- a historic region in SW Scotland.
- one of a Scottish breed of beef cattle having a coat of curly, black hair.
- one of a Scottish breed of small, strong horses.
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Ron McKay, a spokesman for Galloway, said that the controversial parliamentary member sees no issue with his comments.
Keep in mind, while watching the video that Galloway was already a member of Parliament at the time.
“All the papers seem to imply that you get executed in Iran for being gay,” Galloway said.
In 2005, Galloway called Assad a “breath of fresh air” after years of dictatorial regimes in the country.
Yes, the Supreme Court ruled Monday in a 5-4 decision in Town of Greece, New York, v. Galloway.God Save This Honorable Court
Geoffrey R. Stone
May 6, 2014
Mr. Galloway signed to him to close the door, and then spoke.
"A telegram from Southampton, sir," announced Roland to Mr. Galloway.
This was the despatch which you saw Mr. Galloway receive in his office.
I know Galloway does not suspect me or Yorke: but still I wish it had never happened!
Is it of stealing that bank-note of Galloway's that you presume to accuse my brother?
- an area of SW Scotland, on the Solway Firth: consists of the former counties of Kirkcudbright and Wigtown, now part of Dumfries and Galloway; in the west is a large peninsula, the Rhinns of Galloway, with the Mull of Galloway, a promontory, at the south end of it (the southernmost point of Scotland)Related adjectives: Gallovidian, Galwegian
- a breed of hardy beef cattle, usually black, originally bred in Galloway
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Word Origin and History for galloway
district in southwestern Scotland, Medieval Latin Gallovidia, from Welsh Gallwyddel, Irish Gallgaidhil, literally "foreign Gaels." The adjective Galwegian is on analogy of Norwegian.
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