Galt


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Galt

(ɡɔːlt)
n
(Biography) John. 1779–1839, Scottish novelist, noted for his ironic humour, esp in Annals of the Parish (1821), The Provost (1822), and The Entail (1823)
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We slept at the Galt House; a splendid hotel; and were as handsomely lodged as though we had been in Paris, rather than hundreds of miles beyond the Alleghanies.
It looks like it may take a while for the river to go down," Galt said.
Spiders doubled their lead seconds after half-time when Galt cracked a great 25-yard shot in off the bar.
Galt hauled the Spiders into League One with a belter at Broadwood in their play-off final first-leg win over Clyde from even further out.
The principal objective of Junex's extended production testing of its Galt No.
If Scottish literature of the early nineteenth century owes much to the cultural influence of the capital city of Edinburgh, Galt is a writer for whom Scotland's western urban center is still more important.
However, Mike Galt, talent manager at Live Nation, has revealed that one big-name band in particularly are wary of gigging in the Gulf because of their perceptions of the Arab world.
Today, Cal-Waste is helping communities, including Galt, meet a state requirement that 75 percent of all commercial waste is recycled.
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features a shadowy figure revealing himself as the mysterious John Galt.
It is a glaring gap in the Scottish literary landscape that Galt has had such minimal concerted critical attention.
Dr Galt described her as "positive" when she joined the school.