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galliasses THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, ii. 1. 370. “Galliass, or Galleasse. A large galley; a vessel of the same con struction as a galley, but larger and heavier. Galeazza, Italian; galeasse, French. According to the explanation given in Dr. Johnson's Dictionary, the masts of a galleasse were three, which could not be lowered like those in a galley; and the number of seats for rowers was thirtytwo.” Nares's Gloss.

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