galley slave


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galley slave

a criminal or slave condemned to row in a galley
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The result is the story of Lord Cazaril, a Chalion battle commander still suffering the emotional and physical aftereffects of his captivity as a galley slave.
Il titolo dell'edizione inglese, The Journal of Aurelio Scetti, reca il sottotitolo A Florentine Galley Slave at Lepanto (1565-1577) che sottolinea, con evidente intento promozionale, la partecipazione del galeotto alla vittoria della flotta della Lega Santa cristiana su quella dei Turchi a Lepanto nel 1571.
No, my dear friend, like some wicked cross between a palentologist, historian, overworked ER resident, and galley slave you must take what you have just deconstructed and put it back together again.
The Journal of Aurelio Scetti: A Florentine Galley Slave at Lepanto (1565-1577).
And you don't have to be a galley slave on a boating holiday.
They included NASUWT general secretary Chris Keates who said: "If these proposals go through, being a galley slave will be a more attractive option.
My other bet on the Doncaster card will start at much bigger odds, but nonetheless I am equally convinced Galley Slave can register a top-four finish in the 18-runner 32Redbet.
I, 2000); and finally, Aurelio Scetti of The Journal of Aurelio Scetti, a Florentine Galley Slave at Lepanto (Tempe, 2004) whose testimony, with characteristic exhuberance, Luigi published in Italy in the original language as well (Galee toscane e corsari barbareschi [Pisa, 1999]).
In fact, his most recent book, The Journal of Aurelio Scetti: A Florentine Galley Slave at Lepanto (1565-1577), was published this past summer by the Arizona State University Press.
Even though Hasleton endured five years as a galley slave for Muslim masters, his account is focused overwhelmingly on the more menacing encounter with the Spanish Inquisition in Majorca on the eve of the Armada's failed invasion of England.
He alludes to a galley slave chained to his bench who one day in a moment of epiphany decides to grab his oar and row; and in just such a manner does Chevillard decide to speak.
Six hours later, I found it impossible to sleep, having uncovered Christopher Wren, a certainty off a potentially lenient 115 in the 2m handicap chase, and course regular Galley Slave, who couldn't possibly finish out of the first three in the 2m4f handicap hurdle and was likely to be around 8-1.