cailleach

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cailleach

(ˈkæljəx)
n
Scot an old woman
[Gaelic]
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S mathaid gu bheil Brexit bronach airson cuid ach chan eil e a' coimhead coltach ris an t-suidheachadh air taobh thall a' Chaolais far a bheil an deasbad sreadagan airson ceann suidhe na Frainge a' leanntain air an deireadh sheachdain.
Lighthouse keeper Conor, voiced by Brendan Gleeson, is distraught after losing wife Bronach and struggles to care for his squabbling kids, Ben and Saoirse.
Kane, Bronach and Fiona Williamson, eds, Women, Agency and the Law, 1300-1700 (The Body, Gender and Culture, 15), London, Pickering & Chatto, 2013; hardback; pp.
Goldberg also discusses memory and remembrance, themes crucial to Bronach Kanes essay, which widens the focus from York to include examples from Canterbury.
Bronach McGuinness, 13, from Dominican College, North Belfast, was runner-up in the PSNI Chief Constable's Bullying: Make It Stop competition.
Tha an sgeulachd a nochd e cho bronach ri cail sam bith a chluinneas sibh mu sgrios a' Chogaidh Mhoir.
Kane, Bronach and Fiona Williamson, eds, Women, Agency and the Law, 1300-1700 (Body, Gender and Culture, 15), London, Pickering & Chatto, 2013; hardback; pp.
His mum Bronach, 36, must now decide whether to send him across the Atlantic to a top US school so he can learn to say his first words.
Bronach says she is being forced to send her youngest child away from home because his plight is being ignored by Irish authorities.
Bronach says she is now taking a case against the Departments of Health and Education because of their failure to help Morgan.
Bronach said she dreads the day when Morgan has to go to America.