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Middle English galaunt , borrowed from Middle French galant , from present participle of galer "to squander in pleasures, have a good time, enjoy oneself," going back to Old French, going back to Gallo-Romance *walāre , derivative of Old Low Franconian *wala "well, with good appearance or effect," going back to Germanic *welō — more at 3 well

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There is a well known drawing by the artist César Abin depicting Joyce as a question mark (an image inspired by Paul Léon's remark that when Joyce stood bent over at a street corner, he resembled a question mark). A careful glance at the drawing reveals that, poking out of Joyce's back pocket, is the sheet music for this song.

After almost a five-year break between albums, Two Gallants released their fourth album, The Bloom and the Blight , on September 4, 2012 on ATO Records . Produced by John Congleton , The Bloom and the Blight is notably much heavier, with a more pronounced loud/soft dynamic than their previous work. [26] [32] The album received a score of 71 out of 100 on Metacritic for "generally favorable reviews". [33] AllMusic 's Mark Deming described the band's new sound as "still clearly the work of just two musicians, and the performances reveal elements of the formal elegance of their early work, as if the grand scale of the sound has only reinforced the dynamics of the two-man band" and that the "music is as intimate as ever, and all the more powerful for it". [34]

Dubliners is a collection of fifteen short stories by James Joyce, first published in 1914. They form a naturalistic depiction of Irish middle class life in and ...

mid-14c., "to build, construct," also, in figurative use, "to build up morally or in faith," from Old French edefiier "build, install, teach, instruct (morally)," from Latin aedificare "to build, construct," in Late Latin "improve spiritually, instruct" (see edifice ). Related: Edified ; edifying .

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