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Gallipoli
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Gallipoli: Peninsula in western Turkey which protrudes into the Aegean Sea city in Turkey
Gallipoli Campaign
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Gallipoli Campaign: April 1915 attack on the Turkish peninsula of Gallipoli by Allied forces from Britain Australia and New Zealand
Gallipoli oil
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Gallipoli oil: An inferior kind of olive oil, brought from Gallipoli, in Italy.
Gallipoli Peninsula
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Gallipoli Peninsula: Peninsula in western Turkey which protrudes into the Aegean Sea
Gallium
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Gallium: A rare metallic element, found in certain zinc ores. It is white, hard, and malleable, resembling aluminium, and remarcable for its low melting point (86 Note: T
Gallivant
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Gallivant: To play the beau to wait upon the ladies also, to roam about for pleasure without any definite plan. [Slang] Dickens.
Gallivanter
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Gallivanter: Wanderer, one who roams one who looks for entertainment
Gallivat
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Gallivat: A small armed vessel, with sails and oars, used on the Malabar coast. A. Chalmers.
Galliwasp
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Galliwasp: A West Indian lizard (Celestus occiduus), about a foot long, imagined by the natives to be venomous.
Gallize
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Gallize: In wine making, to add water and sugar to (unfermented grape juice) so as to increase the quantity of wine produced. Gal`li*za"tion (#), n.
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