gala

[n] - a gay festivity
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Gala

Ga'la noun [ French gala show, pomp, from Italian gala finery, gala; of German origin. See Gallant .] Pomp, show, or festivity. Macaulay. Gala day , a day of mirth and festivity; a holiday.
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gala

gala affair noun a gay festivity
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Gala

• (n.) Pomp, show, or festivity.
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Gala

Gala is a Russian girl name. The meaning of the name is `Calm` Where is it used? The name Gala is mainly used In Russian.It is an abbreviated form of Galina, used In Russian.See also In Russian: Galya In Polish: Halina In English: Galen Alternative meanings (Swedish) Singer (Latin) From Gaul The name Gala doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most...
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Gala

[supermarket] Gala is a convenience store chain in Ireland. Established in 1998, Gala now has 200 stores nationwide, all under franchise. In 2008 they celebrated their tenth year in business. Gary Desmond is CEO. Gala sponsor the All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship and Gradam Chumarsáide an Oireachtais. ...
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Gala

[King of the Massylii] Gala (died 207 BCE) was a Berber king of the Massylii, an eastern Numidian tribe in the Ancient Algerian Maghreb of North Africa. Gala reigned during the Second Punic War of ancient Rome. He was the father of King Masinissa, and the brother of Oezalces. ...
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GALA

[Gay and Lesbian Acceptance] GALA (Gay and Lesbian Acceptance) is a non-profit Missouri corporation that is an association of gay, lesbian, trisexuals, bisexual, and transgender persons and their family and friends that are connected with the Community of Christ. Informally organized in 1984 by Antonio A. Feliz and formally organized in 198...
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Gala

Gala is a variety of apple that was crossed in New Zealand and released in 1960. Its parents are Kidd's Orange Red and Golden Delicious. It was taken to the USA in 1972 by Stark Brothers Nurseries & Orchards Co. of Louisiana, Missouri. In recent years, buoyed by the success of Gala imports from New Zealand, American growers have become enthusia...
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Gala

Gala is a variety of apple.
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Gala

This variety originated in New Zealand, a cross between Kidd's Orange Red and Golden Delicious. The Royal Gala strain was named in honor of Queen Elizabeth II, who deemed it her favorite during a visit to New Zealand. It was brought to the United States in the early 1970s, and is now one of the country's most popular apples. This crispy, juicy, ver...
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Gala

[apple] Gala is a clonally propagated apple with a mild and sweet flavor. Gala apples ranked at number 2 in 2006 on the US Apple Association`s list of most popular apples, after Red Delicious and before Golden Delicious, Granny Smith, and Fuji (in order). == Appearance and flavor == Gala apples are small and are usually red with a portion b...
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Gala

[singer] Gala (born Gala Rizzatto, September 6, 1975) is an Italian pop singer-songwriter based in Brooklyn, New York. A dance cult artist known for her minimalist look and haunting voice, Gala has sold over six million records worldwide. Her debut album `Come Into My Life` included the multiplatinum singles `Freed From Desire,` `Let a Boy ...
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Gala

[literary prize] Gala (Georgian: გალა) is a literary competition founded under the aegis of the Tbilisi Sakrebulo (Tbilisi City Assembly, Georgia). The idea of the competition belongs to writer and member of Tbilisi City Assembly Zaal Samadashvili. The competition presents awards in seven categories. Winners receive a copy of a Bron...
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Gala

[priests] The Gala (Akkadian: kalû) were priests of the Sumerian goddess Inanna, significant numbers of the personnel of both temples and palaces, the central institutions of Mesopotamian city states, individuals with neither male nor female gender identities. Originally a specialist in singing lamentations, gala appear in temple records d...
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