Gallantry

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Gallantry may refer to:

  • the quality of being Galant, an ideal of upper-class grandiose or high living and refined merriment that arose in the Baroque period
  • Proper behaviour in upper-class social environments, especially during the early modern period, see Courtesy
  • military courage or bravery, especially in a social setting of upper-class officers, see Chivalry
  • Gallantry (opera), a one act opera by composer Douglas Moore

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