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Goidel

(ˈɡɔɪdəl)
n
(Peoples) a Celt who speaks a Goidelic language; Gael. Compare Brython
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The Goidels or Gaels were settled in the northern part of the island, which is now Scotland, and were the ancestors of the present Highland Scots.
Back in the mists of time, Lleyn was partly or wholly inhabited by the Goidel Celts, or Gwyddelod in Welsh, from Ireland.
Three new attorneys have joined Borah, Goldstein, Altschuler, Nahins & Goidel, P.
Tom Etergino (CFO), Melissa Goidel (CRO) and Ashley Miles (EVP, Sales) Join the Refinery29 Team
The experimental studies summarized here (Blumberg and Cynamon 1999; Goidel et al.
com; Democratic Party pollster Anna Greenberg; and Scotte Keeter, director of survey research for the Pew Research Center, the eight chapters in this volume edited by Goidel (mass communication and political science, Louisiana State U.
He then moved to the landlord-tenant firm now known as Borah, Goldstein, Altschuler, Nahins and Goidel.
According to Donald Gross and Robert Goidel (2003), voters are no more trusting of the political process and no better informed as a result of disclosure.
8) Other papers in this literature (as pointed out by a referee) include Mixon, Trevino, and Minto (2004), Tucker (2004, 2005), Mixon and Trevino (2005), Goidel and Hamilton (2006), McEvoy (2006), and Tucker and Amato (2006).
In these accounts, presidents go public to serve strategic needs (Canes-Wrone 2006; Cohen 1995; Cohen and Hamman 2003; Druckman and Holmes 2004; Edwards 2003; Edwards, Mitchell, and Welch 1995; Hetherington 1996; Krosnick and Kinder 1990; Lewis 1997; McGraw, Best, and Timpone 1995; Miroff 1995; Ostrom and Simon 1989; Pauley 1998; Ragsdale 1987; Shields and Goidel 1998; Wood, Owens, and Durham 2005; Zarefsky 2004).
Green Seal and other organizations could potentially serve as a shortcut to getting environmental preferability into government procurement," says Eun-ook Goidel of the EPA's Environmental Purchasing Program.
55 (1963); Scott Andrew Goidel, Racism and the Rise of the Louisiana Republican Party: John Minor Wisdom's Biracial Coalition v.