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“For sodainly a Galliot came upon them, wherein was one Pagamino a famous Pyrate, who espying the two Pinnaces, made presently to them, and seized on that wherein the women were.”
“Woman, he coveted after no other purchase; but mounting her into his Galliot, in the sight of Signior Ricciardo, who by this time was fearefully landed, he carried her away with him.”
“Bazaras and Patuas: they rowe as well as a Galliot, or as well as euer I haue seene any.”
“First Consul was composed only of M. Pfister, steward; Venard, chief cook; Galliot, and Dauger, head servants; Colin, butler.”
“Captain Galliot, who is a specialist, has called him “the thinker-fighter,” thereby emphasizing that his excellence as a gunner arose from meditation and preparation.”
“Captain Galliot, a specialist in gunsmithery, who overheard this remark, also heard him say to the Minister of Aviation,”
“Captain Galliot, a specialist in gunsmithery, who overheard this remark, also heard him say to the M.nister of Aviation, M. Daniel Vincent, who was inspecting the camp at Buc: "It is not by clever flying that you get rid of a Boche, but by hard and sharp shooting.”
“Captain Galliot, who is a specialist, has called him "the thinker-fighter," thereby emphasizing that his excellence as a gunner arose from meditation and preparation.”
“Galliot, Histoire gÈnÈrale ... de la ville et province de Namur”
“Portrait of Mme. Hélyot with a Crucifix", after Galliot; "Portrait of Philippe de Champaigne", which the artist thought his best work, after Champaigne; "Combat of the Four Horsemen", after da Vinci.”
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