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galant

(ɡəˈlɑːnt)
n
(Classical Music) an 18th-century style of music characterized by homophony and elaborate ornamentation
[C17: from Old French galant, from galer to make merry, from gale enjoyment, pleasure]
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According to Galanter the civil rights office's function of identifying and solving systemic problems is central to it's mission.
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Europe and Asia, has said that Anil Gorthy has been named senior portfolio manager of the Avenue Asia Strategy, and Dan Galanter as senior managing director of Avenue Capital Group.
The 102-page document asks the seven justices to reconsider whether Simpson's lead attorney at the time, Yale Galanter, had advance knowledge of the ill-fated September 2007 confrontation involving Simpson, several other men and two sports memorabilia dealers at a Las Vegas casino hotel.
Attorney Yale Galanter took the stand in a frequently combative hearing over Simpson's claim that he was so badly represented by Galanter that his conviction should be thrown out.
He also said that he had told Galanter about his plan to confront the sports memorabilia collectors and that the lawyer told him it was well within his rights.
Mrs Sheen's attorney Yale Galanter said the couple hugged and kissed after the brief hearing before leaving in separate vehicles.
Saitz (director, Clinical Addiction Research and Education Unit, Boston Medical Center) and Galanter (director, New York University's Fellowship Training Program in Addiction Psychiatry) examine the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of screening and brief intervention (SBI) in alcohol and drug treatment, and look at methodological challenges to studying these practices.
Marc Galanter emphasized the need for more research to optimize treatment outcomes for physicians in recovery.
Former City Councilwoman Ruth Galanter, who in 2002 chaired the council committee that oversees the DWP, also could not remember reviewing the audit.
Worldwide, more than 40 trillion grams (40 teragrams) of nitrogen per year enter the atmosphere as part of nitrogen oxides and other nitrogen-containing gases, says Meredith Galanter, an atmospheric scientist at Princeton University.