• (noun): United States tennis player who was the first Black woman player to win all the major world singles titles (born in 1927).
    Synonyms: Althea Gibson
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Darron Gibson - International Career - Republic of Ireland
... Gibson first represented the Republic of Ireland at under-17 level ... In 2007, Gibson was included in several senior Republic of Ireland squads for Euro 2008 qualifiers, before he eventually made his debut in a 4–0 win against Denmark ... In the 54th minute, Gibson fired a shot from outside the penalty area that the Danish keeper, Jesper Christiansen, could only palm away, allowing Shane Long to follow up and score ...
1957 Australian Championships – Women's Singles - Draw - Earlier Rounds - Section 2
10 1 ... Duldig 3 ... Carter 3 ... Carter 6 ... Harrison 5 ... Coghlan 6 ... Southam 2 ... Gibson 3 ... Duncan 1 ... Southam 7 ... Hellyer 7 ... Hellyer 7 ... Blackburn 4 ... Southam 6 6 ...
James Gibson (swimmer)
... James Gibson MBE (born 6 February 1980) is an English swimmer ... Born in Chelmsford, Essex, and raised in Witham, Gibson's specialism is breaststroke and he competes in the 50 metre, 100 metre and 200 metre events ... three words to describe himself, Gibson has said, "confidence, positive and pecs", referring to his prodigious pectoral muscles ...
Gibson, Louisiana - Education
... Terrebonne Parish School District operates public schools ... Gibson Elementary School is in the community ...
Madagascar Rosewood Logging Controversy
... In November 2009 Gibson Guitar Corporation in Nashville was raided by federal authorities for its alleged use of illegally sourced rosewood ... The case was settled on August 6, 2012, with Gibson admitting to violating the Lacey Act and agreeing to pay a fine of $300,000 in addition to a $50,000 ... Gibson also forfeited the wood seized in the raids, which was valued at roughly the same amount at the settlement ...

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    It seemed a long way from 143rd Street. Shaking hands with the Queen of England was a long way from being forced to sit in the colored section of the bus going into downtown Wilmington, North Carolina. Dancing with the Duke of Devonshire was a long way from not being allowed to bowl in Jefferson City, Missouri, because the white customers complained about it.
    —Althea Gibson (b. 1927)

    He seemed to be of no particular race, or, in certain lights, to belong to some race that nobody else belonged to.
    —William Gibson (b. 1948)

    Here [in London, history] ... seemed the very fabric of things, as if the city were a single growth of stone and brick, uncounted strata of message and meaning, age upon age, generated over the centuries to the dictates of some now all-but-unreadable DNA of commerce and empire.
    —William Gibson (b. 1948)