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rath

(raθ)
n
1. (Human Geography) Irish history a circular enclosure surrounded by an earthen wall: used as a dwelling and stronghold in former times
2. (Fortifications) Irish history a circular enclosure surrounded by an earthen wall: used as a dwelling and stronghold in former times
[C16: from Irish Gaelic]
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And these were, one and all, of that quaint, crooked, sweet, profoundly irresponsible and profoundly lovable race that fight like fiends, argue like children, reason like women, obey like men, and jest like their own goblins of the rath through rebellion, loyalty, want, woe, or war.
Twas brillig, and the slithy toves Did gyre and gimble in the wabe; All mimsy were the borogoves, And the mome raths outgrabe.
Nearly fifty thousand devotees attended the annual Jagannath Rath Yatra held on Thursday in Mumbai.
In this interview, Rath, who leads Gallup's workplace research and leadership consulting practice, and Harter, Gallup's chief scientist for workplace management and wellbeing, tell how companies can improve employee wellbeing and boost company performance.
Once Saskatchewan in effect disposed of, by lease, the underlying crown mineral title, it obviously changes the economics of surface ownership such that these lands, that would have been available to George Gordon at $500 or $600 an acre aren't available at all now," said Rath.
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Rath projects to slow down the sales fall in the second half of the year and to close 2009 in the black.
As a campaign piece, this work may be excused some of its errors of omission, for what Rath is most intent upon he manages with admirable diligence, shows of inventiveness, and occasional verve.
The writer, literary critic, and cultural historian Wolfgang Rath takes us on an educational journey.
Second, TAM 9908039 does not refer to Rath, 101 TC 196 (1993), in which the Tax Court, relying primarily on Regs.
Rath says reducing leg problems in poultry will save money for the industry and eventually for consumers.