- Robert (Charles),born 1937, U.S. scientist, specializing in cancer and AIDS research.
- a combining form representing Gallic in the formation of compound words: Gallo-Romance.
Origin of Gallo-
< Latin, equivalent to Gall(us) a Gaul + -o-
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Gallo, who lives down the street from the hospital, feels vulnerable.Europe’s Hidden Ebola Cases
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In 2011, largely because of pressure from the Gallo wine empire, it was extended again to more than 169,000 acres.Napa’s Earthquake Is Not The Only Thing Shaking The Vineyards
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This “sangha” is critical to Refuge Recovery and Gallo admits was paramount.The Buddhist Punk Reforming Drug Rehab
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A pained Gallo makes it clear who he thinks the real victims are when he cries “why they want to see us suffer?”
Gallo, class of 2014, posted a track, clocking in at over seven minutes, titled “For The Boys,” on his SoundCloud.
On the 1st of January, 1685, the two vessels sailed for the island of Gallo.Notable Voyagers
W.H.G. Kingston and Henry Frith
At the second stroke, I put down the gallo (the second pair).Friars and Filipinos
On the 7th, they left Gallo, and pursued their course Northward.History of the Buccaneers of America
On the 25th we had a sight of the island of Gallo, and hence we crossed the Bay of Panama.Anson's Voyage Round the World
So bungan gallo was the name of the lower Bogan, and Bogan gallo that of the upper Bogan.
- denoting Gaul or FranceGallo-Roman
from Latin Gallus a Gaul
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- American virologist who was one of the first to identify the virus that causes AIDS and to develop a test for it.
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