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gallet

(ˈɡælət)
n
(Building) building trades a stone chip, esp (in roofing) small pieces of slate fixed with mortar at the head of a slate which support the slate above
vb (tr)
(Building) to fill with gallets
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Speaking alongside junior Interior minister Laurent Nunez late Monday, police chief Jean-Claude Gallet said 'Two thirds of the roofing has been ravaged.'
"We will rise up again and our cathedral will rise up again," he told the congregation, which included the mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo, and the head of the Paris fire service, General Jean-Claude Gallet.
Firefighter chief Jean-Claude Gallet also told reporters that he was 'not sure we are capable of stopping the spreading' through the rest of the structure.
Summary: Paris [France], Apr 16 (ANI): Precious artwork held within the Notre Dame Cathedral is being evacuated, as firefighters battle to save the iconic 13th Century structure here in Paris, according to Jean-Claude Gallet, the Commander General of the Paris Fire Brigade.
Both the spire and roof of the cathedral collapsed, but the main structure was preserved, Paris fire chief Jean-Claude Gallet told reporters at the scene.
A firefighter was lightly injured while tackling the blaze, Commander Jean-Claude Gallet told BFM TV.
Paris fire brigade chief Jean-Claude Gallet told the APF "we can consider that the main structure of Notre-Dame has been saved and preserved" as well as the two bell towers.
The commander of the service, Jean-Claude Gallet told him: "There are many common features between your gesture, Mamoudou, and the values upheld by the Paris Fire Brigade, [including] courage, audacity and also humility," its commander, Jean-Claude Gallet, told Gassama the day after his meeting with Macron.
I ryw raddau, gallet ti ddadlau fod priodas Kelvin a Lowri wedi dod i ben ymhell cyn yr affer.
Nineteenth century Parisian socialites spritzed the original Roger & Gallet colognes over hair, skin and clothes to signal happiness and frivolity.