Gallie

Gal·lie

(gal'ē),
William E., Canadian surgeon, 1882-1959. See: Gallie transplant.
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Gallie by suggesting that his assessment of Chapter 1 of On War is incomplete.
will hold its 30th Annual Seminar and Membership Meeting at the Eau Gallie Yacht Club in Indian Harbor Beach June 16-17.
There will be a free meal in the Tate's cafe and then the visitor given a special guided tour of the galleries by information assistant Bob Gallie.
Staff events, including a dress down day, helped finance the event and staff are providing entertainment on the day alongside bagpipe player David Gallie and choirs from East Herrington School, Dudmire Infants and Sunderland High School.
Daniel Gallie and colleagues found that the leaves of reduced-ethylene plants remained green longer than normal plants, and that reducing a plant's ethylene production postponed withering and maintained leaf function.
Now Tory MSP Phil Gallie has branded VisitScotland's reaction as 'ludicrous' and plans to raise it in parliament.
The ultimate advantage, says NZMP Whareroa automation engineering team leader, Dave Gallie, is that all the relevant data--including product final weights, runtimes and throughputs for any factory--are now instantly available on the site's intranet.
Beggs, 38, of Kilmarnock, should have faced a retrial after Court of Appeal judges quashed his conviction for the murder of Barry Oldham in 1987, MP Phil Gallie said.
If Gallie has a defense for this apgranted, as well as familiarity with the secondary literature.
Phil Gallie said he would be happy to see the Princess living in and representing Scotland and believed she would do a good job for Scottish people.
When she sat down and Gallie regained his feet, lo and behold Susan Deacon's name popped up.
Eau Gallie, at Eau Gallie Boulevard, Eau Gallie Causeway, Patrick Drive and North Riverside Drive