gallego

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gallego

[gə′yā·gō]
(meteorology)
A cold, piercing, northerly wind in Spain and Portugal.
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The reason for this type of research resides in the hesitation to establish the Galician language as a criterion of canonization, a phenomenon extending to the end of the nineteenth century.
In my opinion this can be explained by the fact that the voice is used as a clear image by the author, who in an introductory note explained his basic aims: the exaltation of the Galician language in defence of the common worker.
One of the most recent strategies is the creation of a Galician Literary Critics Section, incorporated within the already solidly constituted Association of Writers in the Galician Language.
Servicing around 3 million of news items in a year, besides Spanish language EFE also provides news in Portuguese, English, Arabic, Catalan and Galician languages.
Now the Spanish government has announced that as part of the same negotiations they will seek official recognition for the Catalan, Basque and Galician languages.