“Does the name Gabrielle Anderson have any meaning to you?” he asked.
Gabrielle is my hero because she started Code n Splode after OSCON 2007, to provide a place for female developers to connect and work on their their presentation skills.
By contrast, the TV news producer I know (also libertarian) who shall remain nameless, who thought I was some sort of perv imagining things for detecting lesbian overtones in the relationship between Xena and Gabrielle, is just clueless.
Mr. Picower's estate, which left $200 million to his wife and $25 million to his daughter Gabrielle, is in ongoing negotiations to hand over assets Mr. Picower received from Mr. Madoff.
As Bethany's warnings continue to prove accurate beyond fluke and she begins to offer scientifically precise hints of a final, world-altering cataclysm, Gabrielle is confronted with a series of devastating choices in a world in which belief has become as precious - and as murderousas life itself.
This young girl, Gabrielle, is in her second year at the "Fenris Badulf School of Telemarketing Young Overachievers After School Program" funded 100% by the money you send Fenris.
Another interesting thing about Gabrielle is that she has written not only stand-alones, but also with a male protagonist, Jack McCain, and a female one, Gemma Lincoln.