"If there's a gal in the crowd, Fred will find her," Dean commented as Fred joined them.
Sounds right if he got that gal in trouble and dragged her off to God-knows-where.
"That's my gal," Dean said.
Sure. He was like those guys in the musicals—loveable rogues who roll into town and catch the eye of the local star-struck gal and sweep them off their feet.
The gal has balls; no doubt about that.
I think the gal in my dream was wearing the same white dress he sold you.
I never told the ladies for sure the gal lived here.
He nodded in agreement and she continued, Being a flannel gal is nice, too.
"I always like a wears-it-on-her-sleeve type gal a whole lot better than the sneaky-Pete kind," Fred answered.
It means, 'look for the gal.'
He could have checked in early and had the gal meet him.
Just before they turned in, Fred looked Dean in the eye and said, I know I'm looking ahead just a tad, but if you marry that gal, we'll have to get a bigger house.
She comes across like a tough gal but she's really very sweet.
What does a guy give a gal who thinks she already has everything?
The name of Sin's chief sanctuary at Ur was E-gish-shir-gal, "house of the great light"; that at Harran was known as E-khul-khul, "house of joys."
One of the greatest builders among them was Untas -GAL (the pronunciation of the second element in the name is uncertain).
Avoirdupois); of length, pes (foot: = about 11R in.); of surface, jugerum (= about a acre); of measure, liquid amphora (about 5 5 gal.),, dry modius (about 1 9 - 0 - peck).
562 Nergal - sarra - uzur (Ner gal-sharezer).
In Sweden, where wood pulp is made in enormous quantities, the manufacture of alcohol from the waste sulphite lyes is carried on, and it was estimated that in 1920 the probable capacity was in the neighbourhood of 8,000,000 gal.; the actual production, however, amounted to about 2,750,000 gal.
There are several distilleries in the United States devoted to the production of industrial alcohol, with an estimated capacity of about 90,000,000 gal.; in 1919 about ioo,000,000 gal.
140), had a collection of ten out of thirteen, in the order, Gal., r and 2 Cor., Rom., r and 2 Thess., Laodic. (= Eph.), Col., Phil., Philem.
Gal, mad or furious, sometimes applied to wind, in the sense of boisterous) a wind of considerable power, considerably stronger than a breeze, but not severe enough to be called a storm.
After the issue, 1839, of the hatt-i-sherif of Gal-khaneh, the tradesmen and artisans of the capital freed themselves from clerical control.
Dutch gal, and Ger.
Gloe's Die jiingste Kritik des Galaterbriefes (Leipzig, 1890) and Baljon's reply to Steck and Loman (Exeg.- kritische verhandeling over den Brief van P. aan de Gal., 1889).
Gal.; Appian, Bell.
With the fall of Assyria the rule of Assur also comes to an end, whereas it is significant that the cult of the gods of Babylonia - more particularly of Marduksurvives for several centuries the loss of political independence through Cyrus' capture of Babylonia in 539 B.C. The name of Assur's temple at Assur, represented by the mounds of Kaleh Sherghat, was known as E-khar-sag-gal-kur-kurra, i.e.
All I do is pull the battery and store the old gal together with half my gear and the next summer she's as raring and ready as I am.
A gal in perfume sneaking her Marlboro remembered seeing it.