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GALGallon
GALGlobal Address List (Microsoft Exchange)
GALGalatians
GALGalileo (unit of gravity)
GALGet A Life
GALGay and Lesbian
GALgalactose
GALGuardian ad Litem
GALGlobal Administrative Law
GALGroupe d'Action Locale (French: Local Action Group)
GALGallery
GALGlobal Address List
GALGnome Application Libraries
GALGrün Alternative Liste (German: Green Alternative List)
GALGrow and Learn (algorithm)
GALGuarantee against Loss (insurance; various locations)
GALGuild of American Luthiers
GALGlobal Access List
GALGesellschaft für Angewandte Linguistik (German: Association for Applied Linguistics)
GALGeneric Array Logic
GALGrupos Antiterroristas de Liberación (Spain)
GALGate Array Logic
GALGreyhound Adoption League
GALGalena, AK, USA (Airport Code)
GALGallium Arsenide Laser
GALGuaranteed Access Level
GALGradient Adaptive Lattice
GALGuggenheim Aeronautical Laboratory
GALGeorge A. Lincoln (WWII General)
GALGas Analysis Laboratory
GALGalindian (linguistics)
GALGuinea Airways, Ltd.
GALGroupe Antiterroristes de Libération (French: Anti-Terrorist Liberation Group)
GALGathering Arm Loader (mining)
GALGraphics Adapter Language
GALGimbal Angle Loss
GALGlobal Access Library
References in classic literature ?
To judge from the size of the place, this Palace of Green Porcelain had a great deal more in it than a Gallery of Palaeontology; possibly historical galleries; it might be, even a library
Had it not been for her I do not think I should have noticed that the floor of the gallery sloped at all.
The better to follow this narrative, we shall call the gallery leading from the stairs to the eastern window, the "right" gallery and the gallery quitting it at a right angle, the "off-turning" gallery (winding gallery in the plan).
The loud gallery was overwhelmingly with the unfortunate and the oppressed.
The latter then led towards the gardens the major part of the beaux, the ladies and the chatterers, whilst the men walked in the gallery, lighted by three hundred wax-lights, in the sight of all; the admirers of fireworks all ran away towards the garden.
They either inherited or bought a gallery more or less full of old pictures.
This rough expostulation was addressed to no other than our acquaintance Isaac, who, richly and even magnificently dressed in a gaberdine ornamented with lace and lined with fur, was endeavouring to make place in the foremost row beneath the gallery for his daughter, the beautiful Rebecca, who had joined him at Ashby, and who was now hanging on her father's arm, not a little terrified by the popular displeasure which seemed generally excited by her parent's presumption.
It was useless to attempt to purchase my admission to the gallery.
In truth, it is too strong for any place but a public Art Gallery.
The gallery was terminated by folding doors, which Miss Tilney, advancing, had thrown open, and passed through, and seemed on the point of doing the same by the first door to the left, in another long reach of gallery, when the general, coming forwards, called her hastily, and, as Catherine thought, rather angrily back, demanding whether she were going?
In the middle of the hall, backed against the western wall, a large and magnificent gallery draped with cloth of gold, into which enter in procession, through a small, arched door, grave personages, announced successively by the shrill voice of an usher.
In the lowest gallery, I beheld some people fishing with long angling rods, and others looking on.