Dalriada


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Dalriada

(dælˈrɪədə)
n
(Historical Terms) a former Gaelic kingdom (5th century ad–9th century ad) comprising Argyll, parts of the Inner Hebrides, and parts of modern Antrim
[named after the Dalriada family, its founders]
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She had been out walking at Dalriada Park in Firhouse at 9.
Graham Barker, chairman of the trustees, and Tom Lukic, director with Dalriada Trustees Limited, appointed as professional trustee to the scheme, said: "Whilst the trustee board very much appreciate the impact of the CVA on a number of employees and stores, we are pleased that agreement has been reached for the PPF to vote for the CVA.
Graham Barker, chair of the trustees, and Tom Lukic, director with Dalriada Trustees Limited, appointed as professional trustee to the scheme, said: "Whilst the trustee board very much appreciate the impact of the CVA on a number of employees and stores, we are pleased that agreement has been reached for the PPF to vote for the CVA.
DALRIADA SCAFFOLDING ADMINISTRATOR The scaffolding hire and erection company are looking for an administrator to process their weekly payroll and undertake general office duties.
The Carrickfergus Grammar schoolboy was seen holding his head before collapsing during the game against Dalriada and later died in hospital from brain injuries.
MegHan O'Neill is busting to support the Save the Dalriada campaign in her hometown of Ballycastle, Co Antrim, and has come up with the breast way to do it.
Last night Nicola Madden, vice-principal of Dalriada School in Ballymoney, paid tribute to Ms Finnegan, who studied medicine at Newcastle in order to follow in her doctor father's footsteps.
The other lectures appeared in pamphlet or book form, John Ward's in 1981 published by John Ferguson; Brian Fletcher's as an RAHS pamphlet in 1990; and Ian McLaren's in a very limited edition by Dalriada Press, Melbourne, in 1987.
Argyll was once the Kingdom of Dalriada, with its "capital" at Dunadd, near Kilmartin Glen.
Offa, King of Mercians had claimed to be "Rex totius Anglorum patriae" (King of all England); Egbert, King of Wessex claimed to be "Bretwalda" (Ruler of Britain); Domnall was titled King of Ulster, and Fergus asserted he was King of Scots of Dalriada.