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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.
Galea and Bayer frame their points in more measured language than that.
Last year, La Farine created a Christmas market in the foyer of the hotel, and Galea says that guests have an exciting surprise to look forward to at the end of 2015.
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.
12, with a performance by the Marika Galea Quintet from Berklee College of Music in Boston.
Martin Galea, 42, was flown back to Malta on Monday on a flight that left from Mitiga airport, near Tripoli.
Then he produced superb short balls for forwards Hep Cahill and Danny Galea to power over from close range.
Brown was again the provider for Ben Galea's try to open up an 18-8 interval lead.
“We could not be more excited to have the opportunity to build out a new space that will meet the growing needs of our employees and our client base, in addition to making long term fiscal sense for the Enterprise,” said Jeff Galea CEO.