Definition for gallo (2 of 2)
Origin of Gallo-
Examples from the Web for gallo
Gallo, who lives down the street from the hospital, feels vulnerable.
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|Clive Irving|August 31, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This “sangha” is critical to Refuge Recovery and Gallo admits was paramount.
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.
Gallo was the first place in Ceylon taken from the Portuguese by the Dutch, and still is a place of considerable trade.
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|Richard Walter
"Il canta como un Gallo;" was the report in Hayti, just as in Jamaica.The Romance of Natural History, Second Series|Philip Henry Gosse
Hence, it is not surprising that Gallo names but twelve varieties of pears instead of the forty-one of Pliny.The Pears of New York|U. P. Hedrick
His enjoyments are in religious processions, in music and dancing, in his gallo above all.A Visit to the Philippine Islands|John Bowring