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Gael

a person who speaks a Gaelic language, esp a Highland Scot or an Irishman
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With offices in Madrid in mainland Spain, the island of Mallorca and in the Argentinian capital Buenos Aires, Icarum are best placed to reach great heights with Gael's solutions, such as Q-Pulse and Gael Risk.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny said at the conference that he was confident Fine Gael could win the presidency for the first time in its history.
What makes my character corny is that he likes music, passion and magic," says Gael, who's dressed down in T-shirt and jeans.
Fine Gael was originally looking for a portable streaming device that was cost effective, easy to set up and portable enough for use in remote locations, and they found such a solution with ViewCast.
Gael points out that people often rush us to put our hurts into perspective before we are ready.
Starring: Gael Garcia Bernal, Natalia Verbeke, James D'Arcy.
However the Irish People has learned that Fine Gael have already made a cautious approach to the former Eurovision Song Contest winner about joining them.
A motion tabled by two of his most senior front bench colleagues was approved by 39 votes to 33 after a seven-hour meeting of the Fine Gael parliamentary party.
GAEL leaders cited Classwork's potential for raising student test scores in math and reading and its correlation to state standards as reasons for selecting the system.
A REBEL Labour TD has slammed his party's proposed voting pact with Fine Gael for next year's General Election.
Scottish software developers, Gael Ltd, has entered an undisclosed deal with a important independent aircraft engineering and maintenance group which will notice its new cloud-based product rolled out across HAECO Group.
The Clinton Gaels Second Chance Scholarship will support a Clinton Gael, starting with a student in the fall 2014 class.