Gael


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Gael

a person who speaks a Gaelic language, esp a Highland Scot or an Irishman
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Fine Gael expects party colleagues to treat all with the utmost respect, professionalism and dignity at all times.
The Fine Gael leadership contest will begin today with the new leader announced in due course.
I proposed that, in the national interest, we create a full Partnership Government between Fine Gael, Independent TDs and Fianna FAaAaAeA il.
Gael supplies the healthcare, manufacturing and aviation sectors.
Celfyn W Furlong (e-bost) DWI'N cefnogi i'r eithaf syniad o gael Newsnight Cymru (colofn Angharad Tomos).
Each year, Worcester State University graduates a number of amazing Gaels.
Dim ond iddi gael Power of Attorney drosti, gall hi reoli'r cyfan a chael ei ffordd ei hun eto.
With 30 years' experience within the Aviation sector, Icarum bring strong connections and knowledge, partnering with Gael to aid aviation companies in implementing effective SMS solutions.
But there is also a possibility Fine Gael could secure a pact with a collection of like-minded independents focused on solving the banking and fiscal crisis.
The outlook revision reflects CRISIL's belief that GAEL's exposure to downside risks in foreign exchange (forex) transactions and to risk of substantial inventory accumulation (leading to increase in gearing) will diminish significantly over the medium term, as GAEL has decided to not enter into any derivative contract other than forwards in future.
ON ITS release seven years ago, the controversial and Oscar-nominated Mexican film Y Tu Mama Tambien which followed the exploits of two teenage lads and an older woman made pin-ups of actors Gael Garcia Bernal and Diego Luna.
Os ydych chi'n ystyried dysgu rhywbeth newydd, ffoniwch y llinell Cyngor Dysgu a Gyrfa i gael yr wybodaeth ddiweddaraf ar yrfaoedd, cyrsiau, hyfforddiant a'r cyllid a all fod ar gael.