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Rome’s legions and galleys from the first and second centuries BC had been deployed in Africa, Western Europe, Asia, and throughout the Mediterranean.
The galley kitchen fits a fridge, a full-size gas range and oven, as well as a large stainless steel sink.
Suite amenities at the 24-story property include galley kitchens with touch screen stove tops and bathrooms with marble soaking tubs and rainfall showers.
The new cook space features a galley-style setup with all the appliances along one wall and a big dining table in the center.
For crew comfort, the interior of the spacecraft could have up to 40 cabins, a galley, and a shelter for passengers to climb into during a solar storm.
Coffee brews in the little galley in the back, where a clutch of scientists and technicians in blue jumpsuits banter about the baseball playoffs, their voices raised above the resonant drone of Miss Piggy's four Allison T56-A-14 turboprop engines.
In the long galley kitchen, his son keeps an eye on three bubbling saucepans as Tia readies plates for pick-up and delivery.
Ottoman and North Africans captives from the Mediterranean region, usually called Turks and Moors, respectively, were needed to row Caribbean galleys or perform menial duties for their Spanish overlords in towns and on plantations.
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