- Ró·mu·lo [raw-moo-law] /ˈrɔ muˌlɔ/, 1884–1969, Venezuelan educator, statesman, and novelist: president of Venezuela 1948.
- Río Gallegos.
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Examples from the Web for gallegos
Carter looked at Gallegos, who was lying facedown next to them.
He kept firing, yelling to Mace to follow Gallegos back to the Humvee.
Gallegos had been killed, Mace gravely wounded, and Martin unaccounted for.
The indestructible Gallegos had been killed, Mace was gravely wounded, and neither of them knew what had happened to Martin.
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.
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.