gallego


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gallego

[gə′yā·gō]
(meteorology)
A cold, piercing, northerly wind in Spain and Portugal.
References in classic literature ?
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.
A recent letter from a woman named Carolin Gallego to the New York Magazine in the 90s in which she praises President Donald Trump has resurfaced on the internet; except - people do not seem to believe she actually exists.
Pete Gallego, D-Alpine, has decided not to try again to reclaim his old seat in Congress.
First to raise opposition on Mariano's appointment is Manuel Gallego Jr.
Edison Diaz, acting chief of the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG-Iloilo), told Manila Bulletin that the latest casualty was Mary Ann Gallego, who expired while at the hospital past 2 a.