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Gallegos

[gah-ye-gaws] /gɑˈyɛ gɔs/
noun
1.
Rómulo
[raw-moo-law] /ˈrɔ muˌlɔ/ (Show IPA),
1884–1969, Venezuelan educator, statesman, and novelist: president of Venezuela 1948.
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  • The average Gallegos fancy seems to turn on thoughts of funerals.

    Northern Spain Edgar T. A. Wigram
  • At no period of my sojourn in Gallegos had I felt so weak as I now did.

    Wanderings in Patagonia

    Julius Beerbohm
  • So they sold their sloop and took passage with us for the Gallegos River.

  • I saw a man at Gallegos who had gone there to work as a carpenter.

  • The sun was setting as we emerged from Gallegos valley into the plain, and before long it was quite dark.

    Wanderings in Patagonia

    Julius Beerbohm
  • The owner, Lieutenant Gallegos, received us very kindly, and asked us into the house to take some refreshment.

    Wanderings in Patagonia

    Julius Beerbohm

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