The Spanish press reports that she is originally from Galicia in northwest Spain.
The written word has no greater champion than Herr Besofsky from Galicia.
He had fully and fearlessly exposed the corruption of the Austrian officials in Galicia, and had thus made many enemies.
In this lies the main significance of the rising in Galicia in 1846.
We had sent his substitute, the poultry-dealer, with a cartload of odds and ends to Galicia, just to have him out of the way.
Galicia is to be the battleground between the two countries.
Frederick took a big slice, and so did Russia, while Austria was given Galicia.
They have yet to cross the range from Hungary back into Galicia.
Pelagius, the son of a king of Galicia, persuaded his father to leave him as hostage with the Caliph.
An immediate offensive was required, because she must hold Galicia at all cost.
region in Central Europe, perhaps ultimately from Lithuanian galas "end, peak," in reference to the Carpathian Mountains which rise there, or from the root of Gaul. The region in northwestern Spain of the same name is perhaps from the Celtic root cala "watercourse," or else it, too, might be from Gaul.