gallego


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gallego

[gə′yā·gō]
(meteorology)
A cold, piercing, northerly wind in Spain and Portugal.
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"Thirty years ago Ramon Gallegos, William Shaw, George W.
But we retained our rifles, every man--Ramon Gallegos, William Shaw, George W.
Then--it was the morning of the fourth day--Ramon Gallegos said:
'Madre de Dios,' he said, 'comes now the soul of Ramon Gallegos.'
"I straightened the limbs of Ramon Gallegos and put a handkerchief over his face.
"I laid them beside Ramon Gallegos and covered their faces."
"There were four," he said--"Ramon Gallegos, William Shaw, George W.
Bynoe informs me that during a former voyage he observed the same circumstance on the banks of the Rio Gallegos. I do not at all understand the reason of this, but I may observe, that the wounded guanacos at the St.
Ruben Gallego. The Arizona Democrat served as a Marine infantryman in Iraq in 2005, after the George W.
An earlier police report said Tulba had survived a shooting incident that killed his companion, Joel Gallego, on April 7 in Poblacion , Margosatubig town.
Gallego, the President of MGCI, who was ably assisted by MGCI Vice-President Mae F.
UNIVERSITY of the Philippines (UP) escaped with an 89-88 squeaker over National University (NU), thanks to a late-game miscue by Bulldog John Vincent Gallego in Season 81 University Athletic Association of the Philippines men's basketball action on Sunday at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.