Galen was "disinvited," says a confidante of Galen's mother, Victoria.
She wants the court to order that she and Galen be named as equal beneficiaries of that policy.
The gun and ammunition was unsecure and easily accessible, including to Galen [Victoria and Dennis' six year old daughter].
On the family's behalf, I request that [her nanny] be allowed to bring Galen to the funeral and return her thereafter.
Amid the finger-pointing, there is one thing most involved agree on: The victim of this is Galen.
Many hundred years previously Galen had originated a method, which deserves, perhaps, the title of pure eclecticism.
It is supposed that Galen first brought specimens of this fungus from that region.
In the time of Galen, these quack oculists were very numerous, and Galen inveighs against them.
His compendium of Galen was the text-book of medicine in the West for many centuries.
Galen succeeded in winning the man's confidence, who told him his story.
Galen Ga·len (gā'lən), A.D. 130?-200?.
Greek anatomist, physician, and writer whose theories formed the basis of European medicine until the Renaissance.
An ancient Greek physician and pioneer in the study of anatomy.