothy "Dossie" (Dewey) Gilman died at home in RiverWoods, a retirement community in Exeter, NH, on January 17, 2015, aged 93.
GILMAN, Minnesota (AP) -- A farmer in Minnesota has created a towering tribute to winter's excess.
Playwright Rebecca Gilman is known for tackling the topical (racism in academia in "Spinning Into Butter," stalking in "Boy Gets Girl") and for carefully, even over-bluntly, placing her characters into discomfiting moral thickets.
IT ALL STARTED WHEN REBECCA GILMAN SPRAINED HER ANKLE.
The Yellow Wallpaper and Other Stories: The Complete Gothic Collection Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Editor
We asked National Underwriter Property & Casualty's columnist Rick Gilman to weigh in on each, and how it could apply to agents and brokers.