Examples from the Web for galloway
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.
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.
In fact, it raises a very big question as to what Galloway's motives are.
The name of Mr. Galloway should also be mentioned as one of the earliest workers in this direction.
"I cannot quite decide in what light I ought to take it, sir," remarked Mr. Galloway.
The following extract from a rare and fascinating work, The Book of Galloway , possesses two points of much interest.
The next step was to introduce conical tubes by which the water could circulate through the main fire flue (Galloway boiler).Farm Engines and How to Run Them|James H. Stephenson
"Mr. Galloway is sure to do all that's necessary," remarked Arthur.
British Dictionary definitions for galloway
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.