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8 thoughts on “ Gladys

  1. a person who acts as though he or she knows everything and who dismisses the opinions, comments, or suggestions of others. a person who spends possessions or money extravagantly or wastefully; .
  2. Gladys Jones is a recurring character on The CW 's Riverdale. She is portrayed by Gina Gershon. She is the mother of Jughead and Jellybean Jones, as well as the estranged wife of FP Jones. She is also a highly respected member of the Toledo Serpents.
  3. Gladys Reyes reminisced on her “Minsan Lamang Magmamahal” days with the Diamond Star, Maricel Soriano, who may have served as inspiration for the fierceness of Reyes’ portrayal of her roles.
  4. Gladys is a recurring character on Bunk'd. She is the proprietor of Camp Kikiwaka and is even scarier than the legendary creature that’s rumored to haunt the grounds. She left town for good after taking all the insurance money with her that was used to rebuild the cabins. She is portrayed by Mary Scheer. She is mean, bitter, careless, and scary, even scarier than the legendary creature that Eye Color: Blue.
  5. Gladys ▼ as a girls' name is pronounced GLAD-iss. It is of Welsh and Latin origin, and the meaning of Gladys is "lame". Variant of Claudia, used by the poet Martial (13th century) in reference to a noble and beautiful fifth-century princess. The name may also derive from Gwladus, a Welsh name possibly from gwledig meaning "ruler of a country".
  6. Gladys is a piece of artwork created by Phoebe Buffay. It is a three-dimensional picture of a woman (often semi-bald and with black hair) popping out of the frame.
  7. Actress Gladys Portugues was born on September 30, in Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA. She is an actress, known for The Morning After (), It's Alive III: Island of the Alive () and The Wil Shriner Show (). She has been married to Jean-Claude Van Damme since June 25, Occupation: Actress.
  8. Sep 20,  · According to Berniece Miracle in My Sister Marilyn, Gladys had been allowed to leave the Agnews asylum in San Francisco, on condition that she find somewhere else to live. So she moved in with an aunt, Dora Graham, who lived in Portland, and got a job in a nursing home.

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