Examples from the Web for gaul
Like Caesar's Gaul, all progressive American Zionists and their organizations are divided into three parts.
“Rubicon” refers to the river in northeastern Italy that divided the Roman Republic from Gaul.
“Everything is very mathematical in derivatives, and it is pure math, even though we say it is applied mathematics,” says Gaul.
They actually put together financial products based on the models developed by the quants, and Gaul was one of them.
The traders manage the risk,” says Gaul, “and they tend to have similar backgrounds to the quants.
When the Huns invaded Gaul, this skilled and valiant commander flew to its relief.Historical Tales, Vol. 6 (of 15)|Charles Morris
All our historians agree that one Clodowick, a Sicambrian, subjugated Gaul with a handful of barbarians.A Philosophical Dictionary, Volume 2 (of 10)|Franois-Marie Arouet (AKA Voltaire)
The Unique Society, above half a year ago, were wrecked on a desert island as they were returning from Gaul.Charlotte Bronte and Her Circle|Clement K. Shorter
During this same century the monastic life made its appearance in Gaul.English Monastic Life|Abbot Gasquet
But you do not love Gaul, seeing that you exhaust her resources in men and money in order to carry on your wars.The Carlovingian Coins|Eugne Sue
British Dictionary definitions for gaul
Word Origin and History for gaul
1560s, from French Gaule, from Latin Gallia, from Gallus "a Gaul." Also used somewhat facetiously for "a Frenchman." Gauloise, popular brand of French cigarettes, dates to 1910.