Definition of Gallup
1. Noun. A town in northwestern New Mexico near the Arizona border.
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Literary usage of Gallup
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Smoking & Health in the Americas: A 1992 Report of the Surgeon General, in by DIANE Publishing Company, Louis W. Sullivan (1995)
"Prevalence Reported by the Gallup Organization The only other multicountry ... Unfortunately, the methods of the 1988 Gallup survey and the 1971 PAHO survey ..."
2. A Modern History of New London County, Connecticut by Benjamin Tinkham Marshall (1922)
"John Gallup, son of Captain John (2) Gallup, born about 1646, made his home in Stonington where he wedded Elizabeth Harris. Their children were: John, ..."
3. History of the Western Reserve by Harry Gardner Cutler, Harriet Taylor Upton (1910)
"now stands as one of the most substantial and progressive industries of the city. Mr. Gallup is a native of the Agawam parish, ..."
4. Over the Great Navajo Trail by Carl Eickemeyer (1900)
"A KEW miles west of the church lies Gallup, an enterprising little American ... The principal industry of the people of Gallup is mining the soft coal that ..."