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Gallic

History of or relating to ancient Gaul or the Gauls
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"Why, they'll meet after all!" And with sudden Gallic vivacity he hopped up on the wall beside Flambeau and sat there positively kicking his legs with excitement.
This poem, with its Gallic brilliancy and audacity, long exercised over Chaucer's mind the same dominant influence which it possessed over most secular poets of the age.
This fact, so important to himself and of so little moment to any body else, was the principal reason, that while his more vivacious Gallic neighbours were not slow to open a frank communion with their visiters, he chose to keep aloof, seemingly content with the society of his daughter, who was a girl just emerging from the condition of childhood into that of a woman.
Poirot wished her good morning with Gallic politeness, and went on:
The extract solutions from maceration and Soxhlet extraction as well as a standard solution of gallic acid with a concentration of 2 mg/mL were sampled as many as 10 [mu]L and spotted to silica gel [GF.sub.254] (stationary phase) and with a solvent mixture (mobile phase) of toluene, ethyl acetate, and formic acid (ratio 6:4:0.8).
HPLC-grade methanol and ACS-grade HCl were purchased from Fisher Scientific Chemicals (USA) and Folin-Ciocalteu phenol reagent, sodium carbonate and gallic acid were acquired from Sigma-Aldrich.
The researchers prepared pomegranate juice samples by adding phenolics (gallic acid, catechin and quercetin, individually and in combinations), or sugars (sucrose and trehalose), or a combination of phenolics and sugars.
This study set out to test the hypothesis that the protective effects of biologically relevant concentrations of the anthocyanin, delphinidin, in cultured endothelial cells are mediated by upregulation of endogenous antioxidant defences by the primary metabolite, gallic acid.
These were [beta]-sitosterol, apigenin, umbelliferone, 4-4,5,7-trihydroxyflavone, kaempferol, quercetin, caffeic acid, and gallic acid (40 [micro]L of 50 mg/mL).
Scottish born Thom (1802-90) was editor-in-chief of the Montreal Herald from 1835 to 1838, and among his writings was his Anti- Gallic Letters series, which ran from September 1835 to January 1836, and argued for eliminating the French presence and influence in Quebec.