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GILL. A measure of capacity, equal to one-fourth of a pint. Vide Measure.

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But, before their deaths, Jill and husband Eddie decided to open a hospice near their home in Land's End, Cornwall, after being inspired by Helen and Douglas House hospice in Oxford.
Bob Grant, the group's chief executive, said: "This promotion reflects Jill's hard work and commitment to the Chamber.
Local man Barry George was arrested for Jill's murder the following year, and sentenced to life imprisonment.
"When Jill died my family and her friends all shared her clothes," says Judith, 59.
Campbell tells a TV documentary marking 20 years since Crimewatch host Jill was shot, aged 37: "We, as an investigation team, brought somebody before the courts and that's what we had to do.
Binge-watch on your favorite movies as you savor the crispy and flavorful Jack 'n Jill Piattos Spicy Seafood.
Jill Blackstone's name appears in the production credits of several popular TV shows, including "Divorce Court" and "Jerry Springer." She was the executive producer on 105 episodes of "Family Court With Judge Penny," (http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0085850/) according to IMDb .
Following the May 11, 2008 seizure, Jill Ireland filed for judicial review in August the same year against the home minister and the government of Malaysia.
In 1986, when Jill was just 21, a gang of balaclava-clad men broke into her father Canon Michael Saward's vicarage in Ealing, west London.
Phyllis Mitchell, Executive Director of the Vermont Board of Nursing, along with the entire Board is excited to welcome Jill Duell as the newest member of the Board.
de dt d stryhad a tatusing Jill, 57, of Rhostryfan, Caernarfon had tattoo inked on her right wrist.