Galba


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Galba

the host snail for the intermediate stages of Fasciola hepatica in North America.
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1, where Otho is lured to depose Galba so as to treat himself to the decadence of a Neronian-style court).
Galba, head of obstetrics at the hospital in Fortaleza, Ceara, discovered in the 1970's that he could help the two-thirds of all women who lived where there was no medical help by validating the traditional midwives and making it possible for them to transport truly difficult cases sooner by mobilizing the communities to form Maternity Centers and find emergency transportation and by making sure that the midwives would be well-received at his hospital.
They served as guarantees that Flavian rule would not be fleeting as were the reigns of Galba, Otho, and Vitelius.
Officials: Gottfried Dienst of Switzerland (referee), Tofik Bakhramov of the USSR and Karol Galba of Czechoslovakia (linesmen).
Famed patriot Charles Carroll of Carrollton invoked the record of Roman historian Tacitus when he wrote that the conspiracy of his own time had led America and England to "that degree of liberty and servitude which Galba ascribes to the Roman people in the speech to Piso: those same Romans, a few years after that period, deified the horse of Caligula.
Suetonius begins the final book of his De vita Caesarum, in which were covered the lives of Vespasian, Titus and Domitian, with a ringing endorsement of the Flavian dynasty: the principates of Galba, Otho and Vitellius are characterised baldly with the very first word of the Book as rebellio, a negative assessment which is underlined by caedes.
Gus and Galba were accepted for the dog unit after being reared in the same litter bred from Merseyside police dogs.