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a large medieval vessel with a single deck propelled by sails and oars with guns at stern and prow

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(classical antiquity) a crescent-shaped seagoing vessel propelled by oars

the kitchen area for food preparation on an airliner

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the area for food preparation on a ship

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Yet it neither resembles a standard set of galley proofs run off for author corrections, nor does it resemble a publisher's dummy, the intention of which is to mimic the look of the completed product.
Brunschwig's collages are built around galley proofs of Celan's poetry.
The galley proofs were sent to her many writer friends for blurbs.
The archive includes correspondence, galley proofs, photographs and laboratory notebooks from renowned scientists, such as Sydney Brenner, Francis Crick, Max Delbruck, Rosalind Franklin, Aaron Klug, Linus Pauling, Max Perutz, Maurice Wilkins, and James Watson.
This same publisher does not circulate galley proofs to authors prior to publication, a practice that sets this publishing house apart from virtually all other academic presses.
During the span of a single week at Harper's Magazine a few years ago, I received the galley proofs of three new books entitled, in order of their arrival, The End of Nature, The End of Science, and The End of History.
As the longhand is transformed into typescript and then into galley proofs and the printed page, it seems increasingly to resist improvement.
Looking at The Aritha Van Herk Papers, for example, the researcher will be fascinated with the range of manuscripts for Judith, which can be traced from its originas a short story entitled "Pigs" submitted in 1976 to Rudy Wiebe's English 584 course at the University of Alberta, through the novel's outline and research material, early drafts in holograph and typescript, followed by dated drafts submitted to Wiebe's Creative Writing course (with one draft commented on by Wiebe, and yet another commented on by "unknown students"), and later drafts submitted to the Seal Books contest (with editorial comments by Lily Poritz Miller), leading to the typesetting copy and, finally, the corrected galley proofs.
She has read manuscripts and galley proofs with great care and attention to detail.
Most of these problems could, and should, have been addressed by Cambridge University Press long before galley proofs had been completed.
He renamed it I fatti della fera, which should have been published in 1961, having made it all the way to the galley proofs.