Susan Elizabeth Ford, daughter of Gerald, held onto the patronym.
Type in a question in plain English: "What was the weather in Rancho Mirage when Gerald Ford died?"
Sometimes it seems that, like they used to say about Gerald Ford, Heath Shuler played football too long without a helmet.
Maybe Margaret would like to fraternize with Mr. Gerald who seems to have the same ideas.
Below, Gerald L. Shargel on Haiti's weak justice system, the lessons of New Orleans—and what it will take to restore order.
Gerald took advantage of the mishap to get Connie over to the window.
For Gerald Raymount, it made a man of him—which he is not who is of no service to his generation.
"You're going to work half the night, again," remarked the veteran, casting a meaning look at Gerald.
Gerald Yorke might or might not; but Tod had taken care not to tell Gerald.
The Marquis was in evening dress and white bow; Gerald, in a dinner-jacket, wore a tea rose in his button-hole.
masc. proper name, introduced by the Normans, from Old French Giralt, from Old High German Gerwald, "spear-wielder," from Proto-Germanic *girald, from *ger "spear" + base of waltan "to rule" (cf. Old English wealdan). The name often was confused with Gerard.
["Gerald: An Exceptional Lazy Functional Programming Language", A.C. Reeves et al, in Functional Programming, Glasgow 1989, K. Davis et al eds, Springer 1990].