That Abreu rivals you in flavour, and that gaillard has not less invention.
The idol and delight of the nation (so-called by his historian, gaillard).
"You shall have as many as you can stand," answered gaillard.
Her baby had been left in Amiens, with a woman called gaillard.
This Father gaillard was a terrible man; he frightened his pupils by his severity and his intractable piety.
gaillard was a versatile fellow; he had been a poet, an actor, and a journalist.
It was at this time that Chteau gaillard supported the siege which will render its name for ever memorable in history.
They ate and drank for a few minutes in silence, gaillard waiting for him to speak.
"Not general yet, my little gaillard," was the reply, as the two friends embraced warmly.
On the way they were met by gaillard, who had seen the flames and had guessed their meaning.