Definition of Gallizes
1. gallize [v] - See also: gallize
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Literary usage of Gallizes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Personal Narrative of Adventures in the Peninsula During the War in 1812-1813 by E. W. Buckham (1827)
"The billet was penned by the fair hand of Signora Maria Joze, niece to the Capitao Maior of La Roza, distant three leagues from gallizes. ..."
2. The Royal Military Chronicle: Or, British Officers Monthly Register and (1811)
"From Zaragoza to a large village called gallizes is a distance of two leagues, thence to Venda do Vallo, a miserable inn, two leagues, to the village of ..."
3. A Handbook for Travellers in Portugal: A Complete Guide for Lisbon, Cintra by John Murray (Firm) (1875)
"The heads of his columns were at Vizeu and at Celorico ; he might therefore have marched by the left bank of the Mondego, through Ceia, gallizes, ..."