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  1. Ró·mu·lo [raw, -moo-law], 1884–1969, Venezuelan educator, statesman, and novelist: president of Venezuela 1948.

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In that context, West’s umpiring crew noticed a dark spot on Gallegos’s hat when he ran in from the bullpen Wednesday afternoon.

A Cardinals trainer brought Gallegos a new hat, and his manager, Mike Shildt, hurried out to argue.

West later told a pool reporter that he was simply trying to allow Gallegos to continue pitching, not make a statement of any kind.

Eno Sarris, data guru of the Athletic, reported that the spin rate on Gallegos’s fastball fell about 30 rotations per minute from its norm in the inning he pitched with the new hat.

West approached Gallegos when the reliever reached the pitcher’s mound and asked him to remove the hat, suggesting he replace it with a fresh one.

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.

Speaking with Newsweek on Friday, Senator Mario Gallegos recalled a James Bond-like scenario.

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

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

This expedition was under the command of Balthazar de Gallegos.

Gallegos found all his attempts to open any communications with him unavailing.

In the clay formation there are two rivers: the Gallegos, in lat.