A week later gill, 32, was taking a break in the Lake District, a picturesque sweep of mountains outside Manchester.
“I feel sorry for what she did to Russ and his daughter,” gill said.
gill, a popular columnist for the local Times-Picayune casts a jaundiced and unafraid eye on the entire enterprise.
"organ of breathing in fishes," early 14c., of unknown origin, perhaps from a Scandinavian source, e.g. Old Norse giolnar which perhaps means "gills;" Old Danish -gæln (in fiske-gæln "fish gill"). Related: Gills.
liquid measure (commonly a half-pint), late 13c., from Old French gille, a wine measure, and directly from Medieval Latin gillo "earthenware jar," of uncertain origin.