brehon


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brehon

(ˈbriːhən)
n
a judge in ancient Ireland
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A victim of the recession, the Powerscourt Hotel had been snapped up in 2012 by private equity group Brehon Capital and US real estate firm MidWest for a rumoured [euro]1million.
Bedworth hit back and when Kyle Cartwright sent Kieron Brehon down the right his cross was met at the far post by Levi Rowley who made no mistake after 31 minutes.
Alex Troke gave them an early lead from the penalty spot after keeper Saul Deeney raced off his line to bring down Kieron Brehon.
Ireland's current chief justice is open to a Brehon law argument in
Brehon Somervell, George Patton, and George Marshall all stated repeatedly that sustainment must be thought of both early and often.
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Under the Brehon laws, land was owned by the clan and not by any one individual (or at least the clan retained a say in the land farmed by individuals), (61) and the same rules applied to govern access to Ireland's fisheries.
Quinlan was recently elected as the twenty-first president of the Brehon Law Society, a role that he will serve for a two-year term.
General Key Staff Yes Direct No Direct Positions and WWI Combat WWI Combat Combat Commands Experience Experience; 1943 * AEF/Corps Staff Planner; ** Rear Training/ School Duty France; *** Siberian Expedition George Marshall War Dept Yes Thomas Hand)/ War Dept Yes Lesley McNair War Dept No * Albert Wedemeyer War Dept/CBO No Brehon Somervell War Dept Yes Lucius Clay War Dept No Frank Andrews ETO No Jacob Devers ETO No Dwight D.
The Brehon Law Society, an Irish American lawyers group that previously boycotted in support of gay rights, is the parade's only other new addition.
Legend has it that one great brehon, Morann, son of Garbery Kinncat (king of Ireland in the first century), wore a collar around his neck that tightened whenever he delivered a false judgment and expanded again when he delivered the true one.