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Dagda

 

an urban-type settlement in Kraslava Raion, Latvian SSR. Located on the shore of Lake Dagda, 29 km north of the Skaista railway station on the Daugavpils-Vitebsk line. Population. 3.000(1970). Dagda has a distillery, a woodworking factory, and a creamery.

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Shen, C.L, Yeh, J.K., Samathanam, C., Cao, J.J., Stoecker, B.J., Dagda, R.Y., Chyu, M.C., Dunn, D.M., Wang, J.S., 2011c.
Not to mention the awards and prizes obtained this research work, as important as the Prize HG & T Agaxet and the Dagda medal in Category R & D and Training in the XIII Gala Tourism and Gastronomy in Galicia.
The low mean precipitation measured at Griskani (154 mm) and Dagda (156 mm) was extrapolated to a wider region because of the low spatial density of observations (Fig.
The legend of Scathniamh and Caoilte is barely a footnote to the story of her father, Bodb Dearg, who plays a much more prominent role in Tuatha De Danaan legend and politics when a struggle of, literally, godlike proportions breaks out between the Dagda's sons over who will assume kingship on their father's death.
The Dagda was known as Father of the Gods, the Lord of Occult knowledge, and the leader of the Tuatha de Danaan (children or people of Danu).
Notice au sujet du nom de Dagda, insere de maniere subreptice dans la s equence du Pet au Deable concernee ; celle qui est ancree sur les huitains LXVII-LXVIII du Testament Villon, vs.691- 712.De droite a gauche comme de gauche a droite et sur la verticale aussi, les alliterations foisonnent , justement dans la zone de la fatrasie ou j'ai decele le vocabulaire sorcier et alchimique, mettant en vedette des reminiscences et des mots d'origine celtique.
Dagda et al., "Green tea polyphenols benefits body composition and improves bone quality in long-term high-fat diet-induced obese rats," Nutrition Research, vol.
'The Budapest Bullet' just got the better of Italy's top sprinter Dagda Mor by half a length to land his second victory in this race, having blitzed to a ten-length success in 2008.
(Technically, the speaker could be a woman as much as a man; but the use of a first-person female persona is not typical of the young Lewis, no matter what he did near the end of his life in Till We Have Faces.) In the third stanza and the envoy, the speaker announces his contact with the supernatural world: he has "seen the Dagda's throne," has defended a forest with a "magic shield and spear," has had "[i]mmortal shapes of beauty" (presumably spirits of some sort) go by him in towers he has reared, and has friends of another sort "[b]eyond the western ocean."
The Coven of the Dagda's Cauldron is running an eight week series in a private rented room and they will be followed by "a full ritual in a stone circle in the Wicklow mountains".