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galea

[′gā·lē·ə]
(anatomy)
The epicranial aponeurosis linking the occipital and frontal muscles.
(biology)
A helmet-shaped structure.
(botany)
A helmet-shaped petal near the axis.
(invertebrate zoology)
The endopodite of the maxilla of certain insects.
A spinning organ on the movable digit of chelicerae of pseudoscorpions.
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Galea reportedly focused on getting the vessel and his passengers back to shore.
Australian media outlets reported Galea had links to far-right organisations Reclaim Australia and True Blue Crew.
The Tonna galea lives in warm tropical seas and is carnivorous, feeding mainly on crustaceans and echinoderms (primarily spiny marine animals).
Next Mellor sent Galea crashing in to make it 12-4 in the home side's favour on the half-hour.
Galea, a student at Berklee, is a jazz bassist from Scarborough, Ontario, Canada, and is earning a reputation as a performer, songwriter, composer, arranger and educator.
Galea was abducted on the outskirts of Tripoli while on his way to work and taken to an undisclosed location where he was kept for 11 days.
Galea, who operates one 7-Eleven store in Santa Cruz, Calif.
HULL FC: McDonnell; Lineham, Arundel, Yeaman, Briscoe; Horne, Seymour; O'Meley, Houghton, Lynch, Galea, Westerman, Whiting.
Galea treated many well known athletes, including Rodriguez, Tiger Woods, and Jose Reyes.
Paul Galea, 64, was convicted in January this year of possessing DVDs containing indecent footage of children.