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Recent political scandals in Irish life invest Aodh O Canainn's trilogy with added interest and resonance and poses once again the ongoing question about life and art.
They beat us in 2002, and then from the All-Ireland semi-final last year, so we'll be trying our best to stop them from taking this one," says the Aodh Ruadh clubman.
Aodh, who bought out his feudal obligations by careful saving and commercial calculation, disdains aristocratic generosity and demands payment; Laeg overcomes him by force.
In this first edition the personae Aedh (Aodh), Mongan, Michael Robartes, and Hanrahan appear recurrently in the love poems.
Sarah and hunky actor husband Matthew Broderick like to get away from it all at their cottage in the village of Kilcarr and have often dropped into their local bar Aodh O'Gara's for a glass of Guinness.
He replaces Aodh O'Dochartaigh, who had left the company.
Neither Lulach' s daughter (Mael Snechta's sister) nor her husband is anywhere named, but a reasonable conjecture would be that her husband's name was Aed (Aodh), and indeed a "Beth" comes and a "Head" comite appeared in several early charters of Alexander I and David I;(56) these names probably represent scribal errors or Latinizations of Aed.
(3) Aodh de Blacam, The Black North: An Account of the Six Counties of Unrecovered Ireland (Dublin, 1938), ix, 287.
BEING a local boy only adds to Aodh Dervin's satisfaction at having helped Longford Town to the top of the First Division table.
Aodh and Eoghan Rua O Neill, Swift, Grattan and Tone are represented, not as an apostolic succession, but as representatives of very different constituencies, each of them in a complex relation to their particular mode and period of Irishness.
Among such sources would be Peadar O Dubhda: A Shaol agus a Shaothar (1981) by Aodh O Cearra and Seamas Ceitinn (1981), Loran O Muireadhaigh: Sagart agus Scolaire by Anrai Mac Giolla Chomhaill (1983), Oigbhean Uasal o Phriorahchathair Eireann by Micheal O Dubhshlaine (1992); Tomas Ban by An tSr.