Pegula Sports & Entertainment is an American sports and entertainment holding company based in Buffalo, New York. The company was established after multi-billionaire Terrence Pegula and his family combined their sports, property and entertainment assets into one parent company.
Gal Fridman is an Israeli windsurfer and Israel's only Olympic Gold Medalist. Fridman won a Bronze Medal in the Atlanta 1996 Summer Olympics, and his Gold Medal in the Athens 2004 Summer Olympics.
Galfred Francis Congreve was an amateur sportsman who played for Scotland in the second representative match against England in 1870.
Pegalajar is a city located in the province of Jaén, Spain. According to the 2005 census , the city has a population of 3136 inhabitants.
The Pegula Ice Arena is a 6,014-seat multi-purpose arena in University Park, Pennsylvania on the campus of Penn State University. The facility is located on the corner of Curtin Road and University Drive near the Bryce Jordan Center.
MSG Western New York is an American regional sports network that is a joint venture between MSG Networks and Pegula Sports and Entertainment. The channel (also on occasion credited as Pegula Sports Network or MSG Buffalo) is a sub-feed of MSG Network, with programming oriented towards the Western New York region, including coverage of the National Hockey League's Buffalo Sabres and the National Football League's Buffalo Bills.
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Galidor: Defenders of the Outer Dimension, sometimes shortened as Galidor, is a 2002 Canadian/American television series that ran on YTV in Canada and Fox Kids in the United States in 2002 with a total of 26 half-hour episodes. The series was created by Thomas W. Lynch, the creator of The Secret World of Alex Mack and The Journey of Allen Strange.
Gallid alphaherpesvirus 1 is a species of virus in the order Herpesvirales, family Herpesviridae, subfamily Alphaherpesvirinae, and genus Iltovirus. Originally recognised in chickens in the United States in 1926, this virus causes avian infectious laryngotracheitis (abbreviated as AILT, ILT, or LT), a potentially fatal, economically deleterious disease, widely recognised as one of the most contagious diseases in the poultry industry.
Galidiinae is a subfamily of carnivorans that is restricted to Madagascar and includes six species classified into four genera. Together with the three other species of indigenous Malagasy carnivorans, including the fossa, they are currently classified in the family Eupleridae within the suborder Feliformia.
The Galli-Bibiena family, or Galli da Bibiena , was a family of Italian artists of the 17th and 18th centuries, including: father, Giovanni Maria Galli da Bibiena (1625–1665) daughter Maria Oriana Galli Bibiena (1656–1749), Italian painter son Ferdinando Galli Bibiena (1656–1743), Italian architect/designer son Francesco Galli Bibiena (1659-1739), Italian architect grandson, Alessandro Galli Bibiena (1686–1748), architect/painter grandson, Giuseppe Galli Bibiena (1696–1757), Italian designer grandson, Antonio Galli Bibiena (1697–1774), Italian architect grandson, Giovanni Carlo Galli-Bibiena (1717-1760), architect/designer greatgrandson, Carlo Galli Bibiena (1728–1787), designer, son of Giuseppe Galli BibienaThe Galli-Bibiena family derives its name from the surname and birthplace of papa Giovanni Maria Galli (1625 - 21 June 1665), who was born at Bibbiena (Italy) outside Florence. Giovanni was a student of painting and assistant under Francesco Albani, being, evidently, adept at the depiction of water scenes.
Gali District is one of the districts of Abkhazia. Its capital is Gali, the town by the same name.
Galfridus Walpole was a Royal Navy officer, politician and postmaster general of the Kingdom of Great Britain. He lost his right arm after a naval battle against the French in Vado Bay, Italy, in 1711 and commanded ships for another nine years.