Gallegan


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Gal`le´gan

    (găl`lē´gan)
n.1.A native or inhabitant of Galicia, in Spain; a Galician.
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The author provides interesting background and context in his examination of philanthropic and progressive Gallegan emigrants who funded schools, homes, parks, and other institutions that Catholics and Falangists seized to use them to indoctrinate young people or converted them into prisons.
Although the list does include books originally written in the lesser-translated languages of Chinese, Turkish, and Gallegan (Galician), the majority are from the French (5), Spanish (3), and German (2), with additional titles from the Italianand two from thePortugeuse.
Allyson Poska, Regulating the People: The Catholic Reformation in Seventeenth-Century Spain (Leiden, 1998), chapter 5 finds that Gallegan women in rural areas quite commonly had children out of wedlock.
The same blue eyes could be found behind Russian eyelids or behind other Irish ones; the same blonde hair could cover a German cranium or another, Gallegan one.
Mr Denley wrote many poems and short stories and was an expert in the rare Gallegan language, which is a mix of Spanish and Portug-uese found in the north west of Spain.
General Yague, one of the most capable Falangist officers, felt that the strong Gallegan presence in the 105th made it useless.
Brandt Ambrosia, Riley Bishop, Peter Boyd, Victoria Crowe, Hannah Doherty, Michael Foss, Taylor Gallegan, Darien Gaudet, Jesse Gaulin, Lucy Harmon, Lance Harms, Abigail Howard, Emily Ijams, Monika Kicilinska, Zoe Kiritsis, Benjamin Martin, Brian Mayville, Ciara McKissick, Christopher Merrill, Katarzyna Mosio, Jena Nesta, Kendra O'Malley, Abigail Packard, Victoria Pelletier, Rachael Pollier, Elizabeth Potter, Kacper Puczydlowski, Ashley Quadarella, Emily Quinn, Gabrielle Ray, Erin Rohr, Caitlin Smith, Justyna Sudyka, Shawn Tarasiak, Andrew Umana, Fay Wang, Benjamin White
Poska, "When Bigamy is the Charge: Gallegan Women and the Holy Office," in Mary Giles, ed.
First Honors: Brandt Ambrosia, Tyler Andre', Mark Barton, Riley Bishop, Peter Boyd, Victoria Crowe, Gabriel daSilva, Michael Foss, Taylor Gallegan, Darien Gaudet, Jesse Gaulin, Seamus Giguere, Lucy Harmon, Lance Harms, Abigail Howard, Emily Ijams, Victoria Kelleher, Monika Kicilinska, Talia Manzi, Benjamin Martin, Brian Mayville, Katarzyna Mosio, Jena Nesta, Kendra O'Malley, Abigail Packard, Victoria Pelletier, Rachael Pollier, Elizabeth Potter, Kacper Puczydlowski, Ashley Quadarella, Emily Quinn, Gabrielle Ray, Erin Rohr, Nicholas Seagrave, Caitlin Smith, Justyna Sudyka, Shawn Tarasiak, Andrew Umana, Fay Wang, Benjamin White, Nicole Zmetra
First Honors: Riley Bishop, Peter Boyd, Victoria Crowe, Roisin Donnelly, Taylor Gallegan, Darien Gaudet, Seamus Giguere, Lance Harms, Abigail Howard, Zoe Kiritsis, Benjamin Martin, Brian Mayville, Christopher Merrill, Jena Nesta, Kendra O'Malley, Victoria Pelletier, Rachael Pollier, Elizabeth Potter, Kacper Puczydlowski, Ashley Quadarella, Gabrielle Ray, Erin Rohr, Juleanna Schultz, Caitlin Smith, Justyna Sudyka, Shawn Tarasiak, Andrew Umana, Fay Wang, Benjamin White
First Honors: Tyler Andre', Riley Bishop, Peter Boyd, Hannah Brumby, Victoria Crowe, Gabriel daSilva, Roisin Donnelly, Chase Flibbert, Michael Foss, Taylor Gallegan, Darien Gaudet, Evan Gaylord, Seamus Giguere, Lucy Harmon, Lance Harms, Abigail Howard, Emily Ijams, Zoe Kiritsis, Cameron MacDonald, Ryan Mahan, Talia Manzi, Benjamin Martin, Brian Mayville, Christopher Merrill, Katarzyna Mosio, Jena Nesta, Gage Nutter, Kendra O'Malley, Abigail Packard, Daniel Pavone, Victoria Pelletier, Rachael Pollier, Elizabeth Potter, Kacper Puczydlowski, Ashley Quadarella, Gabrielle Ray, Erin Rohr, Allison Ryel, Caitlin Smith, Justyna Sudyka, Shawn Tarasiak, Andrew Umana, Fay Wang, Benjamin White