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  • This was one of the reasons Billy always called her Gallant, because she was too law-abiding to break any rules.

    The Promised World

  • This was one of the reasons Billy always called her Gallant, because she was too law-abiding to break any rules.

    The Promised World

  • This was one of the reasons Billy always called her Gallant, because she was too law-abiding to break any rules.

    The Promised World

  • In 1773, Vincenzo Corrado, who would subsequently become “Head of Mouth Services” to the court of the Lazzarone King, published a recipe book called The Gallant Cook.

    Delizia!

  • Gallant, which is dated from “Buckingham Street, Feb. 12,” he indirectly speaks of “his family.”

    Fielding

  • Gallant, which is dated from “Buckingham Street, Feb. 12,” he indirectly speaks of “his family.”

    Fielding

  • "Gallant," he said, "if you don't mind, I'm going to pray for the life of this boy."

    Spring Street A Story of Los Angeles

  • "Gallant," said Brennan, after they had walked half a block without speaking.

    Spring Street A Story of Los Angeles

  • Speaking his mind does not dictate where he finishes on Sunday, for "Gallant" knows when and how to rein those emotions in at the right time.

    SI.com

  • Speaking his mind does not dictate where he finishes on Sunday, for "Gallant" knows when and how to rein those emotions in at the right time.

    SI.com

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