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 (gä-läts′, -lät′sē) or Ga·latz (gä′läts′)
A city of eastern Romania on the lower Danube River northeast of Bucharest. Founded in the Middle Ages, it is a major inland port.
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(Romanian ɡaˈlatsj)
(Placename) an inland port in SE Romania, on the River Danube. Pop: 251 000 (2005 est)
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(gɑˈlɑts, -ˈlɑ tsi)

also Ga•latz


a port in E Romania, on the Danube River. 307,000.
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References in classic literature ?
"Czarina Catherine reported entering Galatz at one o'clock today."
28 October.--When the telegram came announcing the arrival in Galatz I do not think it was such a shock to any of us as might have been expected.
"When does the next train start for Galatz?" said Van Helsing to us generally.
I knew that if anything were to take us to Castle Dracula we should go by Galatz, or at any rate through Bucharest, so I learned the times very carefully.
Do you, friend Jonathan, go to the agent of the ship and get from him letters to the agent in Galatz, with authority to make a search of the ship just as it was here.
The Professor stood up, "He has so used your mind, and by it he has left us here in Varna, whilst the ship that carried him rushed through enveloping fog up to Galatz, where, doubtless, he had made preparation for escaping from us.
(13.) Yamaguchi K, Ditsios K, Middleton WD, Hildebolt CF, Galatz LM, Teefey SA.
The Swiss ambassador to Romania from Bucharest and the Swiss consul from Galatz were invited to and visited the colony.
Rehabilitation following surgical repair can involve significant periods of time, with some protocols providing guidance to therapists for 4 to 6 months, but this can be extended by complications such as tendon non-healing, which varies from 12% to 94% (Boileau et al., 2005; Galatz, Ball, Teefey, Middleton, & Yamaguchi, 2004; Kim et al., 2012; Thigpen et al., 2016).