Rarely does one get to read a story originally written in Serbian, much less Rhaeto-Romanic or Galician.
People who give their lives to befriending immigrants shake their heads over the Galician Hebrews.
Two things are inseparable from the Galician—his cigarette and his umbrella.
The idea of raising an imposing church and presenting God with the mortgage does not appeal to the Galician.
Galician women have a passion for consigning burdens to their heads.
They were the founders of a new school, which may be called the Galician.
Some of the Galician peasant women have a strange way of dressing their hair.
From what they said it was evident that they were brother and sisters; and they spoke with a decided Galician accent.
The last are said to be of a high type, whereas the Galician Jews are the lowest.
The Galician woman taxpayer votes in municipal affairs; the women owners of large estates vote for members of the Landtag.